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47 minutes ago, ManWay said:

Thanks Andy,

That pic has been used about thirty times by The Sun - firstly as a real 'Live News' feed and then, it seems, whenever wind or rain threatens. 

Don't know when they'll start paying for it though! 

 

No wonder, it's a great weather pic.  Wish I had one like that!

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04/09/2018, Guardian, p3, fields in South Downs NP, PBP6JY, Slawek Staszczuk
04/09/2018, Guardian, p17, Aberystwyth park run, E842J8, keith morris
04/09/2018, Guardian [Journal section], p3, Jeremy Corbyn in York, M8TEBF, Ed Clews [Alamy credit only]

 

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Westways Magazine

AAA- Automobile Club of Southern California

September, 2018

 

Page 11

Bighorn Sheep in Denali National Park, Alaska
Contributor: Burt Johnson / Alamy Stock Photo
Image ID : JY1FK9

 

Page 27

Happy wine tourists tasting wine in vineyard
Contributor: Andor Bujdoso / Alamy Stock Photo
Image ID : HCY1GA

 

Page 31

The Vienna state opera as seen from the Albrechtsbrunnen.
Contributor: Alex Schädler / Alamy Stock Photo
Image ID : M5JMY8

 

Page 37

Interior of Palm Springs Museum of Art contemporary exhibition on display ; Palm Springs; California USA
Contributor: nik wheeler / Alamy Stock Photo
Image ID : DX8NMG

 

Page 50

SANTA MONICA, CA - MARCH 03: Director Ava DuVernay attends the 2018 Film Independent Spirit Awards on March 3, 2018 in Santa Monica, California 
Contributor: Barry King / Alamy Stock Photo
Image ID : M6FN04

 

Page 50

Hollywood, California, USA. 09th July, 2013. Guillermo Del Toro arrives at the Los Angeles film premiere for "Pacific Rim" at the Dolby Theatre, Hollywood, California, USA.
Contributor: Sydney Alford / Alamy Stock Photo
Image ID : DABGE9

 

Page 58

Little Petroglyph Canyon, in Coso Rock Art District, China Lake Naval Air Weapons Station, Mojave Desert Ridgecrest, California
Contributor: Tom Bean / Alamy Stock Photo
Image ID : BEBAA7

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Image ID : BEBM39

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5 minutes ago, losdemas said:

Just found one of mine in a pdf - from a license in March 2016!  Is Google getting slower? :lol:

I've a feeling the internet has got too big for search engines. I've tried unsuccessfully to find some newspaper web uses of my images via GIS which I know are still there.

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2 minutes ago, Avpics said:

I've a feeling the internet has got too big for search engines. I've tried unsuccessfully to find some newspaper web uses of my images via GIS which I know are still there.

 

Likewise.  I have found images in the past using Yandex, which Google refused to return.  Too often, Google seems to return the standard two pages of results from various Alamy sites and nothing else.

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Found on the BBC website

 

http://www.bbc.com/travel/story/20180904-the-sinking-islands-of-the-southern-us

 

Shrimp boats navigate marshes around Hunting Island and St. Helena Island at approaches to Beaufort, South Carolina Stock Photo

 

Photograph of a Shrimp boats navigate marshes around Hunting Island and St. Helena Island at approaches to Beaufort, South Carolina coast, USA

Photographer: David Lyons / Alamy Stock Photo

Found by Aiden

Image ID : GFEYTR

 

 

Descendants of enslaved Africans brought to Charleston in the Middle Passage dance to honor their relatives lost Stock Photo

 

Photo of descendants of enslaved Africans brought to Charleston in the Middle Passage dance to honor their relatives lost during a remembrance ceremony along the ocean front June 10, 2017 in Sullivan's Island, South Carolina. The Middle Passage refers to the triangular trade in which millions of Africans were shipped to the New World as part of the Atlantic slave trade. An estimated 15% of the Africans died at sea and considerably more in the process of capturing and transporting. The total number of African deaths directly attributable to the Middle Passage voyage is estimated at up to two million Afr

Photographer: Richard Ellis / Alamy Stock Photo

Found by Aiden

Image ID : JBKGKF

 

Barbara Manigault, a Gullah sweet grass basket weaver at her stand in Mt Pleasant, SC. Stock Photo

 

Picture of Barbara Manigault, a Gullah sweet grass basket weaver at her stand in Mt Pleasant, SC.

