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About Sally

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  1. Fascinating stuff. Those were the days when the only way to travel across the Atlantic was by ship. I also did the journey on the Maasdam and remember it because we saw whales spouting and diving under the ship.
  2. Can it possibly be this one? That’s me and my brother playing shuffleboard on the Rotterdam’s deck in 1964.
  3. Same happened with Andy Murray. He was Scottish in the early days, until he won Wimbledon, then he was British.
  4. Brilliant, thanks for that. Pity you cant get the Scottish version though.
  5. @Alamy Twitter feed on April 2 https://twitter.com/alamy?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^author
  6. Of course you didn’t. I just happened upon the last quote, Sorry.
  7. Look, to clarify: the photographer who took the picture has a press card and can travel to take news photos. The person photographed lives locally and was out on his permitted walk. End of story.
  8. I noticed a 25% discount being given to customers during this period. I presume that means the gross sales and consequently our share will be lower than normal?
  9. Cheeky wipes. More environmentally friendly anyway.
  10. Nice to get an early sale in the month even if it is relative low editorial one. Those were the days when you could go out and mingle with others....
  11. A last minute $$$ live news use from February that I didn’t know about just turned up today giving me a healthy total for the month. A mass wash up of starfish.
  12. Nice to see a few more smallish sales trickling in today after the deluge yesterday.
  13. I had a pile of news and editorial sales yesterday all of which I was expecting so no surprises. Then a couple of sneaky ones appeared later on, one for good $$ and this one only $ but I’m actually pleased anyway since it must be one of the most photographed buildings, I only uploaded it a few weeks ago and it was pretty dull weather when we were there.
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