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  1. I researched this extensively but cannot be sure if this is winged loosestrife (Lythrum alatum), which is native to the Narragansett, Rhode Island coastal area where I took this photograph, or purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) an invasive plant that has taken over many areas where native wildflowers grow. I've gone with Lythrum sp. to be safe, but wondering if any of you can id it? Thanks! http://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-loosestrife-lythrum-sp-growing-along-the-beach-in-narragansett-rhode-104265077.html?pv=1&stamp=2&imageid=33596076-EB7D-494C-B961-E17B1338E72A&p=94148&n=0&orientation=0&pn=1&searchtype=0&IsFromSearch=1&srch=foo%3dbar%26st%3d0%26pn%3d1%26ps%3d100%26sortby%3d2%26resultview%3dsortbyPopular%26npgs%3d1%26qt%3dG1HK4N%26qt_raw%3dG1HK4N%26lic%3d3%26mr%3d0%26pr%3d0%26ot%3d0%26creative%3d%26ag%3d0%26hc%3d0%26pc%3d%26blackwhite%3d%26cutout%3d%26tbar%3d1%26et%3d0x000000000000000000000%26vp%3d0%26loc%3d0%26imgt%3d0%26dtfr%3d%26dtto%3d%26size%3d0xFF%26archive%3d1%26groupid%3d%26pseudoid%3d%26a%3d%26cdid%3d%26cdsrt%3d%26name%3d%26qn%3d%26apalib%3d0%26apalic%3d%26lightbox%3d%26gname%3d%26gtype%3d%26xstx%3d0%26simid%3d%26saveQry%3d%26editorial%3d1%26nu%3d%26t%3d%26edoptin%3d%26customgeoip%3dUS%26cap%3d1%26cbstore%3d1%26vd%3d0 Spellcheck keeps wanting to call it Lythrum alarm!
  2. Hi: I took this photo in Rhode Island last summer. Any idea what this flower is? I can't seem to find it though it doesn't seem like anything too rare. https://www.dropbox.com/s/w1ls82zifwex12u/RI15-61559-copy-test.jpg?dl=0 Thanks for any help. Also, is there a way I can save a photo for an Avatar in my dropbox account and somehow link it to here? Thanks for any help.
  3. Can anyone identify the insect on this beach rose? It was taken in Rhode Island in July. I'm thinking may some sort of gnat? Thanks! If it's not clear enough in this, how would I set it up to place a close up crop in dropbox for people to see? Does it matter for keywording since it's small in the photo? Any help and advice welcome. Thanks!
  4. Hallo, I think there is something wrong or broken here: HTH! :-)
  5. Hi fellow photographers and experts, can anyone please help me find this lizard's common and scientific name... thank you. SUMAN
  6. I have recently joined Alamy and having problems understanding the file size limits. I work in raw then convert to tiff files. These can end up being around 250mb in tiff depending on editing. I have converted these into jpegs at maxium no compression, however they have ended up being aound 9mb files in jpeg form. Does this mean they are not big enough, because the limit is 17mb. They look fine at 100% pixel ratio 3080x5120. Please can someone help clear this up.
  7. Both of my 7100's are in the shop for work, so I am having to use my old D-70. Because of it's smaller mega pixel size, I remember having to add a couple of numbers in post in order to upload images. Unfortunately, I can't remember what those numbers are. Can somebody please help me with this? Thank you. Luciano
  8. Hello to everybody, I'm new here at Alamy and I'm from Italy, so my English is very bad, sorry. I already have 24 images on sale, really a lot of images I've got MANY doubts and so any suggestion is wellcome!!!! Do you think I uploaded any image that is not so good and should be better to delete it?? Do you usally post your images on your own website too? May I post my images without watermarks on a social network or a forum?? Not even thumbnails?? Did you ever use any kind of "copyleft" licenses for any of your work somewhere else, and/or what do you think about that?? Quality Control: is it just about technical quality or "creative" quality too? Thanks in advance for any answer eventually posted.
  9. Sorry to ask again on this topic, but I cannot seem to find the ID of this small asymmetrical flower, despite long searches to try and find it!
  10. Please can anyone help me identify this plant/flower, I've tried, but so far, drawn a blank. Small white flowers with blue centres. Petals with five feathery lobes at the ends? Thanks
  11. Hi - Can anyone give me guidance as to this type of owl - I have it down as a Northern Hawk Owl? thanks X
  12. Hi everyone. I am relatively new here. I joined around April this year. After a few weeks I had my first sale for a total of $134, and since then nothing. I have also noticed that the amount of zooms I am getting is very low. This month so far 0! For you more experienced contributors, what am I doing wrong? It may also be nothing, but I would really appreciate some advice. http://www.alamy.com/stock-photography/C2D9A136-7CF6-4E3E-916A-A8BFE487D575/Stephen%20Allen.html Thanks for your help, I think I need all I can get Steve
  13. This is the message I get when I click on 'Use the New Version" Using IE Alternate HTML content should be placed here. This content requires the Adobe Flash Player. Get Flash I have Flash installed. This only started to do this in the last three days. Must have changed some settings in IE but I can get access when I use Chrome ... I only do my key wording on the Laptop (while lying down!!) all other stuff works on my workstation. I do remember having to change some settings in IE for a security reason but can not quite remember what I did Oh... the old version shows the same sign as well Regards Tony
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