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Daily Telegraph (Business) Print 10/07/18

 

Saudi Arabian flag flies over ship loading oil. 'There is one God but God' it proclaims, with a sword beneath - Stock Image

Tom Hanley / Alamy Stock Photo

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09/07/2018, London Evening Standard, p43, Aberaeron harbour, G2772X, Robert Convery [Alamy credit only]
09/07/2018, London Evening Standard, p43, Talyllyn Railway, HTX4J8, Dominic Jones [Alamy credit only]
09/07/2018, London Evening Standard, p43, Caernarfon castle, ENK14A, Stuart Black/robertharding [Alamy credit only]

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Guardian online
10.07.2018

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/jul/10/birdwatch-seasonal-flow-in-a-farewell-call-and-dusky-drapes
EW3XB2 Arterra Picture Library /De Meester Johan Spotted redshank (Tringa erythropus) foraging in shallow water of saltmarsh

 

11.07.2018
https://www.theguardian.com/science/2018/jul/11/romans-had-whale-industry-archeological-excavation-suggests
F95TPW All Canada Photos/Barrett & MacKay North Atlantic Right Whales rostrums, (Eubalaena glacialis), off Grand Manan Island
A74K1G Alberto Paredes Roman mosaic with fishing scene

 

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Daily Telegraph (print) 11/07/18

 

The statue of Sir Robert Peel and the British Houses of Parliament, on 17th January 2017, in Parliament Square, Stock Photo

 

 

 

RichardBaker / Alamy Stock Photo

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10/07/2018, London Evening Standard, p18, electric car charging, DB7B5F, WENN Ltd [No credit - poss not via Alamy]

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The Times (Scotland),  10th July 2018

 

page 16


CTTWE3 Christopher Mills  American mink (Neovison vison)
American mink (Neovison vison) - Stock Image

 

HWWR7B  David Woodfall  Little Terns (Sterna albifrons ) at the nest in machir with characteristic flowers-daisies and Coastal pansies.
Little Terns (Sterna albifrons ) at the nest in machir with characteristic flowers-daisies and Coastal pansies. - Stock Image

 

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The Times (Scotland), 11th July 2018

 

page 5

P67GC7 Avalon/Construction Photography  Kerr's Miniature Railway at Arbroath. July 2004

Kerr's Miniature Railway at Arbroath. July 2004 - Stock Image

 

 

 

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One of mine (lapsed news) and another Alamy pic which I can't find.

 

https://www.thesun.ie/news/2834550/ireland-mini-heatwave-met-eireann-forecast-27c-weekend/

 

schull-west-cork-ireland-29th-june-2018-a-farmer-works-on-silage-in-his-field-making-the-most-of-the-dry-weather-whilst-it-lasts-temperatures-will-remain-in-the-mid-20s-celsius-for-the-rest-of-the-weekend-but-rain-is-forecast-from-monday-onwards-credit-andy-gibsonalamy-live-news-P68GDD.jpg
 
 
 
Schull, West Cork, Ireland. 29th June, 2018. A farmer works on silage in his field, making the most of the dry weather whilst it lasts. Temperatures will remain in the mid 20's Celsius for the rest of the weekend but rain is forecast from Monday onwards. Credit: Andy Gibson/Alamy Live News.

Contributor: Andy Gibson / Alamy Stock Photo

Image ID: P68GDD

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11/07/2018, London Evening Standard [Property section], p6, Pantiles in Tunbridge Wells, MTF6X1, Life's Like That [Alamy credit only]
11/07/2018, London Evening Standard [Property section], p7, Walton-on-Thames, DAHARY, Greg Balfour Evans [Alamy credit only]
11/07/2018, London Evening Standard [Property section], p10, Corfu Town, G32K7J, GRANT ROONEY PREMIUM [Alamy credit only]
11/07/2018, London Evening Standard [Property section], p11, Kassiopi, BP6C6E, International Photobank [Alamy credit only]
11/07/2018, London Evening Standard [Property section], p18, man & gnome soaking up sunshine, MK3BEX, Islandstock [Alamy credit only]
11/07/2018, London Evening Standard [Property section], p18, using watering can to water plants, BDDAE3, Picture Partners [Alamy credit only]

 

