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19 hours ago, AlanW said:

The Times (Scotland), 3rd August 2018.

 

page 9

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PCFTPH  Iain Masterton/Alamy Live News  Edinburgh, Scotland, UK; 2 August, 2018. The artist Edwin G. Lucas's sons, Alan, left and Frank at preview of major new exhibition of his paintings at the City Art Centre, Edinburgh .Edwin G. Lucas (1911-1990) was one of the most unique Scottish painters of the 20th century. Born and raised in Edinburgh, he channelled the influence of Surrealism in his work, cultivating an original and highly imaginative style of painting during the 1940s and 50s that set him apart from his contemporaries. Today, however, he is virtually unknown. Credit: Iain Masterton/Alamy Live News

 

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PCFNFC  Rich Dyson/Alamy Live News  Edinburgh, UK. 2 Aug 2018. A free outdoor event, the Aberdeen Standard Investments Opening Event: Five Telegrams will celebrate the start of the 2018 International Festival. Inspired by themes of communication including telegrams sent by young soldiers in 1918, Five Telegrams weaves a newly commissioned orchestral score by Anna Meredith, projected digital artworks and live participation together to consider themes of machines and codes, censorship, propaganda and reconciliation. The performance will take place on 3 August 2018. Credit: Rich Dyson/Alamy Live News

 

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PCFM0C  Sally Anderson/Alamy Live News  Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, 1st August 2018. Lovely warm morning sunshine in the city centre gardens. A gardener carefully weeds the historic floral clock. There is a different theme for the historic clock each year. It was first created in 1903 by the Edinburgh Parks Superintendent, John McHattie, and is the oldest floral clock in the world. This year it has been designed with poppies to mark 100 years since the signing of the Armistice, leading to the end of the First World War. Credit: Sally Anderson/Alamy Live News

 

page 40

Brighton, Sussex, UK. 14th June, 2014. World Cup 2014 football fans at the King and Queen pub in Brighton tonight as they prepare for England's game against Italy later  Photograph taken by Simon Dack/Alamy Live News - Stock Image

E23CG5  Simon Dack/Alamy  Brighton, Sussex, UK. 14th June, 2014. World Cup 2014 football fans at the King and Queen pub in Brighton tonight as they prepare for England's game against Italy later Photograph taken by Simon Dack/Alamy Live News

 
 

Alan

 

Many thanks for spotting this. Great to see Rich, Iain and myself on the same day in the same paper. Luckily Iain let me know, as I was out and about doing festival stuff, so I had a chance to get a copy of the paper.

 

also noticed this one from islandStock BM473C

tom-collins-house-part-of-the-byker-wall

 

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https://www.geo.de/reisen/18378-rtkl-indien-kerala-der-mix-aus-tropen-und-geschichte-macht-die-suedwestkueste-indiens
Kerala: Der Mix aus Tropen und Geschichte macht die Südwestküste Indiens so sehenswert
Kerala: The mix of tropics and history makes the southwest coast of India so worth seeing

 

A typical tourist houseboat on the backwaters of Kerala, South India
B3BXW9 Mauritius Images / Gavin Hellier / Alamy RM

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Guardian online
 03.08.2018

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/aug/03/heatwave-in-europe-set-to-push-up-uk-food-prices
P8GMGM Graham Turner Wheatfield in Suffolk, UK.. Very dry parched soil after over a month without rain.
https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2018/aug/03/how-to-eat-magnums-ice-cream-on-stick
P6TBJ3 STANCA SANDA Ice cream on stick covered with chocolate on black stone slate board.

 

04.08.2018
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/aug/04/country-diary-a-vole-emerges-from-the-pond-as-dark-as-the-bank-mud
B5TRT6 Margaret Welby Water Vole Arvicola terrestris single adult feeding on river bank
CNWYCC blickwinkel/Cairns European water vole, northern water vole (Arvicola terrestris), scientist examines an upland water vole.
https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2018/aug/04/celebrities-memorable-summer-family-holidays
AAMFR6 Red Box Archive UK Scotland Western Isles Outer Hebrides Barra Bagh Shiarabhagh K6 phone box
ADMWH2 NYC images Bloomingdale's Store. Manhattan
BMKCGT Marc Hill Amsterdam coffee shop sign, Holland.

