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23/10/2020 Daily Telegraph (print)

A hat-maker singeing a bowler hat to tighten the fibres, Cristys Hat Factory, Stockport, UK. AMFY4B craft images

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USA, The Washington Post newspaper, Oct 25th 2020 edition

 

Arts and Style section

 

Pg. E11, Director Paul Thomas Anderson on set with Heather Graham, TCD/PROD.DB

 

Prod DB © New Line Cinema / DR BOOGIE NIGHTS (BOOGIE NIGHTS) de Paul Thomas Anderson 1997 USA avec Heather Graham et Paul Thomas Anderson sur le tournage Stock Photo

 

Pg. E11, Paul Thomas Anderson with Daniel Day Lewis, Picturelux/Hollywood Archive

 

There Will Be Blood Daniel Day-Lewis, director Paul Thomas Anderson  © 2007 Paramount Vantage Stock Photo

 

 

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The Sun

Gap has already grappled with closures in the UK Credit: Alamy Mark Richardson DB8NG1

Tesco has doubled the price of its plastic bags to 20p in a bid to get more shoppers to reuse them Credit: Alamy Tony Baggett 2CYTPH0

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Guardian Online
24.10.20

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2020/oct/24/how-to-grow-walnuts
ACA51M  Nearby  Walnut fruits, early stage
https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2020/oct/24/how-to-enjoy-uk-outdoor-activities-even-in-winter
HJ3NK2  John Waddington  Remote camping on Rannoch Moor, Scotland adjacent to Loch Laidon on a very cold winters day/night
CW5DE0  Richard Nicholls  An image of two hikers on the Band looking down to Great Langdale in winter conditions.
HJ0H21  Kay Roxby Loch Lubnaig, Scotland - a kayaker reflected in the still water of Loch Lubnaig on a beautiful atmostpheric winter day as the sun fights to break through dense mist

 

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26 minutes ago, Clare Gainey said:

Guardian Online
24.10.20

https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2020/oct/24/how-to-enjoy-uk-outdoor-activities-even-in-winter
HJ0H21  Kay Roxby Loch Lubnaig, Scotland - a kayaker reflected in the still water of Loch Lubnaig on a beautiful atmostpheric winter day as the sun fights to break through dense mist

 

Thanks Clare! :)

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USA, AARP The Magazine, Oct/Nov 2020 issue

 

Pg. 37, Bruce Springsteen in concert, Pictorial Press Ltd

 

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN US musician here in October 1985 Stock Photo

 

Pg. 54, The Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida, Shelly Rivoli

 

Kids explore Fort Jefferson at Dry Tortugas National Park with their father, walking along the roof with view of lighthouse, water and sailboats. Stock Photo

 

Pg. 55, North Cascades National Park, Washington State, Greg Vaughn

 

Couple with backpacks hiking on Sahale Arm Trail, Cascade Pass, North Cascades National Park, Washington. Stock Photo

 

Pg. 55, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas, Efrain Padro

 

El Capitan Peak (8,085 ft./2,464 m), Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas USA Stock Photo

 

Pg. 62, Iron Man character cut out from one of the magazine covers (may not be this frame), Art Directors

 

Collection Of Vintage Marvel And DC Comic Books The Uncanny X-Men, Action Comics Superman, The Invincible Iron Man Stock Photo

 

Pg. 64, Black Panther character cut out from magazine cover, Futuras Fotos

‘Black Panther’ Marvel Comics Issue 1 published 10 January 1977 artwork and story by Jack Kirby (1917-1994). The Black Panther helps Abner Little retrieve King Solomon’s frog only to discover it is a time machine! Stock Photo

 

Pg. 69, Spider-man character cut out of magazine cover, Art Villone

 

Italy - 1971: first edition of Marvel comic books, cover of Daredevil, l'incredibile Devil Stock Photo

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9 hours ago, Bryan said:

Wim Wiskerke  Fallingwater or Kaufmann Residence aka Falling Water is a house by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. - Image ID: F9FJ0N

 

Thank you! Months go by without any of mine here, and now 3 already this month. No zoom, not reported yet. Wait - it has been zoomed on August 17.

Thanks again!

 

wim

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3 hours ago, SShep said:

24/10/2020, Guardian, p54, kayaker on Loch Lubnaig, HJ0H21, Kay Roxby
 

:) thank you!  

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24/10/2020 Daily Mail Weekend (print)

Close up of Bramley apples growing on a tree, Co Armagh. JHCCET Stephen Barnes

Silverleaf fungus growing on a dead Plum tree trunk. AT37MG Dave Bevan

Interior of Hatfield House, a famous stately home, Hertfordshire, UK. PH00PY tony french

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USA, Smithsonian magazine, Nov 2020 issue

 

Photos credited to Alamy only

 

Pg.45, Enhydrina schistosa, Valakadyn sea snake, ephotocorp

 

HOOK-NOSED SEA SNAKE Enhydrina schistosa. Close up showing head detail and scales. Specimen from coast of Mumbai, Stock Photo

 

Pg. 45, daboia russelii, Russell's viper, ephotocorp

 

