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About Lesley

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  1. So sorry to hear this. He was such an inspiration. Sincere condolences to his family for their great loss.
  2. Magic! It's just appeared. They must've been listening!
  3. Aha! They have returned! But one I captioned yesterday still not showing for sale. Hopefully sorted soon.
  4. Measures isn't the only bit not working. Just signed in to caption my new images and I have NO images in Alamy Image Manager. Major blip!
  5. I was looking at the almost white tail tip. I know Warrens have that, but I don't know that the others don't!
  6. After my best year ever - zilch! It can only get better - I hope!
  7. Thanks for that! I'd never heard of those, nor seen them. Interesting to know.
  8. Another duck with a stance like an Indian Runner is the Khaki Campbell, and your duck is the right colour for that. But the eye streak looks like a Mallard. Possibly a Khaki Campbell Mallard cross. Mallards do cross breed. We used to keep Muscovy ducks, and they inter bred with Mallard.
  9. Thank you all for your responses. I was with the original agency, the one that was taken over, before I signed up with Alamy. I'm glad I did sign up with Alamy. A you say, I find them honest and open in their dealings, and easy to work with. As I said, I have now stopped contributing to the said Agency, but of course they still hold a number of my images. I contribute to one other picture library, who are also very fair and I intend sticking with them and Alamy. Very interesting to know how others feel about this. I know in the grand scheme of things it's not a big deal, but it is irri
  10. Several years ago a photo library I contributed to was bought out by a larger one. I continued to contribute until the number of pixels required became too heavy to carry around! Soon after this the library in question posted several of my images on Alamy. They didn't mention this to me. A few months later I asked if any of my images had sold , as I hadn't heard anything. They had, though not, I think on Alamy, and the libarary paid up. This is not the first time I've had to ask if my images have sold. A little while ago, I noticed the images that were uploaded to Alamy by this library hav
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