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Telegraph online
29.04.2017

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/gardening/gardens-to-visit/tweet-week-green-woodpecker/
D6N59Y Simon Stirrup Male green woodpecker

Guardian online
29.04.2016

https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2017/apr/29/brussels-city-guide-bars-hotels-restaurants-vintage-markets
H617KA Jochen Tack Cafes in Brussels’ Halles Saint-Géry quarter.
30.04.2017
https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2017/apr/30/dan-pearson-country-life-transforming-a-farm-garden
EYEH4X Manfred Ruckszio Salvia discolor
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/apr/29/lets-celebrate-britains-natural-lifelines
FKHD1C  Deborah Vernon Common spotted orchids on a verge in the Peak District.
A0EJ0J John Robertson Bicycle with poppies
 

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Sunday Times Weekend 30th

P43 EF8CC1 Michael Hudson The walled rose garden at Mottisfont Abbey, Hampshire, England
E64A74 Peter Adams Town with San Francesco church, Vieste, Gargano, Foggia district, Apulia, Puglia, Italy

Travel

P6-7 DH05YM Vladimir Sklyarov Kumbhalgarh fort, Rajasthan, India
ET0PX7 Dinodia Photos Train running on bridge ; Goram ghat ; Marwar Junction ; Rajasthan ; India
C89B7X Tim Graham Chhatra Sagar reservoir and luxury tented camp oasis in the desert at Nimaj, Rajasthan, Northern India
DWYNF4 Aditya "Dicky" Singh Indian leopards (Panthera pardus fusca) in the rocky terrain of Jawai Dam sanctuary, Rajasthan, India
P8-9 G35EXK MacEaton Idyllic landscape in the Alps with fresh green meadows, blooming flowers and snow-capped mountain tops in the background
P9 A8B71F Gary Pearl Hi action shot of a family white water rafting on the Penobscot River Maine USA
CXNG7J Antonio Zimbone Italy, Sicily, Etna smoke in the landscape and the tourist photographer
HKENXR Alessandro Rizzolli Girl sitting on the top of Saana Fell and looking down at Lake Kilpisjarvi and surrounding area. Kilpisjarvi, Finnish Lapland, Finland, Europe
FH2190 Alliance Refreshing promenade in unique Park Guell style in Barcelona, Spain. Happy young woman tourist in Park Guell, Barcelona, Spain
EJEK04 rosmi duaso Palo Alto market Poblenou, Barcelona
P12 GH3AFG Aleksandrs Tihonovs Little girl catching the soap bubbles in the in the Ciutadella Park in Barcelona
Shot of 2 retro radios in the Mercat dels Encants - that I cannot find
E8BMN7 Pavlo Vakhrushev Pile of money- cash of US dollars and euros for business background
ABH5Y6 Ian Dagnall Dover Beach, St Lawrence Gap, South Coast, Barbados, Lesser Antilles, West Indies, Caribbean

P18 H56MAR Odair Leal  A Yawanawa Indian wears a headdress during the Mariri Festival in the village of Mutum, in the Amazon forest of Acre state, August 11, 2014.

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29/04/2017, UK, Guardian, p46, car damaged in rear collision, DYHH3C, Graham Prentice [Cropped. No credit - poss not via Alamy]

 

Yes, it is mine, thank you for finding it.

 

I have read the article in the Guardian, which made my blood boil.  Whiplash is not limited to neck injuries, but can affect other parts of the body.  The photo is of my wife's car.  She was stationary at a junction waiting to turn left when a large Range Rover type car crashed into the back of her car.  The woman driving the other car was looking right rather than concentrating on looking where she was going: you can see the result!  The police would not come out or even take any details: the other driver got off scot free, despite clearly (at best) having been driving without due care and attention, and may not even have suffered an insurance premium increase, because I believe it was insured under a company policy.  My wife and daughter who was a passenger, on the other hand, were shaken up and about a day later my wife developed a severe stiffness in her hip.  Our car was only a few months old; fortunately it was not a write off, but we were without it for several weeks.  To cut a long story short, my wife had to put up with numerous appointments for scans and consultations, both with our own specialist and with doctors appointed by the insurers, in the latter case three appointments in two separate locations each an hour's drive from where we live: the insurers gave every impression of gratuitously putting obstacles in the way, making life as difficult as possible and doing everything they could, by fair means or foul (more the latter than the former), to discourage my wife from pursuing a claim.  Although nothing showed up on scans, my wife suffered permanent damage which continues to this day to affect her ability to walk long distances (one of our joys on holiday, particularly in Switzerland and Austria) and gives her considerable discomfort on car journeys of more than an hour, or if there is any sudden movement such as sharp braking.  The injury was classified as whiplash and is permanent, even though it was not her neck.  Just because it is not necessarily visible from a scan does not mean that it does not exist.  She did eventually receive compensation, but it does not make up for the lasting effects, or the frustration that the police were simply not interested in pursuing the other driver, who was able to drive away from the scene as we awaited the towing vehicle from the AA and suffered no inconvenience whatever, despite the fact that the whole situation was entirely of her making and her fault.

