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2 hours ago, Nigel Kirby said:


https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/11369152/asda-shoppers-queue-around-block-stock-up-stores-shut-easter/
Simon Dack      Brighton UK 10th April 2020 - Shoppers queue early on Good Friday morning around the car park at the Asda supermarket in Hollingbury Brighton . The government has told the public not to go out over the Easter weekend despite the forecast good weather during the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic crisis .

Credit: Simon Dack / Alamy Live News - Image ID: 2BDWCEY

Thanks for spotting those Nigel

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On 03/04/2020 at 06:57, Bryan said:

 

 

 

Bristol, UK. 26th Feb, 2020. The University and College Union (UCU) lecturer strike was supported by students and other local groups.Credit: Mr Standfast/Alamy Live News - Image ID: 2B1JNKF

 

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Guardian online,  (and a serious: Seriously?  rich people thinking laws don't apply to them)

 

 

French police turn back private jet of holidaymakers from UK

 

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/apr/10/french-police-turn-back-private-jet-of-holidaymakers-from-uk

 

 

Uwe Deffner  -  Embraer Legacy SP-FMG at Farnborough Airport, UK.  Image ID: KTHM33

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, meanderingemu said:

Guardian online,  (and a serious: Seriously?  rich people thinking laws don't apply to them)

 

French police turn back private jet of holidaymakers from UK

Lovely article. Those innocent holidaymakers. With their private jet.

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several nationalities including Croatian, German, French, Romanian and Ukrainian,

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The men, aged 40-50, and women, aged 23-25.

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I'll let the nnww to you guys.

 

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1 hour ago, meanderingemu said:

Guardian online,  (and a serious: Seriously?  rich people thinking laws don't apply to them)

 

 

French police turn back private jet of holidaymakers from UK

 

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/apr/10/french-police-turn-back-private-jet-of-holidaymakers-from-uk

 

 

Uwe Deffner  -  Embraer Legacy SP-FMG at Farnborough Airport, UK.  Image ID: KTHM33

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks for spotting!

 

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10/04/2020 Daily Telegraph  (print)

The first "cardboard comrades" - fans of Borussia Monchengladbach - are installed in the stadium as an attempt to add atmosphere to the upcoming "ghost" games. 2BDPD2C dpa picture alliance/live news

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39 minutes ago, Bryan said:

Times Online 11th

 

Scotland

 

Sally Anderson - supermarket queue - can't find it

Thanks Bryan. That’s 2BC06NE North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom. 2nd April 2020. Covid-19 Lockdown: shoppers queue at safe social distancing at Tesco supermarket during the Coronavirus pandemic

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1 hour ago, Bryan said:

Times Online 11th

Scotland

A82, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, UK. 9th Apr, 2020. empty fruit and vegetable boxes dumped in a lay-by off the A82 next to Loch Lomond Kay Roxby/Alamy Live News - Image ID: 2BDR3TB

 

 

Thanks Bryan! :)

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On 07/04/2020 at 20:35, meanderingemu said:

Bing Image of the Day, April 7, 2020

 

Once in a pink moon© Simon Maycock/Alamy Live News

 

 

Penzance, Cornwall, UK. 11th April 2017. UK Weather. The April full moon, or pink Moon, rises over St Michaels Mount tonight. - Image ID: J0CYXC

 

 

Thanks for the spot - don't think I've had one of those before 🙂

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On 09/04/2020 at 15:46, SShep said:


May 2020, Coast, p122, beach huts at Southend, H92766, Eden Breitz


ISSN: 17425840

Thanks so much for the spot and the ISSN!

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El País El Viajero 10.04.2020

 

M80AYX Richard Ellis Costumed as old men traditional dancers perform the La Danza de los Viejitos or Old Man Dance in Plaza Vasco De Quiroga in Patzcuaro, Michoacan, Mexico.

R6A4C2  Nikreates  Trastevere street scene, Rome, Italy

R9G438  Alvaro Moreno  Dome and frescoes of the church of San Antonio de los Alemanes in Madrid, Spain

TXJ4CA John Frost Newspapers 1910 Daily Mirror front page Florence Nightingale dead

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Umm, really not sure about posting this - it is very old - but I've only just found it and, having done a search here, it hasn't been posted on the forum before.  Apparently the contributor hasn't been seen on the forums since 2017!