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Guardian online
12.07.2018

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/jul/12/country-diary-soft-sounds-sparrow-seduction-sandy-bedfordshire
JBTWB1 Panther Media GmbH/Richard Keller Mating House Sparrows
https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2018/jul/12/best-uk-outdoor-family-culture-trips-readers-tips
MARDG0 Rahman Hassani Yorkshire Sculpture Park
CXFWER Colin Underhill Bosworth Battlefield walk, Leicestershire, UK

 

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Found on the domain.com.au website by Adie

 

https://www.domain.com.au/news/brisbane-tenants-pay-some-of-the-cheapest-rent-in-the-country-domain-group-20180712-h12j5v-751962/

 

Cyclist on the riverside at South Bank with city skyline in the background. South Bank, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Stock Photo

 

Photograph of cyclists on the riverside at South Bank with city skyline in the background. South Bank, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Photographer: Ozimages / Alamy Stock Photo

Image ID: BM443M

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Found in the Guardian by Adie

 

https://www.theguardian.com/music/2018/jul/12/leonard-bernstein-composer-conductor-inspiration-genius-proms

 

YOUNG PEOPLE'S CONCERTS, Leonard Bernstein (right), (aired Jan. 28, 1965), 1958-71 Stock Photo

 

 

Photo of YOUNG PEOPLE'S CONCERTS, Leonard Bernstein (right), (aired Jan. 28, 1965), 1958-71

Photographer: Everett Collection Inc / Alamy Stock Photo

Image ID: HD67CF

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On 7/9/2018 at 03:17, gvallee said:

Curious to know how we can submit (congrats on doing so BTW) pics of fine art when there are so many restrictions on taking pics of street art and graffiti. Surely the same principle applies? We have been told to include 'context' for it to be approved these days, have we not?

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53 minutes ago, Jansos said:

Curious to know how we can submit (congrats on doing so BTW) pics of fine art when there are so many restrictions on taking pics of street art and graffiti. Surely the same principle applies? We have been told to include 'context' for it to be approved these days, have we not?

 

Likewise...compared to street art this just seems immoral, i mean i’ve owned some rare art books, what was stopping me just copying them?

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GEO.de
https://www.geo.de/reisen/reiseziele/19239-rtkl-interview-kronprinz-haakon-verraet-was-sie-norwegen-nicht-verpassen
Kronprinz Haakon verrät, was Sie in Norwegen nicht verpassen sollten
Crown Prince Haakon reveals what you should not miss in Norway


Crown Prince Haakon, and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway, during a visit to The County of Hedmark, In Norway
G3A1P7 Mauritius Images / Limedog / Alamy RM

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12/07/2018, Guardian, p9, Trump Arms pub, P8CPHX, William Barton [via Live News]
12/07/2018, Guardian, p37, shaving brush, CWM8CJ, Mihai Petre [RF & no credit - poss not new sale via Alamy]
12/07/2018, Guardian G2, p2, food cupboard, BTFDGR, capt.digby [No credit - poss not via Alamy]
12/07/2018, Guardian G2, p11, Leonard Bernstein, HD67CF, Everett Collection Inc

 

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1 hour ago, Jansos said:

Curious to know how we can submit (congrats on doing so BTW) pics of fine art when there are so many restrictions on taking pics of street art and graffiti. Surely the same principle applies? We have been told to include 'context' for it to be approved these days, have we not?

 

My guess would be that because in the case of classic art, the artist is very much long since dead and  the copyright has effectively expired  due to how long ago the poece was initially created (not sure about what rights the owner of the artwork today has though). With street art, the artwork is new and the artists are very much still alive. This is just my guess though.

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USA, The Washington Post, Local Living section, July 12th 2018 issue

 

Pg. 8, Boy in pool, Sakkmesterke

 

happy-little-boy-jumping-in-swimming-poo

 

Pg. 14, Couple walking barefoot, Image Source

 

elderly-couple-walking-bare-foot-in-the-

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4 hours ago, Jansos said:

Curious to know how we can submit (congrats on doing so BTW) pics of fine art when there are so many restrictions on taking pics of street art and graffiti. Surely the same principle applies? We have been told to include 'context' for it to be approved these days, have we not?

Only applies to living artists with lawyers. These are all long, long out of copyright.

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