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2018/aug/04/gardening-tips-divide-irises-silverbush-wonder-project-wakehurst-place
ABE7K7 Frank Blackburn Convolvulus cneorum. Whole plant Surrey England May
https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2018/aug/04/how-to-care-for-roses
F53NC0 CHRIS BOSWORTH Rose Alberic Barbier
DE88XJ  Frank Hecker stinging nettle, biological biopest control, organic fertiliser

 

 

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15 hours ago, Sally said:

 

 

also noticed this one from islandStock BM473C

tom-collins-house-part-of-the-byker-wall

 

Thanks, Sally. That`s one of mine. Much appreciated.

 

Joe

 

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04/08/2018, Guardian [Magazine], p46, Rose 'Alberic Barbier', F53NC0, CHRIS BOSWORTH [Alamy credit only]
04/08/2018, Guardian [Magazine], p46, producing nettle slurry for pest control and fertilizer, CNW7G2, blickwinkel/Hecker [Alamy credit only]
04/08/2018, Guardian [Magazine], p46, Convolvulus cneorum, ABE7K7, Frank Blackburn [Alamy credit only]
04/08/2018, Guardian [Magazine], p47, King Tuts Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow, B3N461, Johnny Jones [Alamy credit only]
04/08/2018, Guardian [Magazine], p47, Bury St Edmunds, F4DGXJ, Ian Dagnall [Alamy credit only]
04/08/2018, Guardian [Review section], p9, Julie Christie in The Go-Between, HBDDT8, Everett Collection Inc [Alamy credit only]
04/08/2018, Guardian [Review section], p16, still from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, BPNPNN, AF archive [Alamy credit only]
04/08/2018, Guardian [Review section], p35, Chiltern Hills, E6NMDY, Chris Lofty
04/08/2018, Guardian [Travel section], p2, telephone box on Barra, AAMFR6, Red Box Archive [Alamy credit only]
04/08/2018, Guardian [Travel section], p4, red-light district in Amsterdam, DXTK3F, Ivan Nesterov [Alamy credit only]
04/08/2018, Guardian [Travel section], p7, approaching Rum on the Eda Frandsen, B199TR, Graham Uney
04/08/2018, Guardian [Travel section], p8, beach south of Hirtshals from air, MADC92, Thomas Schaeffer [Alamy credit only]
04/08/2018, Guardian [Travel section], p8, Danish Smørrebrød, HY613P, Nigel Howard [Alamy credit only]
04/08/2018, Guardian [Travel section], p9, Nordby on Samso in Denmark, C2MT74, John Peter Photography [Alamy credit only]
04/08/2018, Guardian [Travel section], p10, Contemporary Art Centre in Cordoba, F79XE3, Julian Castle/Arcaid Images [Alamy credit only]
04/08/2018, Guardian, p3, protest against Trump in New York, PC67NC, Joseph Reid/Alamy Live News
04/08/2018, Guardian, p6,  Holland & Barrett shop, HRG23N, Mark Waugh
04/08/2018, Guardian, p36, Airbnb on a mobile 'phone, FDTR7J, Cyberstock [Alamy credit only]
04/08/2018, Guardian, p41, Victorian terraced houses, EK5G5P, Richard Pereira
04/08/2018, Guardian, p41, Virgin Mobile engineer, B7DCB3, Newscast Online Limited [Cropped. Alamy credit only]

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03/08/2018, London Evening Standard, p40, Rotermanni district of Tallinn, HPMNHF, Lucas Vallecillos [Alamy credit only]
03/08/2018, London Evening Standard, p40, Town Hall Square in Tallinn, HA2P2P, RossHelen editorial [Alamy credit only]

 

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FT Weekend 

5 August 2018

House & Home

page 3

 

the-golden-gate-bridge-and-belvedere-fro

The Golden Gate Bridge and Belvedere from Tiburon, Marin County, California

Contributor: Della Huff / Alamy Stock Photo

 

 

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FT Weekend

House & Home

5 August 2018

page 4

Diners at Street side cafe, Close to Angel Market Islington, London

Contributor: Chris Lawrence Images / Alamy Stock Photo

diners-at-street-side-cafe-close-to-ange

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Found in the Sun by Adie

 

https://www.thesun.co.uk/travel/6933845/tourists-scammed-out-of-millions-on-fake-holiday-villa-websites/

 

Woman looking for holiday on internet Stock Photo

 

