Memory is an odd thing. Or at least, mine is. I might forget what I went to the store for unless I rehearse the list in my mind or write it down.
But I took a British Country Living magazine out of the library recently and thought the front cover photo looked familiar. Well, maybe that was because I'd seen it in Marie-Claire Idées, in the September 2009 issue, seen above.
Here's the cover of Country Living, March 2010. C'est intéressant, n'est-ce pas?
I looked at the publication information, and Country Living is part of the massive Hearst conglomerate, but Marie-Claire is not.
Anyone in the publishing business out there? How often does this happen? Do magazines often sell photos/articles to each other? Or the photographer? I know that in writing articles, a certain time period has to pass before one can resell an article to another publication - if you've retained the rights to do so.
Regardless, I like the plates on the wall.