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Had 2 drop in this morning,  both from the same event on different years, both same price, low$$.

Country: Worldwide ; Usage: Personal use ;  Media: Non-commercial, one time, personal/home use ;  Start: 01-May-2021 ; End: 01-May-2026 ; 

   Additional Details: Impressions, cartes et cadeaux ou référence aux artistes. Usage non commercial uniquement. Non destinée à la revente.

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So, so far, people have reported 4 sales this month: 2 PU, 2 Presentations. Yeah right.

 

Well, I will add 2 more, my first Presentations of the month.

 

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16 minutes ago, gvallee said:

So, so far, people have reported 4 sales this month: 2 PU, 2 Presentations. Yeah right.

 

Well, I will add 2 more, my first Presentations of the month.

 

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The elephant in the room? Sorry, I couldn't resist. 🐘 😁

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2 minutes ago, John Mitchell said:

 

The elephant in the room? Sorry, I couldn't resist. 🐘 😁

 

A HERD of elephants!! 😏

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Early Guardian picture from 1992, canary in cage at Dinas mines rescue station. Sold for presentation.
 
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Pre college picture. 10th August 1984 Militant Labour Party Young Socialists march with banners to support miners during the 84 strike, Newbridge, South Wales. Sold for commercial website.
 
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First sale of the month.

Worldwide Presentation or newsletters, Use in a presentation/talk (eg. Powerpoint and Keynote) or in a newsletter.

5 years.  Low $

 

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Low $$. This one was also licensed last month - this time they got a discount. Still, it's nice to get a sale this early in the month, especially on a bank holiday weekend.

 

Country: Worldwide ; Usage: iQ sale: Magazine, editorial print or digital use,  up to 1/16 page,one time use only, Discounted re-use ;  Industry Sector: Media, design & publishing ;  Start: 03-May-2021 ; End: 03-May-2023

 

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7 minutes ago, David Pimborough said:
A a bucks I'll have to wait until tomorrow to see what licence. 
 
My guess a PU sale again 😑
 
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You can see it immediately by clicking on the "download" button in the "net revenue sells report" page

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6 minutes ago, David Pimborough said:

 

I had to think about that but I never realised the "download" .CSV file gave those details

 

Country: Worldwide ; Usage: Editorial ;  Media: Editorial presentation, single design ;  Start: 03-May-2021 ; End: 03-May-2026 ;

   Additional Details: Used in slides / materials to support a presentation/talk (eg,Powerpoint and Keynote) or in a newsletter.

 

Many thanks Ognyan

See? 🙂

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An engine speed dial on the Second World War warship the HMS Belfast, an iconic London landmark and popular tourist attraction

Mid $$

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The gift that keeps on giving, our solar panel installation, possibly our best ever investment!   But only low $$ Editorial presentation on this occasion.

 

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Another PU just came in...Low $$

Country: Worldwide ; Usage: Personal use ;  Media: Non-commercial, one time, personal/home use ;  Start: 04-May-2021 ; End: 04-May-2026 ;

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Taken on medium format film in the olden days. Just sold for the ninth time, it's now paid for quite a few pizzas and coffees.

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Nicely over $$$. I planted this crepe myrtle in my front yard in Oklahoma City.

 

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Well, this is nice. Multiple websites (listed); multiple social media accounts; in perpetuity. The amount? Well, I can buy a a packet of these crisps - but only just.

 

Country: Worldwide ; Usage: Editorial ;  Media: Website, app and social media ;  Start: 04-May-2021 ; Duration: In perpetuity ;
   Additional Details: Editorial use on Websites, apps, social media and blogs  www.twistedfood.co.uk, www.vt.co, fournine.net & Social Media accounts listed in licence agreement

 

The site that this is on appears to be a teaser for a new online delivery service: https://www.twistedlondon.com/

 

Expect to see lots of images used by this business? https://junglecreations.com/our-brands

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3 hours ago, Betty LaRue said:

Nicely over $$$. I planted this crepe myrtle in my front yard in Oklahoma City.

 

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Well done. Very pretty tree. Here it is (maybe).

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6 hours ago, John Mitchell said:

 

Well done. Very pretty tree. Here it is (maybe).

Ohhhh, John! Thank you! Yes, that is one of my names, BA LaRue. I even got credit!!!

How exciting! And I learned there are two ways to spell it. Crape and Crepe. Around here, it is Crepe Myrtle on the nursery tags. I’ll amend my tags.

I spent a lot of time trimming growth off the lower branches, and clipping suckers that came up around the base. In this picture, it was due a cleanup.

You made a crappy day (week) much better, thanks again.

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55 minutes ago, Betty LaRue said:

Ohhhh, John! Thank you! Yes, that is one of my names, BA LaRue. I even got credit!!!

How exciting! And I learned there are two ways to spell it. Crape and Crepe. Around here, it is Crepe Myrtle on the nursery tags. I’ll amend my tags.

I spent a lot of time trimming growth off the lower branches, and clipping suckers that came up around the base. In this picture, it was due a cleanup.

You made a crappy day (week) much better, thanks again.

 

It was by accident. I had never heard of the tree so I Googled it. The Garden Design website came up right away. Glad it improved your day.

 

P.S. There are some really nice plant images on that website. They really shop around...

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First one of the month. I'm always happy to see an architectural image license (mid $$, direct, exclusive).

 

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Industry sector: Banking & Finance & Insurance
Start: 04 May 2021
End: 04 May 2031

 

 

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27 minutes ago, John Mitchell said:

 

It was by accident. I had never heard of the tree so I Googled it. The Garden Design website came up right away. Glad it improved your day.

 

P.S. There are some really nice plant images on that website. They really shop around...

They are referred to mostly as shrubs, but they can grow as large as a small tree. This one grew tall enough that I would have needed a taller-type ladder to trim the top by the time we moved. When I first planted it and it bloomed, the blooms were as large as American footballs. I had never seen one like it.  If I were in the yard, people stopped in their cars and asked me what it was. It was drop-dead gorgeous. As it grew taller, more energy went to growth. The blooms, while still very showy, became smaller, about 2/3 of the football-size. I think it grew about 3 feet a year.

So funny. You Google it and find my image. Why can’t we find where our images are published that easy?

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