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  1. Big thanks to all the members who participated in the last "August 2016 Challenge - Digital Manipulation", and to Lynne in particular for having chosen my image for the final round. My chosen subject for September 2016 photo-challenge is the one we all are so familiar with : "Our Native Land". Come, photo-celebrate your place of domicile (by birth or by stay, or both) by submitting three pics, which you consider to be the most iconic visuals of your native place captured by you. Your entries may exhibit any conceived aspect of your homeland and your entries may or may not include people. B
  2. I got the "Our Customers want your US images" email, which reminded me of this keywording question. All my images are from the US. I usually do not put any country identification in my keywords (and stopped using the "Location" field long ago). I figure that someone looking for an image in the US will search for a more specific location, but I've concluded that I need to add country ID. So what to add?: US, USA, United States, America, all of the preceding? How about the location field?
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