Russell's viper, Daboia russelii, Bangalore, Karnataka. Monotypic genus of venomous Old World vipers. The species Stock Photo

 

Pg. 45, oxyuranus microlepidotus, inland taipon, Blickwinkel

 

fierce snake (Oxyuranus microlepidotus), most venomous snake of the world Stock Photo

 

Pg. 45, Pseudonaja textilis, eastern brown snake, Nature Picture Library

 

Eastern brownsnake (Pseudonaja textilis) juvenile. Australia. Stock Photo

 

Pg. 45, dendroaspis polylepis, black mamba snake, Survivalphotos

 

Close-up of a Black Mamba Stock Photo

 

Pg. 45, crotalus tigris, tiger rattlesnake, David David Photoproductions RF

 

Tiger Rattlesnake, Crotalus tigris is a pit viper from the rocky foothills of the Sonoran Desert from south central Arizona into Mexico Stock Photo

 

Pg. 45, hydrophis platurus, yellow-bellied sea snake, Ken Griffiths

 

Yellow-bellied Sea Snake Stock Photo

 

Pg. 45, bungarus caeruleus, common Indian krait, Eng Wah Teo

 

Common Krait, Bungarus caeruleus Stock Photo

 

Pg. 50, Coral snake, Costa Rica, Philip Jones

 

Venomous Costa Rican coral snake in Costa Rica Stock Photo

 

 

 

 

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24/10/20

https://www.horseandhound.co.uk/plus/vet-clinic/winter-respiratory-health-horses-728408

A Horse Backlit By The Sunight Galloping In A Stable; Canada - Image ID: KE7NE5

Contributor: Design Pics Inc/Photographer: Spencer Robertson/Brand A

 

Found with Tineye, I would never have found it from the keywords/captions!

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BBC online article :

https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20170801-the-ghostly-radio-station-that-no-one-claims-to-run

 

 

East German (DDR) postage stamp (1976) on a mini sheet: Richard Sorge (1895 – 1944) Soviet military intelligence officer, undercover journalist. 'Her
Contributor: PjrStamps / Alamy Stock Photo
Image ID: KRTBK8
East German (DDR) postage stamp (1976) on a mini sheet: Richard Sorge (1895 – 1944) Soviet military intelligence Stock Photo
 
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15 hours ago, wiskerke said:

 

Thank you! Months go by without any of mine here, and now 3 already this month. No zoom, not reported yet. Wait - it has been zoomed on August 17.

Thanks again!

 

wim

 

A pleasure. Fallingwater, a location on my bucket list Wim, but one unlikely to be fulfilled.  Our younger son has been and did the full house tour. Great shot. 

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On 22/10/2020 at 15:18, Nigel Kirby said:


PictureScotland   -   Couple on the beautiful sandy beach of Port Ban on the west coast of Iona taken from Eilean Didil - Image ID: CP1XF2

 

 

 

 

Thanks Nigel 😀👍

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17 hours ago, SShep said:


24/10/2020, Guardian, p53, Port Ban beach on Iona, CP1XF2, PictureScotland [No credit - poss not via Alamy]

 

 

👍 Thanks for spotting and definitely Alamy. Used 2 days before in the Guardian and reported by Nigel - maybe the same article? - I couldn't find it yet using reverse image search. Interesting to see if it gets paid twice!

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Sunday Times online 25th

 

World

 

Stefan Binkert  shopping square in front of Uniqlo building full of people in Sanlitun Beijing during sunset after a thunderstorm - Image ID: JGW832

wei cao   Beijing,China - Dec 4,2016:Beijing sanlitun street view in winter,Beijing,China. - Image ID: K6245C

Beijin, Beijin, China. 29th Sep, 2017. Beijing, CHINA-29th September 2017: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT).Sanlitun is an area of the Chaoyang District, Beijing containing many popular bar streets and international stores. It is a popular destination for shopping, dining and entertainment. Credit: SIPA Asia/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News - Image ID: KBFDFE

 

Travel

 

Timothy Knox  Barbary macaques in Gibraltar, the only wild monkeys in Europe, they number about 300 animals in 5 troops. - Image ID: MCFY8G

SIMON FREDERICK  Foating Hotel and Casino in Gibraltar - Image ID: RPTH49

alexbuess  view to Rock of Gibraltar and cable car - Image ID: 2A6KYYY

Weber Raphael  St. Helena, United Kingdom, UK, south Atlantic, island, isle, cliff, islands, isles, reef, Great Hollow, sea - Image ID: EJ09DD

David Broadbent  Families having fun on the former rail line now a Family Cycle and walking trail. Forest of Dean, Cannop Ponds, Gloucestershire. Autumn - Image ID: 2A8WPRT ? crop

mandarin duck - can't find it

Anna Stowe Landscapes UK  Cannop Ponds in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. - Image ID: H6CPMW

eye35.pix  Tourist canoes, Warwick Castle and River Avon Warwick Warwickshire, England UK ? crop

Stephen Dorey ABIPP   Classic motor vehicles on display at the Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon, Warwickshire - Image ID: B5100X

 

Business

 