Pic of a Woman looking for holiday on internet

Photographer: Chris Rout / Alamy Stock Photo

Image ID: AAXRAP

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Found in the Sunday Times

 

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/scotland-week-in-pictures-6zkk29mmp

 

Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, 1st August 2018. Lovely warm morning sunshine in the city centre gardens. A gardener carefully weeds the historic floral clock. There is a different theme for the historic clock each year. It was first created in 1903 by the Edinburgh Parks Superintendent, John McHattie, and is the oldest floral clock in the world. This year it has been designed with poppies to mark 100 years since the signing of the Armistice, leading to the end of the First World War. Credit: Sally Anderson/Alamy Live News Stock Photo

 

Photograph of Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, 1st August 2018. Lovely warm morning sunshine in the city centre gardens. A gardener carefully weeds the historic floral clock. There is a different theme for the historic clock each year. It was first created in 1903 by the Edinburgh Parks Superintendent, John McHattie, and is the oldest floral clock in the world. This year it has been designed with poppies to mark 100 years since the signing of the Armistice, leading to the end of the First World War. Credit: Sally Anderson/Alamy Live News

Photographer: Sally Anderson / Alamy Stock Photo

Finder: Adie

Image ID: PCFM10

 

 

Edinburgh, Scotland, UK; 31 July, 2018. Dance group Burn the Floor: Rebels of Ballroom at a photo Call prior to performances the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Appearing for the first time at the Fringe the company has reinvented Ballroom dance styles. Credit: Iain Masterton/Alamy Live News Stock Photo

 

Photo of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK; 31 July, 2018. Dance group Burn the Floor: Rebels of Ballroom at a photo Call prior to performances the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Appearing for the first time at the Fringe the company has reinvented Ballroom dance styles. Credit: Iain Masterton/Alamy Live News

Photographer: Iain Masterton / Alamy Stock Photo

Finder: Aiden

Image ID: PC65RT

 

Edinburgh, UK    July  30 2018; A  young greater one-horned rhinoceros has arrived at RZSS Edinburgh, UK Zoo. Qabid, a two-and-a-half-year-old male around half the size of a fully grown rhino will play vital role in the conservation breeding programme for the species.  credit steven scott taylor / alamy live news Stock Photo

 

Picture of Edinburgh, UK July 30 2018; A young greater one-horned rhinoceros has arrived at RZSS Edinburgh, UK Zoo. Qabid, a two-and-a-half-year-old male around half the size of a fully grown rhino will play vital role in the conservation breeding programme for the species. credit steven scott taylor / alamy live news

Photographer: Steven Scott Taylor / Alamy Stock Photo / click here for finder

Image ID: PBWJ6M

 

 

 

 

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Guardian online
05.08.2018

https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2018/aug/05/denmark-islands-seaside-where-danes-go-on-holiday
D69757 dpa/Patrick Paul Fishing boats on a beach near Stenbjerg
C2MT74 John Peter Photography  The famous Klokketaarn (bell tower) built 1857 in Nordby Samsoe Denmark
https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2018/aug/05/denmark-beach-seaside-scandinavia-holiday-cabin
MADC92 Thomas Schaeffer Leuchtturm Hirtshals aus der Luft
HY613P Nigel Howard Danish Smørrebrød, traditional open rye bread sandwiches

 

 

 

