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  1. Many thanks. It’s in my garden or at least it was before the cold set in.
  2. An Aster I think, but does anyone know the variety?
  3. Even worse, I often type ‘Scoltand’. Have to check every now and again.
  4. I suspect so. But this is a photography forum not a politics debate and the thread is about sales for goodness sake. I'll take photos of politicians of whatever hue, shade or orientation whatever I think of them.
  5. A much better month for sales than the last one so far. A $$ sale for this one just reported.
  6. Thanks Bryan. Thats 2CWAFJG Leith, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom, 29th September 2020. UK Weather: sunshine on Leith. The sun really does shine on the Water of Leith and on a calm sunny day creates wonderful reflections in the water around The Shore with modern apartment buildings and Victoria Bridge, an old iron swing bridge, reflected in the calm Water of Leith river. Credit: Sally Anderson/Alamy Live News
  7. A bunch of news sales in today. Many very low but this one was a nice surprise. No idea when or where (though Times/Sun likely) it was used for highish $$. On my doorstep
  8. With news sales just in, I have just topped my total gross income for 2019 with 3 fewer sold images than last year. So, a decent increase on last year.
  9. A nice $$$ license for this one. USA editorial use. A Laos cookery class. .
  10. I think the caption plays a heavy role in the searches so if they are good and accurate then all is not lost. However, I have had to go back over a lot of live news images and take stuff out which is throwing up irrelevant searches. So worth editing the captions at least as they go into stock as the captions one writes for live news are not necessarily the same as are good for stock images..
  11. You can use Alamy Lightroom Bridge though to import your keywords into LR and take it from there.
  12. A first for me in National Geographic - spotted though not reported yet. Someone please tell me why they chose this image though when I had others without the cutoff background. I'm not even sure why I uploaded it except it was a nice low angle. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/2020/09/libraries-respond-to-coronavirus-with-book-bikes-and-virtual-festivals/ Edit: I guess this ought to have been in 'Have you found any..." rather than sales since it is not yet reported.
  13. Thanks Bryan. That is 2CNED8W which was Live News until yesterday but is now in stock, however it seems to be taking longer for images to show up in stock than it normally does.
  14. Very sorry indeed to hear the news, Colin. My 3: A boat that has seen better days A broken tricycle in Mongolia The Tsar’s Bell, in the Kremlin, made so big it could never be used as it cracked. A lot of patience required to wait for all of the tourists taking selfies in front of it to remove themselves
  15. Yes, I believe it is. I had two appear in the August Culture selection, so will see if it makes a difference to sales. I suspect not for me individually but may drive customers to Alamy.
  16. BBC Website several Alamy images, including one of mine. Tried to find the other two - sourdough bread and National Trust view but too many to search. Mine was zoomed yesterday. https://www.bbc.com/worklife/article/20200819-why-we-look-to-nature-in-uncertain-times
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