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|Tags||jupitersnest||0||jupitersnest||7 years ago|
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|Locations||Rick Shackletons Photographic Adventures||2||flawildflowers||8 years ago|
Group DescriptionDo you love Florida's native wildflowers? The Florida Wildflower Foundation invites you to share your photos of them, join in discussions and learn more about wildflowers' role in the ecosystems of La Florida, land of flowers.
Group Rules1. Please post only photos of Florida's native wildflowers in natural communities, beside roadways and trails, in meadows, landscapes and parks. Include only flowers; no fruits, please.
2. Try to identify the flowers before posting, if possible. For helpful sources, visit www.flawildflowers.org. You may also email your photo to firstname.lastname@example.org for help with identification.
3. If possible, include an approximate location of the flower (i.e., city, county, road name, park name) so that we can share the flower with others in your area who may be interested in viewing wildflowers. To protect your privacy, please remove geotags before posting wildflowers in your home's landscape.
4. By posting your photo, you agree to allow the Florida Wildflower Foundation to use your photo to promote Florida wildflowers through its social media outlets, blog and Web site, and to use the photo in all media to promote its Flickr presence.
5. By posting photos to this group, you guarantee that you hold all rights to any photograph you post and that it was taken by you.
6. The Florida Wildflower Foundation is not liable for unauthorized use of a photo posted in its Flickr group.
7. The Florida Wildflower Foundation reserves the right to remove photos of non-native wildflowers and any other material deemed improper, and to ban any group member from participation for any reason.
- This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
- Accepted content types: Photos, Images
- Accepted safety levels: Safe