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  1. Just for the record, CS sorted me out! The sale was reported on the forum on 2 Jun 2018. In fact the sale had been reported in May 2016, so I was paid in the year the book was published. Peter
  2. I reported this to CS, who replied as follows: I’ve taken a look and can see that there is a valid license in place for the usage you have seen. The license was reported and was displayed in your Alamy account on the 25th May 2016. Checking my sales, it had not appeared, as I had nothing between the 8th and 29th May. I have asked them to check again. In case anyone is in the same situation, here is the original list posted by SShep: Following are all from Hidden Histories by Mary-Ann Ochota. ISBN: 978-0-7112-3693-6. p28, Nine Barrow Down, Dorset, ERPR3K, ian west [cropped] p28, round barrows at Winterbourne Abbas, Dorset, BRAKW0, robertharding p32, Danebury hill fort, Wiltshire, BRAKT4, robertharding p32, Cadbury Castle, Somerset, EETJTP, Commission Air p36, Ladle Hill, Hampshire, AW8FWE, Simon Tranter Photography p40, Windmill Hill, Wiltshire, B7M59N, Angelo Hornak p53, terracettes on hillside, Salisbury Plain, AGP76W, jeremy haslam p57, Grimes Graves, Norfolk, A89XED, Skyscan Photolibrary p62, 'Stonehenge quarry' in Preseli hills, Pembrokeshire, B514YT, keith morris p69, The Devil's Arrows at Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire, CNBTTH, David Brabiner [cropped] p72, Rudston Monolith, East Riding of Yorkshire, C3Y5CX, Steve Speller p76, woodhenge reconstruction, Wiltshire, AT5G93, Ian Leonard p77, Avebury, Wiltshire, BWGKJ4, David Hall p78, Midmar Kirk Stone Circle, Aberdeenshire, B46B9W, Jim Laws p81, Long Meg, and part of the Druids Circle, Cumbria, AE4WWH, James Emmerson/robertharding p94, The Swastika Stone on Ilkley Moor, West Yorkshire, B2RX8G, Rebecca Stunell p97, weeping cross at Ripley, Derbyshire, DDXP8T, John Turner/E&E Image Library/Heritage Image Partnership Ltd p99, Buttercross in Oakham, Rutland, CP74KA, eye35.pix p100, cross in Eyam churchyard, Derbyshire, KK9CA9, David Lyons p101, Bennett's Cross on Dartmoor, Devon, DYDBKA, Bill Allsopp/LOOP IMAGES p104, Brandsbutt Pictish stone, Aberdeenshire, ACCHM3, julie woodhouse p110, stone axehead from Bebington, Wirral, FAYP6J, Sabena Jane Blackbird p136, M6 motorway, A75RMJ, Rosemary Roberts p143, Offa's Dyke, Shropshire, A5EBYE orA5ECG2, Robert Estall photo agency [can't tell which from crop] p171, Kendal Changeline Bridge No.186 on Lancaster to Kendal Canal, Cumbria, C4NC5J, Stan Pritchard p173, Norfolk Broads, A9X0A5, Kevin Allen p174, Uffington White Horse, Wiltshire, AKFRBY, DAVID NEWHAM p185, Magna Carta yew at Runnymede, EN2A79, John Glover p194, reconstructed Anglo-Saxon village at West Stow, Suffolk, F5MPE7, Joana Kruse p198, South Zeal, Devon, F135KH, andrew payne p203, White Hart pub sign, CPEWC3, Colin Underhill p216, thatched cob wall in Ashwell, Hertfordshire, B0MHXC, PCJones p217, Old Sun Inn in Saffron Walden, Essex, B22WE3, Neil Setchfield p218, Roman bricks used n the wall of St Peters Church Westhampnett, West Sussex, CP9N21, Lesley Pardoe p220, Drapers' Almshouses near Margate, Kent, EBJPBT, UrbanImages p221, Crinkle crankle wall in Easton, Suffolk, ERD8NA, Clynt Garnham Suffolk p227, Wingham High Street, Kent, D86012, Bax Walker p230, Old Punch Bowl pub in Crawley, West Sussex, BA4EH0, Greg Balfour Evans p232, Great Barn at Harmondsworth, Middlesex, EYWPEB, Nick Servian/robertharding p233, East Anglian farm buildings at Waxham, Norfolk, AK788Y, Peter Jordan p234, Dutch barn in Herefordshire, E8HJRD, Alex Ramsay p235, bank barn in Great Langdale, Cumbria, BA8DEW, Simon Stirrup p235, 18th century threshing barn and stabling, DR6DT1, Gary K Smith p235, linhay barn at Buckland Abbey, credited to Peter Turner/Alamy but I can't find it p235, Longhorn cattle in Norfolk, credited to Ernie Welsh/Alamy but I can't find it p245, Wharram Percy deserted medieval village, North Yorkshire, BN36Y7, steven gillis hd9 imaging p248, Gainsthorpe deserted medieval village, Lincolnshire, EB2P92, Dave Macleod/English Heritage/Arcaid Images p248, Hound Tor deserted medieval village, Devon, CT082W, Tom Wilkinson p254, St. Andrews Church in Greensted, Essex, D254G5, Tim Sambrook p260, church steeple at Brant Broughton, Lincolnshire, AX28HK, Steve Welsh p261, church at West Adderbury, Oxfordshire, BKNTYF, Julian Brooks p266, St Giles church at Cheadle, Staffordshire, DDD82M, Rachel Baker p267, Penuel Baptist Chapel, Pembrokeshire, AN5HXD, keith morris p274, saxon stonework in Bakewell, Derbyshire, E46RXM, Neil McAllister p275, effigy of Bishop William of Wykeham in Winchester cathedral, BH3GFB, Angelo Hornak p278, Kensal Green cemetery, London, ADD8WP, Roberto Herrett Please check whether any of you have been paid...
