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This old photo of mine was licenced for the first time in December last year.

Now licenced again !    TV use in the USA this time.

Happy with that 😊

Pizza Hut restaurant in Giza Egypt, with the famous pyramids in the distance . October 2003 Stock Photo

 

 

 

Pizza Hut restaurant in Giza Egypt, with the famous pyramids in the distance . October 2003

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Kenco instant coffee jars.

kenco-instant-coffee-jars-DT1D25.jpg

 

Country: Taiwan
Usage: Editorial
Media: Book, print and/or e-book
Print run: up to 5,000
Placement: Inside
Image Size: 1 page
Start: 01 January 2021
End: 01 January 2026
Book, Taiwan, Bulk discount flat rate
$ 15.00
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33 minutes ago, Stan Pritchard said:

Kenco instant coffee jars.

kenco-instant-coffee-jars-DT1D25.jpg

 

Country: Taiwan
Usage: Editorial
Media: Book, print and/or e-book
Print run: up to 5,000
Placement: Inside
Image Size: 1 page
Start: 01 January 2021
End: 01 January 2026
Book, Taiwan, Bulk discount flat rate
$ 15.00

Instant coffee is a tragedy, always. 🤢🤮

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21 minutes ago, Phil Robinson said:

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Nice sum for a magazine cover - if anyone spots the magazine I'd be interested to know. 

 

 

Funny, that. One of my decent $$$ 🤑 was for a book use of the 'new' one-pound coins on top of the 'new' five-pound notes - exactly a year ago to the day!

Creepy! 😱

 

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53 minutes ago, Stan Pritchard said:

 

Not for the people who make and market it and make very good profits. As a drink, it's a matter of opinion.

Thanks for the red arrow there Stan.  I was talking about the actual drink.  🙄

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21 hours ago, Colblimp said:

Thanks for the red arrow there Stan.  I was talking about the actual drink.  🙄

 Dear Colonel, 

You should have made it clear that you were talking about the actual drink, your comment was ambiguous. To describe instant coffee as a tragedy is tragic.

However, in view of your explanation, I have withdrawn the red arrow. Honour satisfied?

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5 hours ago, Colblimp said:

Instant coffee is a tragedy, always. 🤢🤮

 

Don't go to Banbury in Oxfordshire.

There is a big instant coffee factory there (Kenco).

I am sometimes in the area, and you can smell it waft over the place. Horrible !

I am biased tho. A nice cup of tea is much nicer than any coffee 😊

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While on coffee, the worst I have ever tasted was bought from a little shop in Yorkshire that sold the stuff from a machine that took little sachets.  I can take coffee in may forms but this was truly undrinkable.  Currently supping a mug of instant, but we always start the day with Moka brew. 

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6 minutes ago, Bryan said:

While on coffee, the worst I have ever tasted was bought from a little shop in Yorkshire that sold the stuff from a machine that took little sachets.  I can take coffee in may forms but this was truly undrinkable.  Currently supping a mug of instant, but we always start the day with Moka brew. 

 

Keirug?  Or something like that. 

 

Before I moved here, I hated coffee, but loved the smell.  I drank a host's  finca Arabica to be polite and found that I actually liked arabica coffee and started exploring what I could get green and roast myself and then just started buying from a co-op's retail outlet.  

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3 hours ago, Stan Pritchard said:

 Dear Colonel, 

You should have made it clear that you were talking about the actual drink, your comment was ambiguous. To describe instant coffee as a tragedy is a tragic.

However, in view of your explanation, I have withdrawn the red arrow. Honour satisfied?

You've clearly never watched The Office...

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2 hours ago, Bryan said:

While on coffee, the worst I have ever tasted was bought from a little shop in Yorkshire that sold the stuff from a machine that took little sachets.  I can take coffee in may forms but this was truly undrinkable.  Currently supping a mug of instant, but we always start the day with Moka brew. 

Coffee sachets are terrible - yuk.  Mokka is one of the mediums I use to make coffee, it's an art!

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9 hours ago, Jansos said:

Mid $$ 

Site of Blue Plaque outside Freddie Mercury's former house and home on Gladstone Road, Feltham, Middlesex, London, Stock Photo

 

Mid $$ 

King's Cross station and the The Oysterhouse Lighthouse, Gray's Inn Road, Kings Cross, London, UK Stock Photo

 

Mid-low $$

A National Express coach on the Albert Bridge in central London, UK Stock Photo

 

< 10 $

 

Wagamama - an Asian-inspired Japanese chain restaurant in Ealing, west London, U.K. Stock Photo

 

Mid $$

iPhone X selfies by Brianna Y - digital billboard in Brentford, West London, U.K. Stock Photo

 

Mid $$

Victoria Cross memorials on the Commonwealth Memorial Gates, Constitution Hill, London, UK Stock Photo

 

 

John, just for the sake of accuracy the National Express coach is on Chelsea Bridge with the Albert Bridge just visible in the distance. Having crossed Chelsea Bridge a million times I spotted this straight away. Hope you don't mind me pointing it out. 

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3 hours ago, Tony ALS said:

John, just for the sake of accuracy the National Express coach is on Chelsea Bridge with the Albert Bridge just visible in the distance. Having crossed Chelsea Bridge a million times I spotted this straight away. Hope you don't mind me pointing it out. 

Thanks - I should know that! :-)

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20 hours ago, Michael Ventura said:

Personal Use for the U.S. usual $$.  Montreal, Canada, one of the classic Montreal style wrought iron staircases.

 

CANADA Quebec Montreal exterior staircase to the second floor made of wrought iron Stock Photo

 

Very nice. I love those old Montreal staircases and balconies (balcons). Fortunately there are lots of them left. Pretty to look at but treacherous in winter.

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24 minutes ago, John Mitchell said:

 

Very nice. I love those old Montreal staircases and balconies (balcons). Fortunately there are lots of them left. Pretty to look at but treacherous in winter.

 

Oh man, I can't imagine navigating those steps in the winter....or pretty much anytime.  That's how I broke my arm, falling down just small flight of 4 steps.  I assume that these are separate residences, the top and bottom floors? 

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