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Guardian Online  
27.09.19

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/sep/27/saudi-arabia-offer-tourist-visas-for-first-time
MH0YJK  Eric Lafforgue Qsar farid nabataean tomb in madain saleh archaeologic site
 

28.09.19
https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2019/sep/28/climbing-everest-in-england-from-cornwall-peak-district-scafell-pike
BCDDCM  Eric Murphy The Boxing Glove stones on the northern edge of the Kinder Scout plateau in the Peak District
F60NC1  John Husband Brea Hill
BN5H3B  David Chapman  Garrow Tor; Bodmin Moor; Brown Willy in background
ANXEPJ  David Taylor The snowy flanks of Cheviot from near the summit of Wideopen Hill
BR2JFJ  John Oakey Walker approaching the summit of Scafell Pike
 

29.09.19
https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2019/sep/29/explore-florence-by-bike-art-food-tuscany
CTF6PM  Jeffrey Blackler  Ponte Santa Trinita in Florence
JGETHD Peter Horree  St Catherine of Sienna de Ricci by Sister by Plautilla Nelli
EYCBB6  Bailey Cooper Mercato Centrale indoor market,  Florence

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2019/sep/29/james-wong-gardens-skip-the-chores-enjoy-autumn
C8F954 Mike Walker  VIVID AUTUMN COLOURS ACROSS THE LAKE AT SHEFFIELD PARK ESTATE

 

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USA, The New York Times newspaper, Kids section, Sept 29th 2019

 

Pg, 2, Music composer, Giorgio Moroder, AF Archive

 

GIORGIO MORODER MUSIC COMPOSER (1984) Stock Photo

 

Pg. 2, The music band, Weezer, United Archives GmbH

 

Die amerikanische Alternative Rock Band Weezer bestehend aus Brian Bell, Patrick Wilson, Matt Sharp und Rivers Cuomo, Stock Photo

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29/09/2019, Observer [Review section], p26, 23andMe saliva sample kit, DRTN9T, David Bro/ZUMA PRESS INC
29/09/2019, Observer [Magazine], p40, autumn at Stourhead, T34GBN, ALAN MORGAN PHOTOGRAPHY [Alamy credit only]
29/09/2019, Observer [Magazine], p40, robin, AG41N1, Tim Gainey [Alamy credit only]
29/09/2019, Observer [Magazine], p42, Mercato Centrale indoor market in Florence, EYCBB6, Bailey-Cooper Photography [Alamy credit only]
29/09/2019, Observer [Magazine], p43, Ponte Santa Trinita in Florence, CTF6PM, Jeffrey Blackler [Alamy credit only]
29/09/2019, Observer [Magazine], p43, St Catherine of Sienna de Ricci, JGETHD, Peter Horree [Alamy credit only]
29/09/2019, Observer, p12, Tahiti, credited to Alamy but I can't find it
29/09/2019, Observer, p16, illustration from A Christmas Carol, credited to Alamy but too many similar
29/09/2019, Observer, p29, 'Mind The Gap' tube sign, KYW7A3, RichSTOCK [No credit - poss not via Alamy]
29/09/2019, Observer, p30, Rubber Soul, AX6M25, Pictorial Press Ltd [Alamy credit only]
29/09/2019, Observer, p46, yew in Church Preen churchyard, KJB25M, MH Country [Alamy credit only]
29/09/2019, Observer, p47, yew at Stow-on-the-Wold, JHEX8T, Stuart Black [Alamy credit only]
29/09/2019, Observer, p56, jets taking off from Gatwick, AM1G4F, Roger Bamber [No credit - poss not via Alamy]
29/09/2019, Observer, p57, baby on aircraft seat, MC20G1, Tatyana Tomsickova [Alamy credit only]
29/09/2019, Observer, p60, London Routemaster bus, CNBNJ4, Justin Kase ztwoz [Cutout & cropped. Alamy credit only]
29/09/2019, Observer, p69, pig in the New Forest, F6Y619, Joana Kruse [No credit - poss not via Alamy]

 

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28/09/2019 Daily Mail Weekend (print)

Apple Charlotte dessert. C8B31P Image Professional

Jar of home made spiced plum chutney with fruit and spices surrounding. E7D774 Brian Rogers

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Guardian Online  
30.09.19

https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2019/sep/30/dublin-ireland-locals-guide-moli-literature-museums-pubs-restaurants
GE3A51 travelib  Dublin Castle, elevated view of Dubhlinn Gardens from Chester Beatty Library Roof Garden
B1R4XH Design Pics Inc/Stock Image Collectors  Dublin Traditional Pubs, Nearys, Chatham Street
KXDY8N dbimages/Allen Brown Marsh's Library, Dublin

 

