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  1. 1 hour ago, chris_rabe said:

    So in about a week was able to get myself over 2000 images up 😊


    Catalog is now a lot tidier and started sorting wildlife. More photos, but a bit easier to get through - apart from some id's... 

    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.

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  2. The Guardian

    Sally Anderson wildlife JDGFM3 . One of my many trips to the wonderful Isle of May


    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

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  3. 23 minutes ago, Marianne said:

    My son-in-law and grandson are visiting from Ohio (Daughter is at a Bachelorette Weekend - a Hen party I believe you Brits call it) and we are going through all the family ancestry research my s-i-l did to see if we and my daughter can get EU passports (with grandson asleep in his lap). We knew my husband had ancestors were from Ireland but we didn't know where - looks like it was Sligo. Small world. Sorry it didn't work out there for you Edo. Would have been nice to be near the forum folks -  I thought Colin said the busses were good there. Gotta be so hard living out of a suitcase all this time when you don't have a place to go home to.

    Best of luck with your house search Edo - hope things finally work out.

    And Alan - hope the surgery goes well. 




    Batchelorette??!! Good grief. Almost as bad as the origins of ‘Bluestocking’. 

  4. Scottish Sun




    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.






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  5. On 11/06/2019 at 21:11, patrickinseattle said:

    Thanks NYCat, that's the clue I needed. The "Ignoring - Already Submitted" came out of the log file from the Alamy Plug In and not from Alamy itself. I just uploaded the files through the Alamy site and they're awaiting QC. I did not rename any of them.


    Thanks for all the responses!

    Yes its an Alamy Lightroom Bridge thing only. I usually upload via the webpage if I need to get around this.

  6. 13 minutes ago, John Mitchell said:


    Yes, I admit that I'm one of those testing the waters, mainly with images that aren't very suitable for Alamy. I'm not really cut out for the micro world, as I don't generate a lot of images, and I still think that it's an exploitative and unsustainable business model (haven't changed my mind in that regard). Nonetheless, it has been an instructive experience so far. My impression from lurking [evil giggle] on MS forums is that there is no shortage of disgruntled contributors out there. I think that the micros are going to have to become more like the macros if they want to keep their best photographers, many of whom sound like they are getting fed up with the tiny subscription sales and the glut of poor images. Who knows, perhaps there is a middle ground to be reached somewhere. My other takeaway is that quite a number of MS agencies -- even well-established ones -- don't appear to be in very good shape and are no longer worth submitting to.



    Interesting. I know nothing at all about MS, but I have never been tempted to sell my photos for pennies, and don’t think I’ll be changing my mind about that. 

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  7. 1 hour ago, AlanW said:

     . . . . . and back again!


    The Times - Online




    TCN798   Sally Anderson News  Forth Rail Bridge, South Queensferry, Scotland, United Kingdom, 9 June 2019. Charity Abseil: Over 450 people abseil from the Forth Rail Bridge deck down to the the beach to raise money for a number of Scottish charities, including Scottish SPCA, Chest, Heart & Stroke Scotland, Riding for the Disabled, Myeloma UK & Brain Tumour Research. Credit: Sally Anderson/Alamy Live News



    Many thanks, Alan.

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