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  1. It's only the first day and I'm already in trouble wondering how I will choose. Loving the pics so far!
  2. I didn't really have a minimum size in mind... my smallest example was under 1,000 but even smaller seems okay with me.
  3. I'm so pleased to be bringing you this month's challenge! I was thinking of some of my favorite places I've taken photographs and a lot of them were small towns. So my challenge is Small Town Life. You can include people or not--what I have in mind is photos that capture something about the character of the particular town. Three entries per person and the photos must be on Alamy. Here are my examples with the town and the population--I'm thinking <10,000. Have fun!! I can't wait to see everyone's entries and travel the world through your photos. Brienz, Switzerland
  4. Oh my goodness, I'm so surprised! I have a theme in mind so I'll get the post up ASAP. Thanks for making my day y'all!
  5. Oh thank you so much for choosing my image, Paulette! I loved this mama duck and her brood. My son and I were in Providence, Rhode Island and spotted this little family. Providence has a river that basicallly runs right through the center of the city (it was actually quite a saga of them moving the river and revitalizing the downtown around it in the 80s I think). So mama duck had to get her babies across a busy street to get to the water. We and a few other people helped stop traffic to get them across the street safely and then watched as mama jumped down into the water (from quite a height
  6. Congratulations Paulette, and I love this topic! I wish I had more to choose from but here are my three.
  7. Thank you for choosing one of mine--my first time making the cut! Honored to be in such fine company with wonderful photos.
  8. Congrats Gen! I love this subject and can't wait to see all the entries. MIT Chapel, Cambridge MA Superkilen Park, Copenhagen Dome at the Reichstag, Berlin
  9. A second little sale slips in for the month. Dublin City Council Building. Mid $ Country: Worldwide Usage: Editorial Media: Editorial website Industry sector: Media, design & publishing Image Size: Any size Start: 01 March 2021 End: 01 March 2026 One use in a single editorial article used within the digital versions of a single publication. Digital usage includes archive rights for the lifetime of the article
  10. I was afraid April was going to be a big goose egg for me, but finally a sale dropped in. Low $$. The Hungry Tree at King's Inn Park in Dublin. 68 MB 3986 x 5979 pixels 5 MB compressed Editorial , Book, print and/or e-book, Print run: up to 50,000, Placement: Inside ,Duration: 5 years, Country: Any size
  11. I think everyone would have a different answer, but Ed gets to choose for this one.
  12. I don't have many for this topic so this was an easy choice. New Orleans: Salzburg: Annecy, France. I hope this counts--he was definitely working for tips!
  13. This was a tough vote! Wonderful choices. I'm sure it was nearly impossible to narrow down!
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