 

Graham

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BBC News    29 April 2017    When Adolf Hitler confidante Unity Mitford came to stay    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-39304317

 

ADOLF HITLER with woman identified in Wikipedia and on Channel 4 as Unity Mitford but this is open to question   Pictorial Press Ltd

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British fascist, Unity Mitford, in Blackshirt uniform with Fritz Stadelmann, Hitler's adjutant in Berlin, Germany 1933  (cropped)  World History Archive

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1940 Front Page Unity Mitford arrives in Folkestone on her return from Germany  (cropped)  John Frost Newspapers

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Travel+Leisure

http://www.travelandleisure.com/worlds-best/europe-beach-cities#intro

16 of the best beach cities in Europe

F21J69  Pekka Liukkonen / Alamy — RM

stroomi-beach-in-tallinn-estonia-f21j69.

F2G1M4 Giuseppe Anello / Alamy — RF

view-of-trieste-roofs-and-sea-italy-f2g1

AX2JNA Paul Lindsay / Alamy — RM

salthill-galway-ireland-ax2jna.jpg

H5MGHC Mihai Barbat / Alamy — RM

oostende-h5mghc.jpg

EFDYKE Artur Bogacki / Alamy — RF

pergola-da-foz-at-praia-do-molhe-beach-i

EPHG75 (or similar) Borges Samuel / Alamy — RF

aerial-view-of-costa-caparica-coast-beac

FK8TMH  Alex Friedel / Alamy — RM

venice-city-skyline-water-taxi-boat-ship

 

Plus one credited to Mauritius Images GmbH, which I don't see in Alamy, probably because of being located in Germany.
 

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29/04/2017, UK, Guardian, p46, car damaged in rear collision, DYHH3C, Graham Prentice [Cropped. No credit - poss not via Alamy]

 

Yes, it is mine, thank you for finding it.

 

I have read the article in the Guardian, which made my blood boil.  Whiplash is not limited to neck injuries, but can affect other parts of the body.  The photo is of my wife's car.  She was stationary at a junction waiting to turn left when a large Range Rover type car crashed into the back of her car.  The woman driving the other car was looking right rather than concentrating on looking where she was going: you can see the result!  The police would not come out or even take any details: the other driver got off scot free, despite clearly (at best) having been driving without due care and attention, and may not even have suffered an insurance premium increase, because I believe it was insured under a company policy.  My wife and daughter who was a passenger, on the other hand, were shaken up and about a day later my wife developed a severe stiffness in her hip.  Our car was only a few months old; fortunately it was not a write off, but we were without it for several weeks.  To cut a long story short, my wife had to put up with numerous appointments for scans and consultations, both with our own specialist and with doctors appointed by the insurers, in the latter case three appointments in two separate locations each an hour's drive from where we live: the insurers gave every impression of gratuitously putting obstacles in the way, making life as difficult as possible and doing everything they could, by fair means or foul (more the latter than the former), to discourage my wife from pursuing a claim.  Although nothing showed up on scans, my wife suffered permanent damage which continues to this day to affect her ability to walk long distances (one of our joys on holiday, particularly in Switzerland and Austria) and gives her considerable discomfort on car journeys of more than an hour, or if there is any sudden movement such as sharp braking.  The injury was classified as whiplash and is permanent, even though it was not her neck.  Just because it is not necessarily visible from a scan does not mean that it does not exist.  She did eventually receive compensation, but it does not make up for the lasting effects, or the frustration that the police were simply not interested in pursuing the other driver, who was able to drive away from the scene as we awaited the towing vehicle from the AA and suffered no inconvenience whatever, despite the fact that the whole situation was entirely of her making and her fault.

