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  1. Looks like a rhubarb crumble. PS don’t forget they’re called puddings 😉
  2. The Times Scotland (print) July 19th Sally Anderson W3Y88K Longniddry Bents, East Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom, 18th July 2019. UK Weather: the very blustery sunny day is ideal for kite surfers who are out in force as the tide comes in in the Firth of Forth. Credit: Sally Anderson/Alamy Live News
  3. Ok, thanks very much.
  4. You can opt out of NU of course. Or choose to remain in because sales will increase your ranking. It’s a difficult decision but I opted for the former to avoid these scenarios.
  5. I’ve opted out for the majority of my images except when I cover an event such as a marathon when it’s possible that individuals may indeed want a photo of themselves. I can’t be doing with chasing inappropriate personal uses - there are enough other infringements to go after.
  6. Unless there is contact information, which I can’t see on that website/webpage, then unfortunately Alamy won’t chase it. There are gazillions of these fake type webpages copying Alamy images and there is very little one can do about them. If they use google ads, it may be worth reporting them as abusing copyright through the google ads abuse form.
  7. I do take photos of children, but don’t have much in the way of action. Here are my three: The Joy of Jumping with a new dynamic carbon fibre turbo brace More jumping at a Medieval Day Don’t try this at home
  8. I’m a Micro Four Thirds person. I turn up to press calls with lightweight gear and pity the others burdened by heavy cameras and lenses. No doubt there is a macho thing involved, but since some news agencies insist on maximum 1500 kB image sizes, I just wonder why they bother.
  9. Thank you for selecting one of mine, too. Now to choose....not mine of course.
  10. Just be careful with those tags. Pitlochry isn’t in the Cairngorms really, it’s in Perthshire. River Tummel isn’t either, though it’s close to the ‘Cairngorms National Park’, but not in the ‘Cairngorms’ mountains, which is what someone would be searching for using that term.
  11. 17 sales for $562. Not a bad month. Lots more as yet to be reported sales to come in July....
  12. The Guardian Sally Anderson wildlife JDGFM3 . One of my many trips to the wonderful Isle of May https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2019/jun/30/wildlife-tour-of-eastern-scotland-puffin-red-squirrels Group of Atlantic puffins, Fratercula arctica, on cliff top with puffin hovering in air, Isle of May, Firth of Forth, Scotland, UK Also in print along with: Angus Alexander Chisholm BCENKH Isle of May Firth of Forth Scotland Plus a red squirrel and Glen Clova Hotel I cant find
  13. A couple more sales today. That’s probably it for the month but nice to end on a $75 sale for some flowers.
  14. Batchelorette??!! Good grief. Almost as bad as the origins of ‘Bluestocking’.
  15. Aha! It looks like the Scottish Sun nabbed the profile images from yours and my submissions yesterday for Instagram and then used ours again for their online article.
  16. Scottish Sun https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/4418391/scottish-weather-sun-heat-30c-hotter-rio/ Me! W0DRKT North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom, 27th June 2019. UK Weather: Summer has finally arrived with warm sunshine on the Eastern coast. A sailing lesson with colourful sailing dinghies in West Bay. Credit: Sally Anderson/Alamy Live News plus another of Glasgow Botanics but I can’t find it on Live News.
  17. Nope. All of my 17 sales for this month have been this week, both editorial and stock.
  18. No, not for editorial. For live news use perhaps. Count yourself, lucky, Many of the editorial uses are coming in at $4.90 this month.
  19. Now I am hoping I have got this ID right as Corn Chamomile, Anthemis arvensis, mixed in with the red poppies.
  20. That’s just about as good as a case here recently in which a cyclist who knocked over a woman who stepped out into the road while looking at her phone was deemed to have been held responsible. Cyclists must always be aware of unpredictable events, apparently.
  21. Glad I asked, thanks!
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