Picture shows EG Group founders Mohsin, right, and Zuber Issa in Blackburn Nov 13, 2019. (Photo/Jon Super 07974 356-333) - Image ID: 2D05RTE

Rob Arnold   Builders working on the retirement properties opposite South Parade Pier in Southsea - Image ID: H778G5

2ebill  Oswaldtwistle Mills, a shopping village, Accrington, Lancashire - Image ID: DY3XX6

Stuart Aylmer  A postman struggles through the snow with his bicycle to deliver the Christmas post. - Image ID: BGAA30

 

Money

 

Andrea De Martin  Young woman having a business meeting with an executive in his office, he is pointing on a contract and giving explanations - Image ID: G1ATCH

Michael Vi  BlackRock sign and logo on glass facade of financial investment management corporation office building in Silicon Valley - San Francisco, California, - Image ID: 2CBG874

Cyberstock   Using iPhone smartphone to display logo of TSB Bank - Image ID: H800MX

 

Ireland

 

Lbeddoe Hand sanitizer sanitiser pump with disinfectant spray bottle in the foreground. - Image ID: 2BRNYWX

Tracy Fowler Couple Kissing In Bar As Friends Enjoy Christmas Drinks - Image ID: EME3X0

totalpics  back of a security guard in front of blurred crowd - Image ID: H6PAP9

roger askew 2 school girls aged about 10 writing in books in a UK Primary school classroom - Image ID: E8HBT8

Per Bengston  The national flag of Ireland sticking in a pile of mixed european banknotes.(series) - Image ID: HPJBFJ

Moviestore Collection  THE FIFTH ELEMENT -1997 - Image ID: BKCXE2

Brian Jackson   Green ecological house in empty field - Image ID: GBTKB1

John Hopkins   Apple trees, trained to grow horizontally, along the wall at Grappenhall Heys walled garden, Cheshire, UK - Image ID: F568PR

 

Scotland

 

Edinburgh. UK. 21st August. Edinburgh International Book Festival. Pictured Val McDermid. Pako Mera/Alamy Live News - Image ID: F0W77A

Robert Kerr  Paigham Mustafa's, English rendition, from the original Arabic, of 'The Quran God's message to mankind - Image ID: H6CK2D

Manchester, UK. 24th September, 2014. Leyla Hussein, Anti-FGM Activist, addresses the auditorium on day four of the Labour Party's Annual Conference taking place at Manchester Central Convention Complex Credit: Russell Hart/Alamy Live News. - Image ID: E7WFPG

Konrad Zelazowski  Swish Edinburgh shop at Cockburn Street in Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, part of United Kingdom - Image ID: 2C67G23

 

News

 

Jonny White  Trainspotters watching a steam train climbing Dainton bank in Devon. - Image ID: BK6WA0

Addictive Stock  Lonely elderly woman spending day alone during coronavirus outbreak - Image ID: 2CFFY7F

Nick Paschalis  Christmas Mini Cake with Cacao - Image ID: 2A67KDY ? crop

simon leigh  we are cashless sign in pub london england uk in response to the corona virus - Image ID: 2B7N8BB

Adam Bronkhorst  photos of the outside common areas and buildings on the University of Sussex in Brighton - Image ID: T0EBJ1

 

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*You’re welcome  Kay

 

Guardian Online
25.10.20

https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2020/oct/25/why-walking-at-night-dark-is-good-for-the-soul
KDPRT4  Peter Cripps  The sun setting behind Mount Caburn, near Lewes, in the South Downs National Park
E8RGKH  Martin Bond  Dew pond on the South Downs at dusk.
2CC6EKG  Lemanieh  A silhouetted sheep on a hillside at sunset, on the South Downs

 

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9 hours ago, Martyn said:

BBC online article :

https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20170801-the-ghostly-radio-station-that-no-one-claims-to-run

 

 

East German (DDR) postage stamp (1976) on a mini sheet: Richard Sorge (1895 – 1944) Soviet military intelligence officer, undercover journalist. 'Her
Contributor: PjrStamps / Alamy Stock Photo
Image ID: KRTBK8
East German (DDR) postage stamp (1976) on a mini sheet: Richard Sorge (1895 – 1944) Soviet military intelligence Stock Photo
 

Thanks for spotting that!

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Cheers Iain

 

4 hours ago, Lynne said:

 

👍 Thanks for spotting and definitely Alamy. Used 2 days before in the Guardian and reported by Nigel - maybe the same article? - I couldn't find it yet using reverse image search. Interesting to see if it gets paid twice!

 

You're welcome Lynne.  My experience with photos in the Guardian used online and in print is that sometimes they're included for a larger amount in one licence and sometimes they appear as two different licences with the print licence being for more than the web use.  It pays to keep an eye on the usage when its reported to make sure you get paid for both!

Steve

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11 minutes ago, SShep said:

Cheers Iain

 

 

You're welcome Lynne.  My experience with photos in the Guardian used online and in print is that sometimes they're included for a larger amount in one licence and sometimes they appear as two different licences with the print licence being for more than the web use.  It pays to keep an eye on the usage when its reported to make sure you get paid for both!

Steve

Cheers Steve will do, thanks

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