Photographer: Richard Ellis / Alamy Stock Photo

Found by Aiden

Image ID : BP12F3

 

 

Aug. 23, 2012 - Sapelo Island, Georgia, U.S. -  Casting for bait off a state owned dock, BRANDON DIXON fishes the Stock Photo

 

Pic of Sapelo Island, Georgia, U.S. - Casting for bait off a state owned dock, BRANDON DIXON fishes the creeks. The residents, whom many are decedents of slaves, share the island with Department of Natural Resources and the University of Georgia. Much of the infrastructure such as boat docks, paved roads and fire equipment are provided by state college or agency. (Credit Image: © Stephen Morten/zReportage.com/ZUMA)

Photographer: ZUMA Press, Inc. / Alamy Stock Photo

Found by Aiden

Image ID : CM437X

 

 

Work boats at St Helena Island, South Carolina, USA Stock Photo

 

Photograph of Work boats at St Helena Island, South Carolina, USA

Photographer: KC Shields / Alamy Stock Photo

Found by Aiden

Image ID : BBNYHD

 

 

A Gullah sweet grass basket weaver harvests sweet grass to prepare for traditional baskets in Charleston, SC. Stock Photo

 

Photo of A Gullah sweet grass basket weaver harvests sweet grass to prepare for traditional baskets in Charleston, SC.

Photographer: Richard Ellis / Alamy Stock Photo

Found by Aiden

Image ID : BPNMAE

 

 

A photograph of a large group of people gathered for a Fourth of July celebration, the group consists of men, women Stock Photo

 

A photograph of a large group of people gathered for a Fourth of July celebration, the group consists of men, women and children, everyone is dress in seaonsally appropriate formal clothing, the men are wearing suits, ties and light colored hats, the women wear light dresses, they are gathered at the edge of a wooded area, someone has set up a table with food on the right hand side of the photograph, St. Helena Island, South Carolina, 1877. From the New York Public Library.

Photographer: Gado Images / Alamy Stock Photo

Found by Aiden

Image ID : KK9586

 

 

 

 

 

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Found on the BBC website

 

http://www.bbc.com/capital/story/20180904-why-time-management-so-often-fails

 

Close Up view of a bullet journal Stock Photo

 

Photograph of a close Up view of a bullet journal

Photographer: ana_rumoroso / Stockimo / Alamy Stock Photo

Found by Adie

Image ID : S181NG

 

 

man using smart watch, time management and reminder Stock Photo

 

Photo of a man using smart watch, time management and reminder

Photographer: Anna Berkut / Alamy Stock Photo

Found by Adie

Image ID : FWY73C

 

A kitchen timer in the shape of a tomato. Stock Photo

 

 

Picture of a kitchen timer in the shape of a tomato.

Photographer: PackStock / Alamy Stock Photo

Found by Adie

Image ID : D1DC19

 

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GEO.de
https://www.geo.de/reisen/reise-inspiration/19552-bstr-abgelegene-traumorte-hier-werden-sie-mit-einsamkeit-belohnt
Abgelegene Traumorte: Hier werden Sie mit Einsamkeit belohnt
Remote dream places: Here you will be rewarded with loneliness

 

Tourists resting by the central area of the Lost City (Ciudad Perdida) Sierra Nevada mountains Santa Marta Colombia
ENKNHA Mauritius Images / Renato Granieri / Alamy RM

 

Inverie on the Knoydart Peninsula, Inverness-shire.
BEDFTK  David Gowans / Alamy RM

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Times 5th

 

Zefrog  Rt Hon Kevin Barron Labour MP for Rother Valley - Image ID: E03BHW

CClarke  The Royal Sussex County Hospital Brighton East Sussex UK - Image ID: E66T0N

 

Scottish Edition

 

Tony Smith  Tower/dome at Edinburgh University South College Lothian Scotland UK wide view - Image ID: DDXT80

