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  1. I had to look that one up, never heard of them before. Anyway, my first sale - finally of the month - haven’t had to wait so long for a sale for a very long time. Less than $10 presentation use and not the best image either, taken from inside a minibus in Torres Del Paine with the guides getting all excited with their cameras and getting in the way of attempts by the group to try and get their own photos. The only bad word I will say against them as they were great otherwise.
  2. Conde Nast Traveller 11 Best things to do in Edinburgh https://www.cntraveler.com/gallery/best-things-to-do-in-edinburgh\ Sally Anderson / PK43ND RODOLFO CONTRERAS / PF69PF John Peter Photography / CFEE85 Jui-Chi Chan / PAH4RX
  3. Not sure what you mean. The only QC failure is for technical reasons.
  4. No it is still misbehaving, I just read some posts, refreshed, closed the page and opened it again and the posts I read are showing as unread.
  5. I agree, however it has now been a week. I don’t think I have come across an online IT problem that took so long to fix before.
  6. And yet, four figure sums are still possible. Alamy Content has just liked a Tweet from Jeff Morgan who has announced a $1200 sale.
  7. Indeed, nevertheless it would be nice, even prudent, for Alamy to respond and tell us what’s going on.
  8. It was fabulously sunny on Sunday along the Berwickshire coast. There are a number of these memorials in small fishing villages commemorating a 1881 fishing disaster when 189 fishermen from villages along the coast lost their lives. In the tiny village of Cove, here, 11 of 28 fishermen were lost. The sculptor has researched the widows and orphans and created individualised bronzes in each village to represent those who were affected.
  9. https://discussion.alamy.com/topic/11110-please-fix-the-forum/
  10. Thanks, good to hear.
  11. Lots of complaints for about a week now about new and unread posts not showing up properly. Please fix it as it is becoming increasingly annoying and, I for one, will give up on it soon if this persists.
  12. Cheers, that makes a lot more sense. I can’t anticipate whether someone is going to stand in the same spot as me at any time in the future and take a photography which closely resembles mine. However, I can know whether I have put any of my photos on a different stock site. The previously suggested interpretation would be a minefield of confusion and greyness. I’ll not worry, then, about the few images I have of artworks or stained glass windows.
  13. I am pretty sure that there would be nothing wrong with that content. An android phone would appear to be the problem. Better still to have your camera with you everywhere you go so you get 50% rather than much less.
  14. Cheers. I only have a couple of these. One is from a well visited church. There is one other image on a competitors stock site which it gets confused with in a search, though the quality is not the same, but there is clearly the potential that someone else could come along and take a similar photo The others are from a small church no one else has or is likely to take a photo in, but could do!
  15. The forum is becoming increasingly unusable. It’s not worth spending time here unless things get sorted. Updated posts just not showing.
  16. Thanks for that spot Bryan. I can’t find it or see it without a subscription unfortunately. Apparently I have another one in the Travel section of Fingal, luxury floating hotel, but can’t see it either! Anyway two in one day in The Times is a first for me and a very nice birthday 🎁 .
  17. Oops.https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/scotland/national-museum-of-scotland-unveils-80m-makeover-0rf5c5sdg Edit: Oops. The image changed overnight but at least I have a screenshot of the Tweet.
  18. And they keep on coming. Another one of mine, one from Pawel Pietraszewski, one from Skully and one from Ann McKelvie.
  19. Congratulations on your win. Great topic for this month. My three: Guillemot Love A bronze plaque A mass of love locks (on the Forth Road Bridge - the old one)
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