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  1. Trail Magazine (UK) August issue (30th anniversary special) Page 29 - Gareth McCormack - FE24DG - Lough Gouragh beneath Carrauntoohil, Hag's Glen, MacGillycuddy's Reeks, County Kerry, Ireland. Page 101 - Stewart Smith - BPNCCG - Hart Crag, Fairfield and Cofa Pike from St Sunday Crag, English Lake District, Cumbria Page 113 - High Fell Photography - EY3CT1 - Sunrise on High Street Fell, Lake District, Cumbria. Pages 114-115 - Stephen Spraggon - CR1BNK - The Straits of Riggindale and surrounding fells in the Lake District. Page 120 - robertharding - T8081N - Loch Coruisk and the main Cuillin ridge seen from the top of Sgurr Na Stri on the Isle of Skye, Scotland. ISSN: 1361-9748
  2. Caravan and Motorhome Club magazine, July issue Front cover - DBTMHR - Helen Hotson - Boscastle Harbour, Cornwall. Page 20 - AK6X0N - nobleIMAGES - Captioned as Slapton Sands in the magazine but as "GB DEVON TORCROSS START BAY" by the contributor. Page 22 - CPDT4K - Nick Bodle - Rosthwaite in the Jaws of Borrowdale, Cumbria, England Page 24 - DXEPXT - Dennis Hardley - Summer scene from St Fillans towards Loch Earn, Perthshire. pages 30-31 - PYME2C - eye35.pix - On the South West coast path, Boscastle, Cornwall, England. page 32 - 2B7JJNB - Anthony Wallbank - Gallos Statue by Rubin Enyon (misspelt as 'stature' on Alamy). The 8ft tall bronze sculpture depicting King Arthur and named 'Gallos', the Cornish word for power. Pages 34-35 - E8FTMK - Vibriant - Boscastle, North Cornwall. Page 35 - CX8MBG or CTY0XB (they look identical to me) - Ian Woolcock - Fishing village of Port Isaac, on the North Cornwall Coast. Page 35 - EY94G6 - Ian G Dagnall - The ruins of Tintagel Castle on Tintagel Island, Cornwall.
  3. BBC online - Finland's air force quietly drops swastika symbol.... https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-53249645 D1FC99 - Hannu Mononen - WW2-veteran DC-2 transport aircraft "Hanssin-Jukka" of the Finnish Air Force has been restored for museum display. R8F9CB - Hannu Mononen - A VL Viima vintage 1939 biplane two-seat trainer of the Finnish Air Force performing aerobatics at the Finnish Air Force 100 Years Anniversary Air Show. D44D73 - gadag - The official Flag of Finland's President flying in the wind.
  4. Is this your first submission? If so then they will be rejected - you must only upload three images on your first submission.... https://www.alamy.com/contributor/how-to-sell-images/alamy-quality-control/?section=5 Once these have passed QC then you can upload as many as you like.
  5. Just found one of mine in a booklet about arts and culture in the Outer Hebrides, published in 2019 - Made in the Outer Hebrides https://www.cne-siar.gov.uk/leisure-sport-and-culture/arts-and-culture/made-in-the-outer-hebrides/ page 99 - DRG0KW - Our Lady of the Sea sculpture, Barra Also five others with Alamy credits - page 99 - EM7PXF - ARV - St. Kilda Viewpoint, North Uist page 135 - C99HN5 - SJ Images - Herring Walk, Barra These three I can't find and nothing is listed under the various pseudonyms (may have been deleted) - page 122 - travlelibprime - Bana Thighearna nan Eilean (Our Lady of the Isles) sculpture, South Uist page 130 - Neil Martinson - Our Lady of Fatima sculpture, Eriskay page 134 - Neil McAllister - Otters and salmon sculpture, Barra
  6. Good point - I suppose there's no way of knowing for certain unless Alamy chip in....
  7. Trail Magazine (UK) July issue. Pages 48-49 - shoults - PX4NFD - Grindsbrook Clough, Edale, in the Peak District National Park, Derbyshire. Page 61 - nagelestock - A7YMFC - Callanish Standing Stones on the Island of Lewis, Western Isles, Scotland. Page 105 - Sebastian Wasak - CTYNT2 - Snowdon from Y Lliwedd, Snowdonia National Park, Gwynedd, Wales. Pages 106-107 - Peter Lane - GD7W5H - Snowdon Horseshoe viewed from Llyn Mymber Capel Curig (cropped to a panorama showing just the mountains). Page 112 - Stewart Smith - CR2RNH - View from the summit of Sgurr na Stri over Loch Coruisk to the Black Cuillin, Isle of Skye, Scotland. ISSN: 1361-9748
  8. When I first joined Alamy we had to submit in TIF format. If I look at my earliest submissions in Image Manager, dating from 2001, they are still showing as TIFs, so I assume that they are as originally supplied.