Thomas Weightman  Hnefatafl, a viking board game. - Image ID: B0CH21

D Hale-Sutton  Edinburgh Sheriff Court, Chambers Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. - Image ID: BM4P1E

 

Irish Edition

 

Cyril Ruoso  Asian predatory wasp (Vespa velutina nigrithorax) in flight, invasive species, Nantes, France, September. - Image ID: PB41M0

New York City, New York, USA. 10th May, 2018. Protest action(s) in New York City against U.S. president Donald Trump and his administration during his first-year presidency. Credit: G. Ronald Lopez/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News - Image ID: MMCEHJ

Nick Moore  A busy hospital with doctors, nurses and staff busy at work in an accident and emergency ward in a British hospital - Image ID: EFNXNF

Alan Williams Speckled Wood Butterfly (Parage aegeria) resting on leaf of Guelder Rose (Viburnham opulus) showing berries in woodland Cheshire - Image ID: ECD4FN

 

World

 

Antonio Gravante  Florence, Italy - February 14, 2017: All'Antico Vinaio is among the best national street-food in Italy. The venue is a historic winery in Florence pec - Image ID: J914F6

 

Business

 

Steven May  Pfizer drug company medicine tablets - Image ID: C3FKB9

UrbanImages  Sign over entrance to Halfords store, UK. - Image ID: E4R67M

city of london sunset - 11,000 of these!

Loop Images Ltd  A mannequin in a pink and green outfit on display in Fenwick department store window. - Image ID: CF57CM

Peter Herbert Southwark Crown Court, London - Image ID: GBJAN8

southwark-crown-court-london-GBJAN8.jpg

 

Can't read the small print but the no photography signs are a recent addition :(

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4 hours ago, Bryan said:

Peter Herbert Southwark Crown Court, London - Image ID: GBJAN8

southwark-crown-court-london-GBJAN8.jpg

 

Can't read the small print but the no photography signs are a recent addition :(

 

 To the best of my knowledge, it is (and has been for donkeys years) an offense to photograph within the precincts of any court in the UK.

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11 hours ago, Adie said:

Picture of a kitchen timer in the shape of a tomato.

Photographer: PackStock / Alamy Stock Photo   Found by Adie   Image ID : D1DC19

 

 

5 hours ago, Bryan said:

UrbanImages  Sign over entrance to Halfords store, UK. - Image ID: E4R67M

 

Thanks Adie and Bryan :)

Steve

 

05/09/2018, Guardian, p1, pair of Spix's macaws, A49MJB, Arco Images GmbH [Alamy credit only]
05/09/2018, Guardian, p12, protest against gentrification of Elephant & Castle, P4AEDT, Peter Marshall
05/09/2018, Guardian [Journal section], p8, Jacqueline Pearce in The Reptile,H8602B, Impress-Movie-TV/United Archives GmbH [Alamy credit only]
05/09/2018, Guardian G2, p2, statue of Hercules, P8FRYJ, Bjanka Kadic [cutout]
05/09/2018, Guardian G2, p10, still from Touching The Void, C3G9KX, Photo 12

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3 hours ago, TeeCee said:

 

 To the best of my knowledge, it is (and has been for donkeys years) an offense to photograph within the precincts of any court in the UK.

 

Evidence, please. Shot from a public place, I'd say no problem...

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47 minutes ago, John Morrison said:

Evidence, please. Shot from a public place, I'd say no problem...

 

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https://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/Geo5/15-16/86/section/41

 

41 Prohibition on taking photographs, &c., in court.

(1)No person shall—

(a)take or attempt to take in any court any photograph, or with a view to publication make or attempt to make in any court any portrait or sketch, of any person, being a judge of the court or a juror or a witness in or a party to any proceedings before the court, whether civil or criminal; or

(b)publish any photograph, portrait or sketch taken or made in contravention of the foregoing provisions of this section or any reproduction thereof;

and if any person acts in contravention of this section he shall, on summary conviction, be liable in respect of each offence to a fine not exceeding fifty pounds.

[F1(1A)See section 32 of the Crime and Courts Act 2013 for power to provide for exceptions.]

