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  1. 15 hours ago, meanderingemu said:

    Stay Curious: Experience New York City From Your Living Room

     

    https://theculturetrip.com/north-america/usa/new-york/new-york-city/articles/how-to-experience-new-york-city-from-your-living-room/

     

    New York Harbor view of One World Trade Center and Downtown Manhattan | © Francois Roux Image ID: F3X5N9

    After Hours scene © Photo 12  Image ID: C5K8FT

    George Gershwin, born in Brooklyn and raised in the Yiddish Theatre District, understood the rhythm of the city © colaimages Image ID: F4W572

    Seagram Building  © Patti McConville Image ID: DFA2BJ

    The Manhattan is two ounces rye, one ounce sweet vermouth and two dashes Angostura bitters © jefftakespics2 Image ID: DXBXY3

    An Art installation in the Museum of Modern Art in New York © Gregory Davies  Image ID: B8BPC4

     

     

     

    seriously red arrow for reporting sales.  You might not like the agreement Alamy has with the organisation, but i thought this thread was for people to find out where their images were used.  

     

    OUT.

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  2. no big month end rush at least a small sale for an easy capture

    january-2020-mexican-magazine-hola!-with-headline-the-war-of-independence-of-harry-and-meghan-hanging-at-news-kiosk-2ANXB0T.jpg

     

    expected since i found it after it was zoomed in early Feb,  Lowest of $$, direct, exclusive

     

    Country: Worldwide (ed Note: interesting since it was BBC)
    Usage: Editorial
    Media: Editorial website
    Industry sector: Media, design & publishing
    Image Size: Any size
    Start: 01 February 2020
    End: 01 February 2025
    Rights cover a single article published on websites, social media and syndication of articles to third party platforms on all media and platforms worldwide in perpetuity.

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  3. Stay Curious: Experience New York City From Your Living Room

     

    https://theculturetrip.com/north-america/usa/new-york/new-york-city/articles/how-to-experience-new-york-city-from-your-living-room/

     

    New York Harbor view of One World Trade Center and Downtown Manhattan | © Francois Roux Image ID: F3X5N9

    After Hours scene © Photo 12  Image ID: C5K8FT

    George Gershwin, born in Brooklyn and raised in the Yiddish Theatre District, understood the rhythm of the city © colaimages Image ID: F4W572

    Seagram Building  © Patti McConville Image ID: DFA2BJ

    The Manhattan is two ounces rye, one ounce sweet vermouth and two dashes Angostura bitters © jefftakespics2 Image ID: DXBXY3

    An Art installation in the Museum of Modern Art in New York © Gregory Davies  Image ID: B8BPC4

     

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  4. 1 minute ago, NYCat said:

    I complained because I had two sales to that travel website with an app in perpetuity and that is novel use???? So I dropped out of it last year. I was OK with true novel uses but that was ridiculous.

     

    Paulette

     

     

    be careful they are no longer classified as Novel Use, now they are "Usage: Editorial. Media: Editorial website"

     

     

    and they still haven't settled First week of January sales, but still allowed to download (found some last week)


  5. 7 minutes ago, IanDavidson said:

    OK, hand up, I forgot it was Monday today.....   still even for a Sunday that is a record low on measures for me.

     

    days have been so confusing recently.  Last week was having argument with my sister how many days of required isolation I had gone through for over 5 minutes, until she realised i thought it was Wednesday, and she said No it's Thursday....  i didn't even believe her at first, and i had to go check my phone, to confirm...  


  6. Cropped but i thing this is the one they used

     

    Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. 23 August 2019. AC Grayling is one of the country's foremost philosophers and has produced a brilliantly readable and authoritative survey of his discipline. The History of Philosophy is a landmark tome bringing western and eastern thought together. Iain Masterton/Alamy Live News. Image ID: WB1G0F

     

     

    This article was first published in the March 28, 2020 issue of the New Zealand Listener.  so not sure what license states.

     

    https://www.noted.co.nz/culture/culture-books/ac-grayling-the-good-state-book-review

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  7. 4 hours ago, John Mitchell said:

     

    That's true too. The Chinese government could easily be spinning the numbers.

     

    In BC, there is evidence that curve has started to flatten since social distancing measures were put in place.

     

     

    they all spin number, since no one uses the same basis nor has same demographics, no numbers are comparable.  

     

    i've read stuff about how Japan's numbers suddenly went up once it was certain the  Olympics were cancelled.   


  8. 1 minute ago, John Mitchell said:

     

    I heard Legault on TV today asking people not to to go to places like Cote du Nord and the Gaspé that haven't been infected much yet, but he didn't mention police checks. I imagine/hope that the QPP are just stopping casual visitors who don't really need to visit those areas. That said, the curve is still getting steeper in Quebec, so it's easy to understand the concern.

     

     

    the police checks were introduced yesterday at 4pm.  It sounds that only residents would be allowed.... also includes all North and Saguenay...

     

    We are getting hit badly because Spring break was in February, and there was a couple big weddings with people from NY on March 12th


  9. 27 minutes ago, John Mitchell said:

     

    After living in BC for over four decades, my French is now really bad. However, I can still swear like a Quebecker.

     

    Speaking of rhetorical questions that aren't really rhetorical, I enjoyed this

     

    thanks that's great.  Some wonderful line..... loved "In stores, we avoid other people like the plague — oops, sorry, this is the plague."


  10. 9 hours ago, Brizbee said:

    Had just finished taking a shot of some early spring flowers and was packing up my camera when I turned round and found this chap staring back at me. Probably not the best picture I've ever taken but it made me smile. Plus it's probably as close as I am ever, EVER, going to get to taking a selfie!

     

    a-shadowman-the-result-of-a-weird-juxtap

     

     

    looks way closer than 2m, call the police

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  11. 1 hour ago, John Mitchell said:

     

    Guess you're still a New Yorker at heart. 😁

     

    Canadians are polite even when they're being impolite. It could be passive-agressive kind of thing.

     

     

    as a bilingual Canadian, i always said the English part in polite, the French part is sarcastic.   so when in say "i'm sorry" you never know what i intended...  🙂 


  12. 2 hours ago, Autumn Sky said:

     

    Yes.   It is interesting how time of crisis brings out real character;  compassion and altruism in some,  selfishness in other.  There was article yesterday about some COVIDIOT sneezing on purpose and coughing at produce shelf in grocery store,  somewhere in US I think, and causing 35 grand worth of damage because naturally they had to throw everything away.  Not to mention these trying to profit by reselling certain goods at multi-fold values, or playing scams and pranks on weak.

     

     

     

    wow.,

     

    Coronavirus: Man arrested for coughing on police officers

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-foyle-west-52065328


  13. 53 minutes ago, John Mitchell said:

     

    That is potentially good news. I plan to dance the "two-metre minuet" for as long as I have to.

     

     

    really was upset today as this guy decides to wash his car parked on the street, forcing all of us to have to cross the street into traffic to keep our 2m...

     

    seriously, you really think washing your car is a necessity.....  

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