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1 hour ago, Bryan said:

Cheers Eden, Peter and Iain !

 

Times online 30th

 

Realimage  British UK money sterling £10 and £5 notes GBP and a pile of new issue pounds one pound coins cash. Saving money savings concept. England UK Britain - Image ID: KB914P

 

Many thanks again for your good work Bryan

 

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On 27/03/2020 at 20:31, SShep said:

April 2020, Country Walking, p62, Ridgeway at Hackpen Hill, BNHJT8, Anna Stowe Landscapes UK

 

Thank you Steve - very much appreciated.  And won't it be nice when we can all drive out and do some country walking again.....

Anna

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You’re welcome aphperspective
Nigel

 

Sun Online   29/03/2020
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/11281562/restrictions-coronavirus-six-months-medical-officer/
Arch White       Portobello, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. 29th Mar 2020. Moody empty beach on this cloudy morning at 3 degrees centigrade with the occasional ray of sunshine peaking through the clouds. Normally, there would be many more dog walkers and pedestrians than are visible this morning. Credit: Arch White/ Alamy Live News. - Image ID: 2BAPP12


Sun Online   30/03/2020
https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/11259792/which-shops-open-today-lockdown/
Iconic Cornwall     poundland pound land Shop store name sign building exterior facade entrance Nottingham City centre UK GB England Nottinghamshire - Image ID: F5758B
Roger Utting     Reading, United Kingdom - May 05 2018: The sign above the entrance of Home Bargains at Reading Link Retail Park - Image ID: MTX72K
Justin Kase zsixz     B&M Retail home store shopping business customer entrance at the Lakeside retail park West Thurrock Essex England UK - Image ID: EEG2D6
Justin Kase zninez       Wilko store front and windows (was known as Wilkinson Hardware Stores) - Image ID: ENJD5W

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The Sun

Carluccio’s restaurant Credit: Alamy mainpicture DGJ6BA

Byron burger restaurant Credit: Alamy UrbanImages KXJK06

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Guardian Online   30/03/2020
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/mar/30/morrisons-gives-food-banks-10m-during-coronavirus-outbreak
Lucy Piper     Food bank, Cornwall UK. - Image ID: HKK468
https://www.theguardian.com/crosswords/crossword-blog/2020/mar/30/crossword-roundup-fancy-learning-cryptic-crosswords-during-coronavirus-lockdown
Darren Marshall      Cryptic crossword - Image ID: A90XM8
https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2020/mar/30/peace-and-dignity-journeys-ultramarathon-noe-alvarez
Walter Bibikow     Highway 82, Tombstone, Arizona, USA - Image ID: A8XDDB (Cropped)
https://www.theguardian.com/money/2020/mar/30/first-time-buyers-how-will-coronavirus-crisis-affect-our-move
Martyn Evans     young couple moving house loading furniture into removal van - Image ID: CBXY3H
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/mar/30/england-public-health-coronavirus-cuts-regional
Ket Sang Tai     Ambulances queuing outside Birmingham City Hospital Accident and Emergency Department - Image ID: M6WKXG
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/mar/30/giant-leap-for-toadkind-after-yorkshire-fell-runs-are-cancelled
FLPA
      Common Toad (Bufo bufo) adult, with toad crossing sign in background, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, april - Image ID: CNN4NN

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Thanks for the spot Cassius, much appreciated.

You're welcome Anna - looking though that magazine felt like visiting the distant past.

We're running short of wine here so there might be another search through the Guardian in the next few days!

Keep safe.  Steve

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Posted (edited)
43 minutes ago, SShep said:

We're running short of wine here

Majestic are still delivering but we found it easier to call as the online system wasn't keeping up with the stock very well. Delivery is up to 14 days however, so mind you don't run out!

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Posted (edited)
2 hours ago, Nigel Kirby said:

Guardian Online   30/03/2020
Martyn Evans     young couple moving house loading furniture into removal van - Image ID: CBXY3H
https://www.theguardian.com/money/2020/mar/30/first-time-buyers-how-will-coronavirus-crisis-affect-our-move

 

Many Thanks Nigel ...

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Cropped but i thing this is the one they used

 

Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. 23 August 2019. AC Grayling is one of the country's foremost philosophers and has produced a brilliantly readable and authoritative survey of his discipline. The History of Philosophy is a landmark tome bringing western and eastern thought together. Iain Masterton/Alamy Live News. Image ID: WB1G0F

 

 

This article was first published in the March 28, 2020 issue of the New Zealand Listener.  so not sure what license states.

