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MicheleD

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About MicheleD

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    https://www.alamy.com/portfolio/micheledomonkos

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    Female
  • Location
    Melbourne, Australia
  • Interests
    Performing Arts, Lighting, Glass, Animals, Travel, Food, Odd Things

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  • Alamy URL
    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={8B739783-D20E-4B32-BBAE-1850F3446CC9}&name=Michele+Domonkos
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  • Joined Alamy
    03 Oct 2016

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  1. The pink flowers in the second photo look like African daisies or Osteospermum to me.
  2. I have an inversion table and certainly recommend giving one a try. I bought mine second hand and it works well. I don't have a bad back per se, but I can be a terrible sloucher and find the need to stretch every now and then. The inversion table lets my back and neck stretch gently under my own weight. I only stay inverted for a few seconds (maybe 10 to 15), but it works well for me. I feel taller afterwards. I recommend when you first use it to go slow and lay flat before tipping all the way over. The same when you are returning to upright. If you go too fast, it will make yo
  3. It's a bit hard to tell without seeing the whole truck. Wikipedia have a few pics of older models with their write up of the Toyota Dyna. Does it look like any of those? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyota_Dyna
  4. Congrats Sharon! Me too. Mine is for a whopping $3.78, but hey, I'll take it 😀.
  5. My guess is that it's an "Arabian Night" Dahlia. There are a lot of red varieties though. A quick search of Alamy for that variety has a few similar blooms, and also a whole lot of completely different ones! https://www.alamy.com/search/imageresults.aspx?qt=arabian night dahlia&imgt=0
  6. Could it be a "Ruby Spider" day lily? Yours looks pinker than the ones I have seen, but they have the curled stamen.
  7. Hmm, Maybe not then. Sorry, that was my best guess.
  8. Kipfler potatoes https://www.alamy.com/search/imageresults.aspx?qt=kipfler&imgt=0
  9. I have been quite slow uploading since I signed up, but I almost tripled the number of images uploaded between last December and now.(I'll try to double what I have now in 2020) I do not post to the forum very often, but I like to read the posts and learn from all of you experienced Alamy-ites. My pre-2019 average was 2 sales per year. I made 5 sales in 2019. 4 were within a fortnight in March/April which got my hopes up, but I didn't get another sale until Sept. Some of the sales were for very small amounts, but one was for $$$ TV use, which gave me my first payout.
  10. They are also called the Gypsy Cob. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gypsy_horse This one may look the size of a small riding pony, but it's just a baby. As David mentioned, the fluffy foal coat will drop out after a few months.
  11. Similar temps in Melbourne, but we are still waiting for our thunder storm! The pre-storm heat is quite uncomfortable.
  12. Gah! How annoying for you. That is exactly what I thought too. Thankyou so much for setting me straight. I'll get my numbers up in no time now! (And thank you for letting me know that it wasn't just me!)
  13. I haven't uploaded those because I do not have model or property releases for any of them. MD
  14. I made my first sale in March 2017 after signing up in October 2016. It was just a small sale, $20 of which I get $10. But I was pretty excited about it as I only had 28 images uploaded at the time. Unfortunately it was my only sale so far, but it inspired me to go out and shoot more stock, and I am very slowly building up. Fingers crossed I'll have 100 images by Monday. Only 900 to go before all those sales come rolling in!! ( I can hope, can't I ?) I'm also enjoying lurking on the forum and learning about the industry from all the generous people who are so willi
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