 

I know that people here (Yorkie - Rob Cook, among them) do regular searches on the Smithsonian website/magazine, so I'm not going to start trawling the website for historical articles/Alamy licences, but here's one not reported before:

 

Smithsonian Magazine, July 31, 2017 (!)

The Fascinating, Regal History Behind Britain’s Swans

 

BGWCA3 by Michael Winters

the-annual-swan-upping-ceremony-at-henle

 

 

 

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Just reporting that Culture Trip seems to have greatly increased number of Alamy images in recent week, as they push many new post in their ways to deal with travel downturn. 

 

Here are a few just from their landing page (starting with one from the Forum question side) .  they are painful to search, as they don't have a New article feature,

but they do use Alamy pseudonyms in credits, so Google search for "Culture trip Alamy -alamy.com YourPseudonym"  provides results

 

https://theculturetrip.com/asia/china/articles/the-great-face-mask-debate-the-great-face-mask-debate/

 

A woman wears a face mask to protect herself from the spread of coronavirus | © Perry Svensson

Travellers take precautions by wearing face masks in London © Jeff Gilbert

There is some evidence that standard surgical masks can counteract droplet-borne transmission © Vlad Ispas

Italy has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic © Aliaksandr Mazurkevic

Citizens and tourists stroll through Milan city centre © Alberto Grosescu 

A nurse tests for coronavirus in Germany © Jürgen Fälchle

 

 

https://theculturetrip.com/asia/china/articles/coronavirus-chinese-people-worldwide-share-thoughts-on-the-outbreak/

 

A moment of solidarity, as the local community in Kajang, Selangor in southwestern Malaysia wrote words of good wishes to fight COVID-19 | © Xinhua 

Panic-buying coupled with temporary shortages can be observed in cities around the globe. On 30 January, the dairy section at this Beijing supermarket couldn’t escape the raid © Newscom 

The 18th-century imperial palace in Chengde suffered another cold winter in 2020, and was then closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak © Xinhua

Singaporeans are keen not to let the virus get in their way © ZUMA Press Inc

A sign reading ‘Good luck, China’ and ‘Good luck, Wuhan’ was positioned outside a shop in Tokyo’s Ginza district, which was distributing free face masks © Xinhua

Victoria, the capital city of Canada’s westernmost province British Columbia, is fondly nicknamed ‘the Garden City’ and frequented by domestic and international tourists © Cody Duncan

Toilet paper and disposable wipes are among the commodities that temporarily went out of stock at a supermarket in Melbourne © Chris Putnam

On 13 February, a fully scrubbed medical staff was waiting to transfer suspected cases of the virus to a local hospital in Bengbu, Anhui province © Xinhua 

 

https://theculturetrip.com/asia/articles/how-to-visit-the-new-seven-wonders-of-the-world-from-your-living-room/

 

The Great Wall of China is the longest man-made structure in the world © Craig Hallewell

The temples and pyramids of Chichén Itzá attract over a million tourists per year © Konstantin Kalishko

 

https://theculturetrip.com/europe/united-kingdom/england/london/articles/faith-in-the-time-of-covid-19-celebrating-easter-in-lockdown/

 

Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulchre, believed by Christians to house Christ’s tomb, has closed due to coronavirus | © www.BibleLandPictures.com 
Nicosia is the divided capital city of Cyprus | © Jeff Morgan 09
Westminster Cathedral is the centre of the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales | © A.P.S. (UK)
Following the coronavirus outbreak, the Italian government imposed strict limitations on movement, leaving St Peter’s Square close to empty | © Sirio Carnevalino
 
