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This was zoomed ages ago - other images from the same small beach town were zoomed more recently:

 iQ sale: Magazine, Editorial print and digital use.  Any size.Any Placement.Repeat use within a single issue.

Lowish $$ which is less than I'd expect since it's a US magazine, I got 50% since it's exclusive here.

Though the $$ is disappointing, I'm happy it was licensed because I love the image. Hard to beat the blue hour at the beach. 😎

 

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@NYCat I love your polar bear photo Paulette!

The discussion about which animals are endangered is interesting. The seal population on Cape Cod has grown so much that there is one beautiful bay beach in Chatham where you can't even wade in the water due to sharks and there are more sharks at the ocean beaches too. I love swimming in the ocean there so the fact that there are more sharks is alarming. Protecting the seals seemed like a good idea but interfering with nature led to unforeseen consequences. 

On the other hand, after they outlawed DDT, they built high level platforms for ospreys in Niantic, CT (the town where I took the above image) and it has helped the population to grow. Part of the reason, however, that they built the platforms was because they were concerned about ospreys building nest near a nuclear power station in Millstone, a nearby town. Climate change has made the power plant more of a concern because the water used to cool the rods sometimes gets too warm. I've been going to the beach there for 50+ years now and have seen mussels, which used to be plentiful, disappear completely because the water is too warm for them. But thanks to the Clean Water Act, the water is much cleaner than when I was a kid in the 60's and 70's. 

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Another sale of that polar bear. A book in Brazil.... distributor and bulk discount so my share is just barely $$. Better than $2.20 at least. He's a busy bear.

 

Paulette

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A first for me in National Geographic - spotted though not reported yet. Someone please tell me why they chose this image though when I had others without the cutoff background. I'm not even sure why I uploaded it except it was a nice low angle.

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/2020/09/libraries-respond-to-coronavirus-with-book-bikes-and-virtual-festivals/

 

Edit: I guess this ought to have been in 'Have you found any..." rather than sales since it is not yet reported.

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Finally something happens... Mid $$

Country: Worldwide
Usage: Editorial, Editorial - websites, apps, social media and blogs (excludes advertising). Worldwide for 5 years.
Media: Editorial website
Image Size: Any size
 

The National Library of Finland in Helsinki Finland Stock Photo

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3rd sale of month, equals my monthly record, hurray.    

 

Country: Worldwide.

Usage: Presentation or newsletter.

Start 24/9/20 - End 24/9/25

$x really low.

 

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Beaver with tracking device, part of the now completed Scottish Beaver Trial.

 

     

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EF754Y.jpg
Cost £2.25 
Sold for $6.98 (net) = £5.50 (Personal Use - it'll make a great greetings card!)
Free supper and enough left over to invest in some trout

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Which also sold for personal use!
and another £1.50 profit.
I'm off to the shops......

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Low $XX

Country: Worldwide
Usage: Presentation or newsletters, Use in a presentation/talk (eg,Powerpoint and Keynote) or in a newsletter.
35 MB
2848 x 4288 pixels 
3 MB compressed
Start: 17 September 2020
End: 17 September 2025

 

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But this is my third one for the month, which for me is a very rare occurrence, so not crying.

 

 

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Castlefield canal basin in Manchester, uk, on a sunny afternoon. Country: Worldwide
Usage: Presentation or newsletters, Use in a presentation/talk (eg,Powerpoint and Keynote) or in a newsletter. Just into $$. It doesn't always rain in Manchester.

 

Castlefield canal basin in Manchester, uk, on a sunny afternoon Stock Photo

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One of three lowish $$ from the same purchaser today, all underwater subjects. Distributor sales.

Country: Brazil
Usage: Editorial
Media: Book, print and/or e-book
Print run: up to 5,000
Placement: Inside
Image Size: 1 page
Start: 01 August 2020
End: 01 August 2025
Brazil, Book, print and/or e-book, Bulk discount, flat rate
 

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On 23/09/2020 at 19:28, Rick Lewis said:

Third image sold this month.

 

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Must be the real estate boom her in the U.S.  Good $$ for it.  Worldwide marketing, small business for 5 years.

 

Rick

I’m getting “love letters” from families wanting to buy my house. Complete with pictures, even of their pets.

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