  9. The Guardian, 31st May - A4GPWD - Mediscan - Victorian Hospital Ward circa 1890 https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/may/31/did-a-coronavirus-cause-the-pandemic-that-killed-queen-victorias-heir A very interesting, if rather disturbing, article about the Great Russian Flu pandemic of 1890. Research carried out in 2005 suggests it was caused by a coronavirus with similarities to Covid-19. Many of the 1890 patients suffered central nervous system damage – a relatively rare symptom for influenza but common in the Covid-19 pandemic - and men were far more vulnerable than women, another feature shared with Covid-19. The most disturbing part - the initial outbreak subsided after six weeks but killed about 27,000 (in the UK). It returned the following year and killed over twice as many (58,000) then returned again the year after that and killed another 25,000.
  10. Hi Anna. No problem about the grab shots - I've sent you a message via the contact page on your website You can access the magazines online here - https://www.caravanclub.co.uk/blog/club-magazine/archive/ though you need to be registered and logged in to be able to access the latest three issues. I don't know if it will work if your membership has lapsed. My membership was automatically renewed about three weeks before it all kicked off but I get my breakdown insurance through the club so probably would have had to renew anyway.
  11. The Caravan and Motorhome Club magazine, June issue Front cover - KK72MN - David Lyons - Coniston Lake, Coniston village and Yewdale Fells to Helvellyn in the Lake District National Park, Cumbria Pages 24, 25 (DPS) and also on the contents page - EG4JB2 - Anna Stowe Landscapes UK - View over farmland and rolling countryside with fields of rape in Wiltshire. Pages 26 and 27 - EG5N3H - funkyfood London-Paul Williams - Stonehenge, Wiltshire Page 29 - C18X25 - Jeff Gilbert - The Double Library, Highclere Castle, Berkshire Pages 30 and 31 - MKB455 - Andrew Lloyd - Warleigh Weir on the River Avon near Bath in Somerset. Page 30 - Julian Gazzard - St Hubert's Church at Idsworth in the South Downs National Park, Hampshire - I can't find the exact one (may have been deleted) but it's almost the same as W5J8W3 except the clouds are different. Page 31 - T8TJDW - Jason Ballard - Houghton Lodge, Stockbridge Page 31 - T1T5WT - Peter Holloway - Portsmouth Harbour Page 32 - BN0MJT - Dylan Garcia Travel Images - Hampshire's Stockbridge High Street was voted "best foodie street" UK Page 33 - D2WXY4 - John Hill - Sandown Bay, Isle of Wight Page 33 - G2WW77 - Britpix - The High Street in Hamble Le Rice, Hampshire Page 34 - F050JC - Britpix - Whitby Abbey in the morning light, Yorkshire
  12. Ha! We may have been camped near each other. I had a Vango MkII in those days and sometimes wild camped down by the Clachaig Inn - spent many a night 'semi-sheltered' in there..! My second ever photo sale was of that tent - sent a pic to Vango and they used it on their brochure. Got 30 quid for it which was pretty good in those days. I've still got a copy of that brochure - which gives me an idea. Might dig it out and upload a copy of it to Alamy. Sorry for going off topic.
  13. I'm not familiar with Sony cameras but I've read that with the Nikon DSLRs the 'factory reset' trick doesn't actually reset everything. The only way to do that is to take the battery out and leave it for a long time (could be days or even weeks) until the internal back-up battery is completely flat. The way to check it's flat is to insert the battery and check if the clock has reset (of course that isn't an option if you still can't get into the menu). I would assume the Sony has some sort of internal power source to retain at least the clock settings so it might be worth a try - take the battery out and leave it for a couple of months then try again.
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