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15 minutes ago, spacecadet said:

 

Thanks. The price is in tune with the weather. They are predicting new lows for late August Bank Holiday temps. At least they give a credit. 

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Country: Worldwide
Usage: Editorial
Media: Book, print and/or e-book
Print run: up to 5,000
Placement: Inside
Image Size: 1 page
Start: 28 August 2020
End: 28 August 2025
Print run: up to 2500

 

Mid $$

 

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Until the 27th, I had only 4 sales and was in despair. Then came x4 on 26th, x5 on 27th, x5 on 28th! All smallish values though.

 

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Its been a bit quite over the last few months what with political live news events being effected by covid 19 but, the last few days somebody must have lite the touch paper and the fireworks,  sorry sales have rocketed. Here are a few.

 

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1 hour ago, Alan Beastall said:

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That's on the OZ Oudezijds Voorburgwal (here on Google maps) (wiki here).  It's also the beginning of the Red Light District. The church at the end is the St Nicholas Basilica, while the tower of the Old Church is just visible on the left.

The modern bicycle he's riding is a slightly older (launched in 2010) VanMoof F5 with integrated lock. This is still a non-electrical bike, the innovation at the time was the integrating of the lock and a USB port (!). They now focus on electric bikes: VanMoof.

This bridge was known the world over as the Pillenbrug, the Pill Bridge in the not to distant past, and was to be avoided for all sorts of reasons even in the daytime.

I only see one cyclist btw. It seems that searches for bicycles in Amsterdam often include the keyword bridge also. (Yes I have some too.)

 

600m/2000ft from my birthplace (as the crow flies - to the left - the right being the Red Light District proper). 😃

 

wim

 

 

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Industry sector: Media, design & publishing
Start: 28 August 2020
End: 28 August 2022

 

Low $$. 

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7 hours ago, wiskerke said:

 

That's on the OZ Oudezijds Voorburgwal (here on Google maps) (wiki here).  It's also the beginning of the Red Light District. The church at the end is the St Nicholas Basilica, while the tower of the Old Church is just visible on the left.

The modern bicycle he's riding is a slightly older (launched in 2010) VanMoof F5 with integrated lock. This is still a non-electrical bike, the innovation at the time was the integrating of the lock and a USB port (!). They now focus on electric bikes: VanMoof.

This bridge was known the world over as the Pillenbrug, the Pill Bridge in the not to distant past, and was to be avoided for all sorts of reasons even in the daytime.

I only see one cyclist btw. It seems that searches for bicycles in Amsterdam often include the keyword bridge also. (Yes I have some too.)

 

600m/2000ft from my birthplace (as the crow flies - to the left - the right being the Red Light District proper). 😃

 

wim

 

 

 

Thanks Wim, some good key words I could use. I was quite impressed on that bike how the lights are installed into the top tube. If I had known how close you lived to the bridge I would popped in for a coffee. By the way I was not there for the sex.

 

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long wait for a plump sale B12PG3 for a bit over $900. Banking sector. There are over 800 pix on Alamy for Tabernas with pretend gun slingers among other things, but mine was shot before the whole place turned into a sort of theme park. Tried to drag the image in but it wouldn't budge

 

I've always said, if you have a decent sized collection of well edited images, you ought to win a nice fat fee once in awhile. One a year won't affect the yearly takings a huge amount but encourages that not all sales are tiddlers. Sadly, it seems impossible to predict what and when.

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Two nice high $$

 

Country: United States
Usage: Direct mail and brochures
Media: Catalog
Industry sector: Travel & tourism
Print run: up to 25,000
Placement: Inside
Image Size: 1 page
Start: 28 August 2020
End: 28 August 2023
Print run: up to 20,000; Duration: up to 5 years; Includes online pdf version of the catalog.

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2 hours ago, Robert M Estall said:

long wait for a plump sale B12PG3 for a bit over $900. Banking sector. There are over 800 pix on Alamy for Tabernas with pretend gun slingers among other things, but mine was shot before the whole place turned into a sort of theme park. Tried to drag the image in but it wouldn't budge

 

I've always said, if you have a decent sized collection of well edited images, you ought to win a nice fat fee once in awhile. One a year won't affect the yearly takings a huge amount but encourages that not all sales are tiddlers. Sadly, it seems impossible to predict what and when.

Congrats Robert! Good to hear.

 

KR

 

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3 hours ago, Alan Beastall said:

 

Thanks Wim, some good key words I could use. I was quite impressed on that bike how the lights are installed into the top tube. If I had known how close you lived to the bridge I would popped in for a coffee. By the way I was not there for the sex.

 

Alan

 

I have been living 20 km from there for ages now. The Old Church was where we went to church when I was a kid until they closed it for restoration. The back alley where we lived on the Singel canal was a sort of outpost of the Red Light District and was known throughout the city as Whore's Alley (Hoeresteegje). Like the Australians have mates and sheilas, Amsterdammers have aunts and uncles. Lots of nice ones watched over me when I learned to ride my little bike in that alley. 😁

 

Next time we will have that coffee!

 

wim

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Usage: Magazine, Editorial print and digital use. Any size.Any Placement.One time use only.
Industry sector: Media, design & publishing
Start: 28 August 2020
End: 28 August 2022

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I haven't posted much here because my sales have been dismal post-covid but this just sold on Saturday.  

 

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The beach at Seaside Florida.  U.S. magazine sale, use worldwide for one issue.  A travel magazine?  Didn't get what I would expect for a magazine but I'll take it.

 

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Nice low $$$

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Country: France
Usage: Editorial
Media: Book, print and/or e-book
Print run: up to 5,000
Placement: Front cover
Image Size: 1 page
Start: 28 August 2020
End: 28 August 2025

High $$ woo-hoo! Quadrupled my August take. At least the French and Germans know how to pay for images.

 

 

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 OH again, in 1994, and yes, that is a Mig-21.
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Swiss newspaper sale...

 

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1 hour ago, AlbertSnapper said:

Swiss newspaper sale...

 

 

 

 

 

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Don't forget it's now September!

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7 minutes ago, spacecadet said:

Don't forget it's now September!

 

I know !

 

Sale appeared last day of August. Just got back home after being away.

 

PS..... ... you were lucky to get to Ribblehead without needing to put the roof up !

 

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