(2)For the purposes of this section—

[F2(a)the expression “court” means any court of justice (including the court of a coroner), apart from the Supreme Court;]

(b)the expression “Judge” includes . . . F3, registrar, magistrate, justice and coroner:

(c)a photograph, portrait or sketch shall be deemed to be a photograph, portrait or sketch taken or made in court if it is taken or made in the court–room or in the building or in the precincts of the building in which the court is held, or if it is a photograph, portrait or sketch taken or made of the person while he is entering or leaving the court–room or any such building or precincts as aforesaid.

 

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Now, what counts as 'precincts' can be debated.....and there is an entire photojournalists industry based on the 'court snatch'

The intention of the law is pretty clear - to protect the judge/jurers/witnesses in cases. Not to outlaw shots of the buildings themselves

 

km

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2 minutes ago, RedSnapper said:

 

https://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/Geo5/15-16/86/section/41

 

41 Prohibition on taking photographs, &c., in court.

(1)No person shall—

(a)take or attempt to take in any court any photograph, or with a view to publication make or attempt to make in any court any portrait or sketch, of any person, being a judge of the court or a juror or a witness in or a party to any proceedings before the court, whether civil or criminal; or

(b)publish any photograph, portrait or sketch taken or made in contravention of the foregoing provisions of this section or any reproduction thereof;

and if any person acts in contravention of this section he shall, on summary conviction, be liable in respect of each offence to a fine not exceeding fifty pounds.

[F1(1A)See section 32 of the Crime and Courts Act 2013 for power to provide for exceptions.]

(2)For the purposes of this section—

[F2(a)the expression “court” means any court of justice (including the court of a coroner), apart from the Supreme Court;]

(b)the expression “Judge” includes . . . F3, registrar, magistrate, justice and coroner:

(c)a photograph, portrait or sketch shall be deemed to be a photograph, portrait or sketch taken or made in court if it is taken or made in the court–room or in the building or in the precincts of the building in which the court is held, or if it is a photograph, portrait or sketch taken or made of the person while he is entering or leaving the court–room or any such building or precincts as aforesaid.

 

 

km

You beat me to it by a minute Keith ... Criminal Justice Act, 1925

:-)

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Correct me if I'm wrong (nothing new there) but doesn't the above just refer to photographing people?

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Following are all from Williams, T Viking Britain. William Collins. 2017. ISBN: 978-0-00-817195-7

 

Borg Viking Museum on Lofoten Islands, CPYDC3, RIEGER Bertrand / hemis.fr
Sigurd 'Dragon Killer' rune stone, ARBWTW, Richard Ashworth/robertharding
Anglo-Saxon font at Deerhurst, BJ8KAW, Colin Underhill
crypt of St Wystan's church at Repton, DDYCAC, E&E Image Library/Heritage Image Partnership Ltd
Stockholm Codex Aureus, HX1GJ4, Art Collection 3
whalebone plaque, G1DETE, World History Archive
Overton Hill as drawn by Stukeley, G3B8KA or A66YRC, Chronicle [identical]
Viking gravestone found in London, FF93YY, Granger Historical Picture Archive

 

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25 minutes ago, Vincent Lowe said:

Correct me if I'm wrong (nothing new there) but doesn't the above just refer to photographing people?

Vincent, it applies to the buildings and to the area surrounding the court. They can define any area they like too. (See below)

 

"a photograph, portrait or sketch taken or made in court if it is taken or made in the court–room or in the building or in the precincts of the building in which the court is held, "

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12 minutes ago, TeeCee said:

Vincent, it applies to the buildings and to the area surrounding the court. They can define any area they like too. (See below)

 

"a photograph, portrait or sketch taken or made in court if it is taken or made in the court–room or in the building or in the precincts of the building in which the court is held, "

 

I appreciate what you are saying but the way I read it is that that section [F2] is just defining the terms referred to in the previous section (1) where it says - take or attempt to take in any court any photograph, or with a view to publication make or attempt to make in any court any portrait or sketch, of any person, being a judge of the court or a juror or a witness....

 

So it seems to me that for the purposes of the act, it's defining 'photograph' as a photograph of a person.  However, I'm no lawyer and this is getting off topic so I'll leave it there.

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