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05/08/2018, Observer, p7, One Hyde Park, CPT2M3, Andrew Michael [No credit - poss not via Alamy]
05/08/2018, Observer, p9, Wonga website, F13M4B, Barrie Harwood [No credit - poss not via Alamy]
05/08/2018, Observer, p13, leatherback turtle, E0K7KX, Steve Bloom Images
05/08/2018, Observer, p14, Sargasso Sea photographed from the space shuttle, FG0JD1, Granger Historical Picture Archive [Alamy credit only]
05/08/2018, Observer, p15, northern bluefin tuna, ATE0PP, Mark Conlin [Alamy credit only]
05/08/2018, Observer, p15, defaced Marshal Konev statue in Prague, MM055X, CTK [Cutout. Alamy credit only]
05/08/2018, Observer, p29, Velvet Underground, DH4GR3, Pictorial Press Ltd [Alamy credit only]
05/08/2018, Observer, p43, still from Incredibles 2, P1K6WB, Everett Collection Inc [Alamy credit only]
05/08/2018, Observer [Review section], p7, Jason Reynolds, FP0RG5, dpa picture alliance [Cutout. Alamy credit only]
05/08/2018, Observer [Review section], p19, Orson Welles, HC0MYK, Everett Collection Inc [Alamy credit only]
05/08/2018, Observer [Review section], p26, David Peasley prunes banana with panama disease, DPBX9A, david hancock [Alamy credit only]
05/08/2018, Observer [Review section], p26, Farm Quarantine sign, FA2MAA, Suzanne Long
05/08/2018, Observer [Review section], p29, young girl looking at night sky through telescope, CEHMEJ, Christopher Stewart [Alamy credit only]
05/08/2018, Observer [Review section], p29, greater mouse-eared bat, BDTRXX, Top-Pics TBK [Alamy credit only]
05/08/2018, Observer [Review section], p29, woman asleep with mobile, FWKH5K, Wavebreak Media ltd or JFHDME, Zoonar GmbH [Identical. Alamy credit only]
05/08/2018, Observer [Review section], p39, Poor School Drama Academy in London, F0759R, Peter Moulton [Cropped. Alamy credit only]
05/08/2018, Observer [Review section], p43, Worthing International Birdman Festival 2015, F0GCDD, Stephen Bartholomew [Cropped. Alamy credit only]
05/08/2018, Observer [Magazine], p38, staghorn fern in wild, APRF25, David Wall [Alamy credit only]
05/08/2018, Observer [Magazine], p43, remains of lead mines at Old Gang above Swaledale, CMNJD9, Jon Sparks [Alamy credit only]
05/08/2018, Observer [Magazine], p43, Robin Hoods Bay, DGE6B4, Clearview [Alamy credit only]

 

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Sunday Telegraph (Print) 05/08/18

 

Interestingly the Telegraph found it. I eventually found this on Page 18, having reduced what I though were all the obvious searches to simply "English Vineyard". How would you search for this image?

Hambledon Vineyard, Hampshire, UK. 19th October, 2016. A labourer works among the vines harvesting chardonnay grapes Stock Photo

 

 

 

Luke MacGregor / Alamy Stock Photo

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1 hour ago, Russell said:

Sunday Telegraph (Print) 05/08/18

 

Interestingly the Telegraph found it. I eventually found this on Page 18, having reduced what I though were all the obvious searches to simply "English Vineyard". How would you search for this image?

Hambledon Vineyard, Hampshire, UK. 19th October, 2016. A labourer works among the vines harvesting chardonnay grapes Stock Photo

 

 

 

Luke MacGregor / Alamy Stock Photo

 

Grapes, grapes on vine, grapes growing on vine, man tending grapes in vineyard, vineyard, green grapes, bunch of grapes

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https://elviajero.elpais.com/elviajero/2018/07/31/album/1533036263_013678.html?por=mosaico

 

01.08.2018

 

E68W3M Wim Wiskerke Baltimore George Peabody Library one of the most beautiful famous libraries in the world.

D0G54N Mo Peerbacus Marciana Library, St Mark's Square, Venice, Italy.

BRFFPJ  christopher Pillitz The Royal Portuguese Library, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

MXWJ79 : RosaIreneBetancourt 7 Mexico Mexico City Ciudad de Federal District Distrito DF D.F. CDMX Hispanic Mexican Buenavista Biblioteca Vasconcelos Public Library contemporary architecture Alberto Kalach interior atrium floating book stacks North America American1 AGO 218

S019RD  sorayuth26 Bishan public library

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39 minutes ago, Abiyoyo said:

https://elviajero.elpais.com/elviajero/2018/07/31/album/1533036263_013678.html?por=mosaico

 

01.08.2018

E68W3M Wim Wiskerke Baltimore George Peabody Library one of the most beautiful famous libraries in the world.

 

Thank you! Much appreciated!

 

wim

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2 hours ago, Russell said:

Sunday Telegraph (Print) 05/08/18

 

Interestingly the Telegraph found it. I eventually found this on Page 18, having reduced what I though were all the obvious searches to simply "English Vineyard". How would you search for this image?

Hambledon Vineyard, Hampshire, UK. 19th October, 2016. A labourer works among the vines harvesting chardonnay grapes Stock Photo

 

Luke MacGregor / Alamy Stock Photo

 

Usually the search phrase is copy/pasted from the text or the headline.

You can check if you're right by looking the phrase up in AoA for say 10 days.

 

wim

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