Imagine yourself away to the ancient lands of Peru | © Sorin Colac
Llamas, colorful alpaca yarn and mountains set the scene of Peru – all that’s needed is the zampoña music © Sébastien Lecocq
Peruvian ceviche is the original, and is supremely delicious © Fudio
Peruvian pisco sours are made with egg white and angostura bitter drops on top © daniel san martin
Artefacts like figures from the Wari culture can be seen virtually at the National Museum of Archeology, Anthropology and History of Peru located in Lima © agefotostock
Explore the ancient and holy city of Machu Picchu from afar © Anna Stowe Travel 
Mario Vargas Llosa is one of the most renowned Peruvian authors © agefotostock
 
 
Antarctica is currently the only continent without coronavirus | © robertharding 
Antarctica is home to a number of research stations including Brown Station – an Argentine Antarctic base named after Admiral William Brown | © Sharon Jones 
Tuvalu is made up of a collection of islands in Polynesia | © Global Warming Images
 
W Martyn, a family business in Muswell Hill, north London, is offering free local delivery | © Jeff Gilbert 
Ridley Road is one of the few markets still running in Hackney | © Alex Segre
Fresh flowers bring new energy to indoor spaces | © Konstantin Malkov 
Support your local bookshop online | © Roberto La Rosa
 
 
An almost deserted Trafalgar Square, in central London, as tourists and sightseers stay away and locals go into lockdown | © Paul Marriott 
People in face masks near the London Eye, before London went into lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak | © Richard Splash
The streets around St Paul’s Cathedral, in the City of London, are deserted | © Rod Olukoya
People are social distancing and wearing masks to prevent the spread of Covid-19 | © Guy Bell 
 
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Trail Magazine (UK) May issue. 


Page 91.  James Osmond  - J2678M - Hillwalker on Black Hill in the Black Mountains. Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales. 

Pages 106/107.  Christian Heintzen - R1TX8M - Moffat hills across Moffat Dale from near Bodesbeck Law, Scotland.

Page 112.  Alan Novelli - B87BCH - The Tower & Alport Castles, Alport Dale, Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, England.

 

ISSN:  1361-9748 

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1 hour ago, meanderingemu said:

Just reporting that Culture Trip seems to have greatly increased number of Alamy images in recent week, as they push many new post in their ways to deal with travel downturn. 

 

Here are a few just from their landing page (starting with one from the Forum question side) .  they are painful to search, as they don't have a New article feature,

but they do use Alamy pseudonyms in credits, so Google search for "Culture trip Alamy -alamy.com YourPseudonym"  provides results

 

Thanks for your work - none of mine there.

 

Just to refine that a little, if I may? The precise Google search to limit results to that site alone would be: "site:theculturetrip.com Alamy -alamy.com YourPseudonym"

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11/04/2020 Daily Mail Weekend (print)

Canna lily variety President, a cut out of DYFK9R Peter Etchells

Clematis Montana flower buds and leaves isolated against a white background. CP3M8E Richard Griffin

Cooked lamb chops with chimichurri sauce. DWEF07 Brent Hofacker

Stack of Easter holiday hot cross buns isolated on a white background. FFHX12 Clare Jackson

A Blue Tit hovering above a teasel head. RFXNF8 Brett Pearson

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Pearl Bucknall Image ID: 2AXJGWH Great Laxey Wheel, also known as the Lady Isabella

 

Practical motorhome June 2020.

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Guardian online....

 

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/apr/05/thousands-to-be-paid-for-daytime-green-electricity-use-during-lockdown

Teesside Windfarm, near Redcar, north-east England. Windfarms contributed 40% of UK electricity on Sunday morning. Photograph: Bill Allsopp/Alamy

 

https://www.theguardian.com/books/2020/apr/11/recommending-books-is-high-risk-but-its-also-high-reward

‘Woefully, nobody recommends any books to me, the great recommender.’ Photograph: RayArt Graphics/Alamy

 

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2020/apr/11/h-is-for-free-houseplants-an-a-z-of-transforming-your-space-in-lockdown

Wander round gardens such as Hestercombe from the comfort of your home. Illustration: Nishant Choksi/The Guardian. Photograph: Guy Edwardes/Alamy

 

 

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New Statesman, 1st April 2020

Comfort and joy

 

A70THM by Pictorial Press Ltd

shawshank-redemption-1994-rankcastle-roc

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