 

Graham

 

 

I find myself searching for words to make you feel better but, of course, there aren't any. What an awful situation.

 

Paulette

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29/04/2017, UK, Guardian, p46, car damaged in rear collision, DYHH3C, Graham Prentice [Cropped. No credit - poss not via Alamy]

 

Yes, it is mine, thank you for finding it.

 

I have read the article in the Guardian, which made my blood boil.  Whiplash is not limited to neck injuries, but can affect other parts of the body.  The photo is of my wife's car.  She was stationary at a junction waiting to turn left when a large Range Rover type car crashed into the back of her car.  The woman driving the other car was looking right rather than concentrating on looking where she was going: you can see the result!  The police would not come out or even take any details: the other driver got off scot free, despite clearly (at best) having been driving without due care and attention, and may not even have suffered an insurance premium increase, because I believe it was insured under a company policy.  My wife and daughter who was a passenger, on the other hand, were shaken up and about a day later my wife developed a severe stiffness in her hip.  Our car was only a few months old; fortunately it was not a write off, but we were without it for several weeks.  To cut a long story short, my wife had to put up with numerous appointments for scans and consultations, both with our own specialist and with doctors appointed by the insurers, in the latter case three appointments in two separate locations each an hour's drive from where we live: the insurers gave every impression of gratuitously putting obstacles in the way, making life as difficult as possible and doing everything they could, by fair means or foul (more the latter than the former), to discourage my wife from pursuing a claim.  Although nothing showed up on scans, my wife suffered permanent damage which continues to this day to affect her ability to walk long distances (one of our joys on holiday, particularly in Switzerland and Austria) and gives her considerable discomfort on car journeys of more than an hour, or if there is any sudden movement such as sharp braking.  The injury was classified as whiplash and is permanent, even though it was not her neck.  Just because it is not necessarily visible from a scan does not mean that it does not exist.  She did eventually receive compensation, but it does not make up for the lasting effects, or the frustration that the police were simply not interested in pursuing the other driver, who was able to drive away from the scene as we awaited the towing vehicle from the AA and suffered no inconvenience whatever, despite the fact that the whole situation was entirely of her making and her fault.

 

Graham

 

Shocking. I hope she is getting better with time.

 

The reason for this is probably the huge amount of falsely claimed whiplash compensations that drive the insurers mad - as it's so difficult to diagnose. I once had an accident on a fast going escalator on the London Underground which was switched off abruptly and insurers just didn't want to know about our injuries - and I'm not talking about emotional pains either. For 10 years afterwards I was reminded of the event whenever I had to take an escalator and that was about 10 times a day. 

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^^ You're very welcome Graham.  Having the photo used for that article must be literally adding insult to injury!
Steve

30/04/2017, UK, Observer, p7, vaquita porpoise caught in net, H7P0F5, Minden Pictures [Alamy credit only]
30/04/2017, UK, Observer, p15, George Clooney in coffee advert, credited to Alamy but I can't find it
30/04/2017, UK, Observer, p16, cabin in woods, CBYNB9, FORGET Patrick/SAGAPHOTO.COM [Alamy credit only]
30/04/2017, UK, Observer, p27, Gessica Notaro, HGYMKR, ROPI [Alamy credit only]
30/04/2017, UK, Observer, p36, mother & son with teacher, F0MM22, allesalltag [Alamy credit only]
30/04/2017, UK, Observer, p42, stoat, F5F6DC, David Chapman
30/04/2017, UK, Observer, p47, welding, E0FC26, Edward Moss [Alamy credit only]
30/04/2017, UK, Observer, p51, BT engineer up a pole, BP34CE, James Boardman [Alamy credit only]
30/04/2017, UK, Observer, p53, Hoi An river scene, F0JGTC, Michael Brooks [Alamy credit only]
30/04/2017, UK, Observer, p53, Tra Que Vegetable Village in Hoi An, E5GWCD, Alison Thompson [Alamy credit only]
30/04/2017, UK, Observer, p55, Madge among bluebells, J2DM26, Alan Hale [Alamy credit only. Via Live News]
30/04/2017, UK, Observer [Magazine], p17, Kate tempest at Glastonbury, EWJY0H, Francesca Moore [Alamy credit only]
30/04/2017, UK, Observer [Magazine], p48, restaurant in Camaret-sur-Mer, DA9XGA, MARKA or CWHGJ5, Hermes Jankone 2 [identical. Alamy credit only]
30/04/2017, UK, Observer [Magazine], p48, seafood platter in Camaret-sur-Mer, B4FJ60, Werner Dieterich [Cutout. Alamy credit only]
30/04/2017, UK, Observer [Magazine], p52, couple in matching clothing, APNM67, Big Cheese Photo LLC [Cutout. RF & no credit - poss not new sale via Alamy]
30/04/2017, UK, Observer [Review section], p26, Florence Pugh in Lady Macbeth, HHEF26, Everett Collection Inc
30/04/2017, UK, Observer [Review section], p38, oil well in Osage County, A99THG, PhotoStock-Israel [Alamy credit only]