  3. I have sent the details to CS, and will advise their response
  4. OK I will contact them, and I have a document listing all the other Alamy images. I will attach that for their information . .
  5. Back on the 2nd June in the “Have you found….” thread SSHEP posted a list of some 55 images from a book called Hidden Histories by Mary-Ann Ochota. ISBN: 978-0-7112-3693-6., for which I thank him. One of the images was mine, and I was wondering about asking CS to chase up payment. I do not know the current Alamy practice, but I do know they like to allow some reasonable time before chasing customers. Is it maybe 6 months? Out of interest, I decided to buy the book, and in fact found it an interesting source of information concerning things to shoot in the country. I checked and the publication date is 2016. Far from being a customer that has not got round to making payment yet, he has been using our images for two years now. Should I contact CS?
  6. For March, I had 10 licences for $202 gross I am unhappy with low prices this year. My previous lowest annual average price per licence was $32. This year so far it is $23.
  7. Kay, Yes, thank you for that. Most other bat box types seem to have a bottom entry slot, and a larger box shaped cavity further up. I was wondering what happened inside this Kent box, whether the two entries combined to give a wider space further up. But if so, why have two slots instead of one? In the link you sent, the picture showing the view through the entry slots tells the story. The slots are the same width all the way up. Those bats are really tiny. I will add "Kent" to my tags. Thanks again, Peter
  8. Alan et al, I have had a look at another image, looking on the front of the box from slightly below. The outer two pairs of planks have a gap in the inner one, giving two entrances. I will upload that image next time. A bat box it is. Thanks for your help. And shame on me for not noticing the entrances. Peter
  9. Alan, You sound very positive about this, but these things were not high up and I could look at them quite closely, and I could not see any hole where any animal could enter. Are you suggesting that one of the shorter lengths of wood has a hole in the bottom? I have some other images, that may show this. I will have a look. Peter
  10. Russel, John, No, they are no kind of box at all. Five vertical planks of three different lengths, and another piece of wood on top, like a fence post cap. Things put out like this are usually for monitoring some aspect of the environment, but these seem to be plain softwood with no obvious coating. Peter
  11. In some woodland along the North Yorkshire Coast, I found wooden things that superficially look like bird boxes but are not. I would like to know what they are for, so I can make a meaningful caption. I will try to insert an image, but if I fail , please see M9MG27 or M9MG28. Thanks, Peter
  12. I was out this morning, but my QC status, 3* anytime upload, had been reinstated when I got home. Thanks Alamy for sorting it out. Peter
  13. Update: I e-mailed CS late last evening, querying the failure. So far, I have not had an answer to that mail, but at 9:23 this morning the submission was passed. Relax all you RX users... So far, I am still knocked down to 1* and locked out for another 9 days. I expect that will get fixed today. Peter
  14. Hmn, but if I did query it, I might get all you other RX100 users wiped out as well. I am also assuming that if the RX100 is unsuitable the RX10 is unsuitable also. You know what they say about "assume" - It makes an ass of you, and an ass of me. Nevertheless as the sensor size and image process ing is the same as the RX100ii, it is a fair assumption to make. Peter
  15. I have a great many images in my collection from my old RX100, which died a few months ago and was promptly replaced by an RX100iii, and of course many from my RX10. I have form on this kind of thing, back when Alamy had an "Unsuitable Camera" list I had a Ricoh GX100, about the same size and capability as the RX100, with a great many images in my collection.. They failed one of those Ricoh images, and I queried it with MS as it then was then called. Their response was to lock me out for 28 days. I have learnt the lesson, I never enter any discussion with QC. Maybe I need to think a bit more about this, but my reaction is to simply sell off my Sony RX cameras. After all, I have been warned off them. I can, and will, manage without them, my micro 4/3rds and Fuji cameras are better anyway, but not so conveniently small as the RX100iii or as versatile as the RX10.
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