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You’re welcome John Sosna

 

Thanks for spot Steve Nigel
27/09/2019, Guardian, p45, older couple looking in estate agent's window, DH4RKB, PURPLE MARBLES

 

https://www.theguardian.com/money/2019/sep/30/mysell-house-to-a-friend-care-home
Ian Shaw   ELDERLY LADY HAPPY TEA CARER CARE ROOM HOME KINDNESS Happy elderly lady receives cup of tea from carer nurse companion in her light airy sitting room - Image ID: AWRHGJ

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Very welcome Nigel
Steve

 

30/09/2019, Guardian [Journal section], p4, banner at canary Wharf, BYBE90, Ashley Cooper pics [cropped to vertical]
30/09/2019, Guardian G2, p10, Philadelphia zoo, HYXKBW, Joel Sartore/National Geographic Image Collection

 

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https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2019/sep/28/gardens-drive-through-europe-inspiring-wildflowers-matt-collins
blickwinkel    common sainfoin (Onobrychis viciifolia), Country lane, Italy, Tuscany - Image ID: AJ6G2K
Brian & Sophia Fuller      Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla vulgaris), group in meadow - Image ID: C03TTK


https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/sep/29/centrica-to-use-customers-hot-water-tanks-to-stop-blackouts
Simon Dack   British Gas smart meter showing consumption of electricity and gas used with domestic appliance a kettle in the kitchen - Image ID: F1B8E8

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29/09/2019 Mail On Sunday (print)

Terrace of the Sirenuse Hotel, Positano, Italy. D72RK3 Blaine Harrington III

Erythronium dens-canis, common name dog's tooth violet. J03NR3 Jose Okolo

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This has probably been asked before so I apologize ahead (can't find the answer):   How do you guys find images at all these places?   Naturally I know of google reverse image search,  or even simple google text <photographer or alias name> <alamy> search (i.e. "John Smith Alamy")   but are you using some other way as well?

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Windows 10 wallpaper-opening screen 9-30-2019

 

Mountains sunset landscape. Julian alps in Europe. Slovenia and Italy in a distance. Stock Photo

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30/09/2019 Daily Mail (print)

Stone statue of a discus thrower. A006DF Eureka

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23 minutes ago, Autumn Sky said:

This has probably been asked before so I apologize ahead (can't find the answer):   How do you guys find images at all these places?   Naturally I know of google reverse image search,  or even simple google text <photographer or alias name> <alamy> search (i.e. "John Smith Alamy")   but are you using some other way as well?

 

My finds are from print copies of newspapers or magazines. It's just a question of putting the appropriate keywords into the Alamy search engine and then scrolling through the results. Some are easy to find, others impossible.

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25 minutes ago, Autumn Sky said:

.....google reverse image search,  or even simple google text <photographer or alias name> <alamy> search (i.e. "John Smith Alamy")   but are you using some other way as well?

That's how these wonderful people accredit an image to a particular contributor, but step one is simply to see an image credited to Alamy in a newspaper, book etc

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1 hour ago, Avpics said:

That's how these wonderful people accredit an image to a particular contributor, but step one is simply to see an image credited to Alamy in a newspaper, book etc

Thank you;   I thought there was some other online method I was not aware off

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13 hours ago, jodyko said:

Windows 10 wallpaper-opening screen 9-30-2019

 

Mountains sunset landscape. Julian alps in Europe. Slovenia and Italy in a distance. Stock Photo

 

My Windows 10 image was different to that one! It was from G*%£&.

 

John.

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1 hour ago, Stokie said:

 

My Windows 10 image was different to that one! It was from G*%£&.

 

John.

 

I have two Desktops with Windows 10 and they rarely show the same password screen image at the same time.

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26/09/2019, Waitrose Weekend, p19, blue spirulina algae powder, TCM32W, vivoo [Alamy credit only]

 

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17 hours ago, davidhu said:

 

My finds are from print copies of newspapers or magazines. It's just a question of putting the appropriate keywords into the Alamy search engine and then scrolling through the results. Some are easy to find, others impossible.

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5 hours ago, Stokie said:

 

My Windows 10 image was different to that one! It was from G*%£&.

If I understand correctly then I think it probably varies by machine and user. If I "like" the wallpaper it will stay for a few days. If I'm "Not a fan" it will change on the next reboot. And yes many of mine are from other name restricted agencies.

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On 30/09/2019 at 20:01, Autumn Sky said:

This has probably been asked before so I apologize ahead (can't find the answer):   How do you guys find images at all these places?   Naturally I know of google reverse image search,  or even simple google text <photographer or alias name> <alamy> search (i.e. "John Smith Alamy")   but are you using some other way as well?

You can also install Tineye into your browser - another reverse search facility.
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