 

https://www.noted.co.nz/culture/culture-books/ac-grayling-the-good-state-book-review

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3 hours ago, meanderingemu said:

Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. 23 August 2019. AC Grayling is one of the country's foremost philosophers and has produced a brilliantly readable and authoritative survey of his discipline. The History of Philosophy is a landmark tome bringing western and eastern thought together. Iain Masterton/Alamy Live News. Image ID: WB1G0F

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USA, Travel + Leisure magazine, April 2020 issue

 

Pg. 61, Naomi Watanabe, Aflo

 

Japanese comedienne Naomi Watanabe attends "Beautycon Tokyo" photocall in Tokyo, Japan on June 15, 2019. Credit: Motoo Naka/AFLO/Alamy Live News Stock Photo

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Guardian Online
30.03.20

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/mar/30/have-you-noticed-changes-to-wildlife-due-to-the-uk-coronavirus-lockdown
BDDMTP Nigel Pye Eurasian Oystercatcher, Haematopus ostralegus

31.03.20
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/mar/31/country-diary-beauty-and-the-bee-orchids
DJ0YAW Malcolm Schuyl Bee Orchid (Ophrys apifera) close-up of single flower

 

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1 hour ago, Bryan said:

Kumar Sriskandan  Graduating graduates throwing their hats in the air on graduation day, UEA ( University of East Anglia ), Norwich England UK - Image ID: E5D7N4

Thanks Bryan!

 

Cheers

 

Kumar

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23 hours ago, SShep said:

We're running short of wine here

 

Oh blimey!  Now that really is a crisis! 🙄 🍷

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Sun Online   30/03/2020
https://www.thesun.co.uk/travel/11165610/coronavirus-disney-world-florida-reopen/
Helen Sessions     Shopping and Dining at Hollywood Studios, Hollywood & Vine Restaurant, Disney World Resort, Orlando Florida - Image ID: DH825G
https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/11287898/bt-sport-customers-claim-subscription-costs/
True Images     BT Sport App on an iPhone - Image ID: M9MREX
https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/11286431/brighthouse-carluccios-administration-jobs-risk-return-items-repay-loans/
Mark Richardson   A Bright House store U.K. city. - Image ID: BH9YG9
mainpicture    Italian Carluccio's Restaurants and Bar on Garratt Lane in affluent and gentrified Earlsfield south west London sw18 - Image ID: DGJ6BA

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15 hours ago, meanderingemu said:

Stay Curious: Experience New York City From Your Living Room

 

https://theculturetrip.com/north-america/usa/new-york/new-york-city/articles/how-to-experience-new-york-city-from-your-living-room/

 

New York Harbor view of One World Trade Center and Downtown Manhattan | © Francois Roux Image ID: F3X5N9

After Hours scene © Photo 12  Image ID: C5K8FT

George Gershwin, born in Brooklyn and raised in the Yiddish Theatre District, understood the rhythm of the city © colaimages Image ID: F4W572

Seagram Building  © Patti McConville Image ID: DFA2BJ

The Manhattan is two ounces rye, one ounce sweet vermouth and two dashes Angostura bitters © jefftakespics2 Image ID: DXBXY3

An Art installation in the Museum of Modern Art in New York © Gregory Davies  Image ID: B8BPC4

 

 

 

seriously red arrow for reporting sales.  You might not like the agreement Alamy has with the organisation, but i thought this thread was for people to find out where their images were used.  

 

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55 minutes ago, meanderingemu said:

 

 

seriously red arrow for reporting sales.  You might not like the agreement Alamy has with the organisation, but i thought this thread was for people to find out where their images were used.  

 

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Yes, I noticed that as well. Probably someone pressing the wrong arrow by mistake.

 

31/03/2020 Daily Telegraph (print)

"Stand Here To Queue" signs on the floor of Marks and Spencer foodhall, Streatham, South London. 2BB52BG Sam Mellish/Live News

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56 minutes ago, davidhu said:

Yes, I noticed that as well. Probably someone pressing the wrong arrow by mistake.

 

 

 

 

 

i saw it as an editorial comment about Alamy's deal with them.  My objective in including them in the Found image, is to make sure they are at least held accountable for the use.  Regardless of the $ issue, i find even more unacceptable that they aren't even held to higher standards  in exchange for the extra generous deal.  You would expect some  exclusivity or at least preferential provider status (not from what i see) and fast payment.  I have images that were used early December still unpaid. 

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7 hours ago, Bryan said:

 

Times online 31st

 

Ireland

 

Social distancing Tesco - can't find it

 

2BB47GR Michael Grubka Celbridge, Kildare, Ireland. 30th May, 2020. Covid-19 - Coronovirius Pandemic lockdown in Ireland - deserted streets of Celbridge, empty constructions sites and people practicing social distancing restrictions while shopping and exercising. Credit: Michael Grubka/Alamy Live News

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22 February 2020 New Scientist 

https://issuu.com/loopedsaxe3/docs/new_scu_46

 

p7 Lai Li - 2AXAM5A A drone carrying a QR code placard

p10 Marmaduke St. John - D5DXEY Una imagen de test de Rorschach Inkblot Deak

p13 US Air Force Photo - ERD553 MQ-9 Reaper

p14 Biosphoto - H8TN1T food waste

p16 Robert K. Chin - W1CR1F sweaty summer

p16 Thomas Söllner - PT28W0 Optic fiber cable 

p16 David Fleetham - MC8N4M Mangrove upsidedown jellyfish, Cassiopea xamachana

p19 Les. Ladbury - BC13TP Godin Norvegien Wood Burning Stove

p19 Nature Picture Library - HY1T94 Portrait of a young Badger (Meles meles).

p31 Jim West - T4BTWT Bernie Sanders campaigns for President in Macomb County

p41 shrimp

p42 chicken

p54 YAY Media AS - DN7FF2 Music notes out from Head design


 

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