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  1. On 10/10/2019 at 08:05, Clare Gainey said:

    Guardian Online  
    10.10.19

    https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2019/oct/10/10-best-small-ski-resorts-europe-readers-travel-tips
    DED28A age fotostock/Gonzalo Azumendi Ski resort of Port Aine. Catalan Pyrenees.
    EHA4D9  Julian Eales The aurora borealis or Northern Lights in the night sky over a frozen lake at Levi
    BXX8YP  Hercules Milas  Snow in Pelion mountain, one of the most popular winter travel destinations in Greece.

     

    Thanks Clare


  2. On 10/08/2019 at 17:33, Abiyoyo said:

    Thanks for finding that and taking the time to post

     

    Architectural Digest

     

    09.08.2019

     

    https://www.revistaad.es/lugares/articulos/10-maravillas-arquitectura-donde-disfrutar-lluvia-estrellas/23512

     

    J1JR5T Antonio Jose Jimenez Cabeza Camarinal Lighthouse at Sunset in Cadiz, South of Spain

    EG5718 Julian Eales  The stunning modern architecture at the Bodegas Marques de Riscal, Rioja, Spain, build by architect Frank Gehry.

    MBP81N Andrey Khrobostov Magdalena Palace or Palacio de la Magdalena is a palace located on the Magdalena Peninsula in Santander city, Spain.

    R9E7K8 Pavel Szabo Stoned building at El Mirador del Rio in Lanzarote created by Cesar Manrique, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain.

    DDJ6N9 Anthony Coleman-VIEW  Can Lis, Mallorca, Spain. Architect: Utzon, Jorn, 1971. House and courtyard facing sea.

    DFGXER Xavier Fores - Joana Roncero Canfranc International Train Station in the Pyrenees, Canfranc, Huesca, Spain

    PRXYP2 Andrey Khrobostov El Capricho is a building, designed by Antoni Gaudi, located in in Comillas in Cantabria region of Spain

    W3FWKB ALFREDO RUIZ HUERGA Aranzazu monastery build by Chiilida and oteiza in gipuzkoa

    Thanks


  3. On 23/02/2019 at 21:37, VbFolly said:

    British Wildlife magazine February 2019, Volume 30, no. 3. ISSN:0958-0956

    Front cover, Basking shark (Cetorhinus maximus), Baltimore, Cork, Ireland, Cultura Creative (RF)/George Karbus Photography, Image ID: PD30R7

    P160,Badger Skull with jaws open showing teeth, Papilio/William Middleton, Image ID: ABH5F5

    P161,Basking shark, Charles Hood, Image ID: DT5WC0

    P171,Artificially created farm pond with flowering vegetation wildlife habitat Cambridgeshire, Nigel Cattlin, Image ID: AR6FRP

    P179, Oxlip, Julian Eales, Image ID: FYDPT2

    P184,  Evening primroses (Oenothera Biennis) and marram grass at Dawlish Warren National Nature Reserve, Devon, UK, Ed Pavelin, Image ID: B1CFTD

    P188,  Moonwort (Botrychium lunaria) fronds and spore-bearing spikes Keen of Hamar NNR Unst Shetland Scotland UK Europe June, Krystyna Szulecka, Image ID: C4YMDN

    P190,Scotland, lighthouse in the Sound of Mull, Photononstop/Brigitte Merle, Image ID: P1YTGF

    P198, White-tailed Sea Eagle on the Isle of Mull Scotland, Philip Mugridge, Image ID: C4E7AG

    P220, Fen Orchid - Liparis loeselii Kenfig Dunes, Martin Fowler, Image ID: F1M8HT

    Thanks for posting  Julian

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  4. On 08/02/2019 at 16:39, SShep said:

    March 2019, NFU Countryside, p26, woman looking at food in fridge, B63X54, Chris Rout [Alamy credit only]
    March 2019, NFU Countryside, p30, man with foraged nettles, D6WTWN, Tim Gainey [Alamy credit only]
    March 2019, NFU Countryside, p30, woman holding wild garlic, GD743X, Matthew Taylor [Circular crop. Alamy credit only]
    March 2019, NFU Countryside, p36, Tintagel castle and hotel, JCBP27, Chris Harris [Alamy credit only]
    March 2019, NFU Countryside, p59, repairing lawn edge, AECRDK, John Glover [Alamy credit only]
    March 2019, NFU Countryside, p61, crow flying with egg in beak, ARKK47, Juniors Bildarchiv GmbH [Alamy credit only]
    March 2019, NFU Countryside, p63, Bakewell cattle auction, DERKA6, Julian Eales [Alamy credit only]


    ISSN:  1462-0839

    Thanks for that Shep.... much appreciated

     


  5. Just came across a few Alamy pics on this site, including one of mine from yesterday's live news. No watermarks. Worryingly has lots of "share" buttons that invite one to post images on Facebook, pintrest etc.  Looks like a licence to steal our images to me.  Anyone seen this before or had any experience? I have e mailed member services to see what they know about it.

     

     

    http://www.friynds.com/m/news/view/-n-UK-Weather-to-see-Britain-bask-in-warmest-weekend-of-Spring-as-temperatures-head-for-18C-n


  6. I have used it but had problems last time I tried (Nov).  Images processed and exported via Photogene wouldn't upload through stockimo news - the "is this a live news button" just wouldn't show.  Not tried it for a couple of months now. I have previously used it with an iPad with photos from my DSLR which used to work, but last time I tried the FTP transfer wouldn't work (this was some time ago when they brought in the new news logins (6 months or so ago?).  Again, lost patience and haven't tried it again.

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  7. Well I just seen my account balance and what I thought was a low price for my first sale of 2016 just got worse!  Initial selling price $4.45, but now I see the Alamy and Distributor cuts leaves me with $1.34, or 94 pence.  That is my all time record low sales value on Alamy....  my second sale was a bit better.....so lets hope theres only one way.....up!  


  8. Hi, I am skiing in Banff, Canada in a few weeks.  Can anyone give any advice or point me to any publishing/selling restrictions or issues please? Can I take street scenes with people and buildings in them and sell them like I do in the UK?  I have found some National Park photo guidelines which outline the need to apply for a permit for commercial shooting, but I won't be setting anything up, just skiing and mooching around with a camera - not settling up lots of equipment.

    Any advice gratefully received,  Thanks.. Julian

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