 

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Brian - many thanks for those  two spots!

 

HXP14N  Kumar Sriskandan  Gender Neutral WC sign, Cambridge England UK - no credits

 

BK8HED Kumar Sriskandan Broken Sainsburys sign - (rotated crop of this one?)

 

Cheers

 

Kumar (the Doc one)

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Missed this one first time round:
30/04/2017, UK, Observer, p34, apples on branch, J29109, Lev Dolgachov [Alamy credit only]

28/04/2017, UK, London Evening Standard, p59, Paris skyline with Eiffel Tower, FDA05G, JOHN KELLERMAN [Alamy credit only]
 

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Found in the Sun

 

https://www.thesun.co.uk/travel/3432980/take-the-stress-out-of-summer-this-year-with-our-top-10-tips-on-how-to-make-the-most-of-the-sunny-season/

 

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Photograph of a beautiful young woman jumping on a beach. Photographer: Anastasia Vishnickaya

 

http://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-beautiful-energy-young-woman-silhouette-jumping-on-beautiful-sunset-96100854.html

 

 

two-happy-jumpers-on-the-beach-at-sunset

 

Photograph of two people jumping on a beach. Photographer: Anna Omelchenko

 

https://www.alamy.com/image-details-popup.asp?imageid={ADABB21A-CEB8-4228-9B5D-418DA5192DEA}

 

 

portrait-of-a-happy-young-couple-enjoyin

 

Portrait of a happy young couple embracing on a cliff top. Photographer: Ammentorp Photography

 

http://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-portrait-of-a-happy-young-couple-enjoying-a-romantic-embrace-outdoors-94601060.html

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Trail Magazine, May issue

 

page 52....

Derek Croucher - C57PNH - The 'Bad Step', Isle of Skye.
Stephen Taylor - HABPWG - Sgurr na Stri, Isle of Skye.
Nick Bodle - AHHHDD - Rosthwaite, Lake District.

page 57  - Richard Wheeler - C0YFB0 - Three Shire Heads, Peak District.

page 68 - Realimage - BKYJGC - Cwm Idwal, Snowdonia, Wales.

Page 69 - 'Know Your Corvids'....

Nigel Dowsett - CC04PG - Magpie.
Imagebroker - DH0JPM - Hooded Crow.
Malcolm Schuyl -  BR5RE1 - Rook.
H Lansdown - C5WRRF - Jackdaw.
Richard Peters - BA8BNG - Carrion Crow.
Andrew Darrington - AJEHBP - Raven.
Drew Buckley - DNT16 - Jay.
Lewis Thompson - Chough - Can't find it, possibly not from Alamy as nothing found under that contributor's name.

Page 114 - João Almeida - DYW1T3 - Lighthouse at Foreland Point, Devon.

Page 116 - Craig Joiner Photography - C8WAYE - Porlock Weir and Worthy Wood, Somerset.  Credit miss-spelt as 'Craig Joinery'.

Page 121 - Stephen Finn - C4T79A - path to the Dwarfie Stone, Isle of Hoy, Orkney.

Pages 122-123 - Gavin Haskell - DEB5FM - View from Bera Bach looking towards Carnedd Llewelyn, Snowdonia, Wales.

Page 124 - Philip Bird - D1DAAY - Aber Falls, Snowdonia, Wales.

Page 126 - PSC-Photography - E8930Y - Bera Bach, Snowdonia, Wales.

Last and by all means least - Me.. :) - Page 127 - DKMP2A - Two climbers descending into Fionn Choire, Cuillin mountains, Isle of Skye.

