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1 minute ago, Bella said:

My dear mum got a kick out of knowing people were buying photos of her. We took this earlier this year just after Covid struck. She passed away in September at 92 still living in her own home.

 

A vertical pic was zoomed and this one sold.

One use in a single editorial or advertorial article used within print and /or web versions, with re-use of the article in other titles or web versions within the same newspaper group. Digital use includes archive rights for the lifetime of the article. Any placement in paper and online.

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Sorry for your loss. Good to know that she'll be happy that she will live on in memories such as this.

All the best.

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10 minutes ago, losdemas said:

 

Sorry for your loss. Good to know that she'll be happy that she will live on in memories such as this.

All the best.

 

Thank you Danny.

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I used to have a whale of a time at this spot. When conditions were right large numbers of salmon and sea trout would leap trying to get over the weir. Some would get washed out of the flow and end up flapping around my chair. All good things come to an end though. They put some turbines in, and at the same time built a mesh enclosed salmon ladder. Now all the fish take the easy route up the ladder.

 

2 sales of same image, exact same details except different dates. 

 

Country: UK.

Usage: Editorial.

Media: Newspaper - national. (Mail on Sunday 4.10.20, only credited Alamy.)

Print run: up to 2 million.

Placement: inside and online.

Image size: 1/4 page.

1. Start: 4 October 2020  End: 5 October 2020.

2. Start: 10 October 2020  End: 11 October 2020.

One use in a single editorial article, print and or web versions.

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Migrating salmon, Scotland.

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18 hours ago, Chuck Nacke said:

Nice image and story Terry.  Good work, is that Dick Cavett on the right?

 

Chuck

Thank you, Chuck. I don't know if that was Dick Cavett. I knew a good number of men there but not everyone. 

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Start: 01-January-2021 ;

End: 01-January-2026

 

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On 26/11/2020 at 17:32, Bella said:

My dear mum got a kick out of knowing people were buying photos of her. We took this earlier this year just after Covid struck. She passed away in September at 92 still living in her own home.

 

A vertical pic was zoomed and this one sold.

One use in a single editorial or advertorial article used within print and /or web versions, with re-use of the article in other titles or web versions within the same newspaper group. Digital use includes archive rights for the lifetime of the article. Any placement in paper and online.

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Bella, sorry to hear of the loss of your dear Mum. It's lovely that she enjoyed knowing her image was being seen and bought by people. My Mum died suddenly and unexpectedly two and a half weeks ago, so I am going through a mixture of shock and grief. I have been reflecting on how my Mum helped show me the beautiful things of the world - wildflowers, birds, trees, music, art, kindness, generosity... and that helping me to see these things is part of the reason I love photography. My Dad, who was a keen photographer, showed me these things too. Maybe through our own creativity, whether photography or otherwise, it is our way of passing on what they have shared and helped us see, for the benefit of others. I love the image of your Mum. It is about caring and kindness.

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On 26/11/2020 at 11:09, Michael Ventura said:

A personal use ($$) of Dr Francis Collins, the Director of the National Institutes of Health in the U.S.  

 

 

Dr.Francis Collins former director of the Human Genome Project, Now Director of the National Institutes of Health Stock Photo

 

 

It's getting so I recognise other peoples repeat sellers. Nice picture!

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Sankaty Head Light Lighthouse Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA with moor grasses fall autumn color colour Stock Photo

 

Sorry for your loss Bella. Nice to have made your mom so happy and proud. Glad she was able to be in her own home. 

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5 hours ago, Sally R said:

 

Bella, sorry to hear of the loss of your dear Mum. It's lovely that she enjoyed knowing her image was being seen and bought by people. My Mum died suddenly and unexpectedly two and a half weeks ago, so I am going through a mixture of shock and grief. I have been reflecting on how my Mum helped show me the beautiful things of the world - wildflowers, birds, trees, music, art, kindness, generosity... and that helping me to see these things is part of the reason I love photography. My Dad, who was a keen photographer, showed me these things too. Maybe through our own creativity, whether photography or otherwise, it is our way of passing on what they have shared and helped us see, for the benefit of others. I love the image of your Mum. It is about caring and kindness.

