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21 minutes ago, domf said:

 

Youths swimming and jumping into the Lennard River, Gibb River Road, Kimberley, WA, Australia. 

- Image ID: MT6M22     Low to mid $$

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It's a series! Well done.

Gen

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On 04/05/2019 at 10:33, Bryan said:

Don't have many RF, but this is one of them. Borrowdale from Castle Crag, English Lake District. Mid $$ for 50MB file, 3MB compressed. Consumer goods packaging, software, music.

 

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I keep thinking of this picture, reminding me that we really ought to return to the Lakes after many years. The influx of visitors puts me off, though. Anyway, it's a beautiful landscape.

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Second sale of the month, and so far May is looking much better than April with a lot of zooms too. Second $$ sale.

 

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Pleased with this one on a "Coals to Newcastle basis"; Swisscom balloon taken at the Flims Balloon festival in Switzerland and sold for $$$ to Switzerland for Newspaper Editorial print and digital use

 

Kumar

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22 hours ago, Richard Baker said:

 

I keep thinking of this picture, reminding me that we really ought to return to the Lakes after many years. The influx of visitors puts me off, though. Anyway, it's a beautiful landscape.

 

Thanks Richard.

 

We live within easy driving distance of the lakes, and try to get there whenever there is a prospect of better weather  - coming from the drier east of the country that doesn't happen all that often!  When the sun does shine there it is like heaven on earth. Our days of walking the high fells are probably over, but there are still plenty of flatter routes, that, away from the more beaten tracks, are a pleasure to explore.

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Presentation use calculator price, at 50% exclusive to Alamy commission.

 

No tripod but electronic shutter release. Camera rested on ground to look up. Wide angle lens to include forest environment. Wide angle lens, set on macro, positioned close to flower. F stop selected so depth of field restricted to flower. Knees on pants dirty.

 

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21 minutes ago, Bill Brooks said:

Presentation use calculator price, at 50% exclusive to Alamy commission.

 

No tripod but electronic shutter release. Camera rested on ground to look up. Wide angle lens to include forest environment. Wide angle lens, set on macro, positioned close to flower. F stop selected so depth of field restricted to flower. Knees on pants dirty.

 

 

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May has been a slow month but had four sales drop in today so that has helped with the drought.  This one taken in Williamsburg, Virginia.  Use was travel related packaging for mid $$.

 

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My best sale yet - roller coaster at Six Flags in Maryland. I hope this one finally gets me over the pay threshold!
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Country: Worldwide
Usage: Editorial
Media: Magazine - print, digital and electronic
Print run: up to 150,000
Placement: Inside
Image Size: 1 page
Start: 10 May 2019
End: 10 May 2024
Duration: 1 month. Bookazine. Repeat use included in a single bookazine project

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On 09/05/2019 at 08:08, Bryan said:

 

Thanks Richard.

 

We live within easy driving distance of the lakes, and try to get there whenever there is a prospect of better weather  - coming from the drier east of the country that doesn't happen all that often!  When the sun does shine there it is like heaven on earth. Our days of walking the high fells are probably over, but there are still plenty of flatter routes, that, away from the more beaten tracks, are a pleasure to explore.

 

You're still lucky to have lived there for so long. I last walked there in '76 while on Outward Bound and never experienced that thrill since.

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Bus stop, Elephant & Castle, 1979. TV use, worldwide unlimited transmissions, 10 years. High mid $$.
Wish I had a bunch more of these. Time for a rummage.
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2 hours ago, spacecadet said:
Bus stop, Elephant & Castle, 1979. TV use, worldwide unlimited transmissions, 10 years. High mid $$.
Wish I had a bunch more of these. Time for a rummage.
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Lovely image! You had your stepladder with you?

 

wim

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1 hour ago, wiskerke said:

 

Lovely image! You had your stepladder with you?

 

wim

That hadn't occurred to me before, but it looks that way!

No, these were student days, I must have stood on something and waited for people to stop looking at me. Or there was a walkway or something.

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