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PRESSDISPLAY.COM

 

Pawita Warasiri / Alamy Stock Photo

Business  |  30 Apr 2017  |  UAE  |  English  | Page: 5
Image ID: HNJDN3
accountant-working-with-calculator-and-c
 
Les fougères ne fleurissent pas mais le déroulement de leur crosse offre un beau spectacle.
Natalia Zakhartseva/Alamy Stock Photo
Le Matin  |  30 Apr 2017  |  Switzerland  |  French  | Page: 62
matteuchia-struthiopteris-ostrich-fern-f
Can't tell from the small blurry thumbnail but closest match is this one.
 
L’Arena México peut contenir 14 000 personnes. On y trouve autant de couches sociales que de prix différents.
Chico Sanchez/Alamy Stock Photo
Le Matin  |  30 Apr 2017  |  Switzerland  |  French   | Page: 39
Image ID: BKBPC7
a-lucha-libre-wrestler-shouts-to-the-cro
 
‘Stoats make wonderful use of walls to weave their way through moorland.’
Photograph: David Chapman/ Alamy
The Observer  |  30 Apr 2017  |  UK  |  English  | Page: 42
stoat-mustela-ermineasingle-looking-out-
Image ID: FGW9CY
Closest match is this one, but image on Pressdisplay.com too small and blurry to be 100% certain.
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Telegraph online
30.04.2017

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/gardening/problem-solving/30-easy-upgrades-garden/
F397RR Hero Images Inc.Portrait smiling woman with friends at fire backyard
J0N54Y  stuart fretwell osteospermum ecklonis cultivar
BN4FTX Nigel Cattlin Pick and come again lettuce salad leaf vegetables growing in a terracotta pot

Guardian online
30.04.2017

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/apr/30/country-diary-birds-sound-throb-spring-1917
H88EWY Oliver Richter/ BIA/ Minden Pictures Corncrake
https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2017/apr/30/serifos-greek-island-cyclades-greece-holiday
GM8TC0 freeartist Serifos
GM8TDB freeartist Serifos, sea view with churches
https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2017/apr/30/crozon-peninsula-brittany-france-coast-paths-beaches-holiday
DA9XG7 MARKA/giovanni mereghetti Camaret sur Mer
 

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Trail Magazine, May issue

 

page 68 - Realimage - BKYJGC - Cwm Idwal, Snowdonia, Wales.

 

 

Thanks for reporting.  I wouldn't have known about it otherwise.  My sons will be chasing me for modelling fees as this has been published a few times now.

 

Pearl

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Trail Magazine, May issue

 

page 68 - Realimage - BKYJGC - Cwm Idwal, Snowdonia, Wales.

 

 

Thanks for reporting.  I wouldn't have known about it otherwise.  My sons will be chasing me for modelling fees as this has been published a few times now.

 

Pearl

 

 

You're welcome.

 

Unfortunately if it has already been used by Trail or Country Walking it might not show up as another sale.  I had one published in CW a while ago and was used again a little while later by Trail but it never showed up as a sale.  When I queried it I was told it was covered by the original licence (same publisher).

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Trail Magazine, May issue

 

page 68 - Realimage - BKYJGC - Cwm Idwal, Snowdonia, Wales.

 

 

Thanks for reporting.  I wouldn't have known about it otherwise.  My sons will be chasing me for modelling fees as this has been published a few times now.

 

Pearl

 

You're welcome.

 

Unfortunately if it has already been used by Trail or Country Walking it might not show up as another sale.  I had one published in CW a while ago and was used again a little while later by Trail but it never showed up as a sale.  When I queried it I was told it was covered by the original licence (same publisher).

Yes I know they now have that sort of deal. I can't remember if it was either of those magazines before. Trail don't pay much anyway☹️

Pearl

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Trail Magazine, May issue

 

page 68 - Realimage - BKYJGC - Cwm Idwal, Snowdonia, Wales.

 

 

Thanks for reporting.  I wouldn't have known about it otherwise.  My sons will be chasing me for modelling fees as this has been published a few times now.

 

Pearl

 

You're welcome.

 

Unfortunately if it has already been used by Trail or Country Walking it might not show up as another sale.  I had one published in CW a while ago and was used again a little while later by Trail but it never showed up as a sale.  When I queried it I was told it was covered by the original licence (same publisher).

Happened to me twice now. I'd like to say what I really think, but I'll stick with 'slightly miffed.'

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