 

Sally, I am sorry for your loss. You Mum's kindness has been passed onto your shiny personality.

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On 26/11/2020 at 19:32, Bella said:

My dear mum got a kick out of knowing people were buying photos of her. We took this earlier this year just after Covid struck. She passed away in September at 92 still living in her own home.

 

A vertical pic was zoomed and this one sold.

One use in a single editorial or advertorial article used within print and /or web versions, with re-use of the article in other titles or web versions within the same newspaper group. Digital use includes archive rights for the lifetime of the article. Any placement in paper and online.

Low $$

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Sorry for your loss Bella. It's nice that your Mum lived healthy and happy to a ripe old age in her own home. Lovely photo to remember her.

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6 hours ago, Michael Ventura said:

Sold for a U.K. editorial web use for mid $

 

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That place has been trending lately. Your picture gives a good sense of scale. It's actually smaller than you might think, especially when you consider all that goes on in there.

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29 minutes ago, John Mitchell said:

 

That place has been trending lately. Your picture gives a good sense of scale. It's actually smaller than you might think, especially when you consider all that goes on in there.


True, it isn’t all that big but what you don’t see are the East Wing and West Wing. And I believe there are two sub floors and a floor above the floor with the windows, that top floor has more living space for the family, not bedrooms, but more like casual areas like dens and play areas for kids.

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10 hours ago, Sally R said:

 

Bella, sorry to hear of the loss of your dear Mum. It's lovely that she enjoyed knowing her image was being seen and bought by people. My Mum died suddenly and unexpectedly two and a half weeks ago, so I am going through a mixture of shock and grief. I have been reflecting on how my Mum helped show me the beautiful things of the world - wildflowers, birds, trees, music, art, kindness, generosity... and that helping me to see these things is part of the reason I love photography. My Dad, who was a keen photographer, showed me these things too. Maybe through our own creativity, whether photography or otherwise, it is our way of passing on what they have shared and helped us see, for the benefit of others. I love the image of your Mum. It is about caring and kindness.

 

Sally, I am sorry for your loss. You Mum's kindness has been passed onto your shiny personality.

 

Thank you Gen

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A quick shot through the car window while in downtown Vancouver. Mid $.

 

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Image Size: 1/4 page
Start: 13 October 2020
End: 14 October 2020
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12 hours ago, Sally R said:

 

Bella, sorry to hear of the loss of your dear Mum. It's lovely that she enjoyed knowing her image was being seen and bought by people. My Mum died suddenly and unexpectedly two and a half weeks ago, so I am going through a mixture of shock and grief. I have been reflecting on how my Mum helped show me the beautiful things of the world - wildflowers, birds, trees, music, art, kindness, generosity... and that helping me to see these things is part of the reason I love photography. My Dad, who was a keen photographer, showed me these things too. Maybe through our own creativity, whether photography or otherwise, it is our way of passing on what they have shared and helped us see, for the benefit of others. I love the image of your Mum. It is about caring and kindness.

My condolences to you too Sally, my mum's passing was also unexpected. We think they will be here forever until suddenly they aren't. It's just horrible. So lovely that you remember all the wonderful things she taught you, it's exactly the same with my mum. Thank you.

 

11 hours ago, Marianne said:

 

Sorry for your loss Bella. Nice to have made your mom so happy and proud. Glad she was able to be in her own home. 

Thanks so much Marianne, we were so happy to be able to help her stay in her own home.

 

7 hours ago, gvallee said:

Sorry for your loss Bella. It's nice that your Mum lived healthy and happy to a ripe old age in her own home. Lovely photo to remember her.

Thank you Gen. It really is wonderful to have the luxury of staying in your own home. I hope I get to do it too.

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12 hours ago, Ed Rooney said:

Bella, so sorry you lost your mom. 

 

Thank you Ed, she was a very strong, hard working and generous person, very much missed by so many.

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