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The Guardian on Flickr ADMIN September 12, 2013
Share your photos of flora, fauna and landscapes. By posting your pics here you a) acknowledge you have created the pictures or have permission to do so; and b) grant us a non-exclusive, worldwide, free licence to publish your pictures on the Guardian's platforms. Copyright resides with you. Further terms here: www.guardian.co.uk/help/2012/jun/26/terms-callouts-social...

Group Description

Green shoots is a group for people to share photographs of the natural world, run by the Guardian.

We're particularly interested in seasonal elements of nature, from the awakenings of spring to the stillness of winter.

We'll feature some of our favourite photographs on guardian.co.uk and maybe in the newspaper as well. By posting your pictures in this group you agree to let this happen (though copyright remains with you at all times, and you will be credited and paid if we use your picture out of the context of Green shoots).

See previous photos on the Guardian site:
www.theguardian.com/environment/series/green-shoots

Group Rules

Please tag your photos 'yournamesubjectassignment'. ‘Yourname’ can be either your Flickr user name or your real name. “Subject” is the name of the assignment. E.g. John Smith submitting to this month’s movement assignment would tag each of his photos johnsmithtreesinleafassignment. Each one of your submitted images must be tagged separately.

We'll feature some of our favourite portfolios and pictures from the group on guardian.co.uk and maybe in other formats, e.g. our newspapers. By posting your pictures here you a) acknowledge that you have created the pictures or have permission to do so; and b) grant us a non-exclusive, worldwide, free licence to publish your pictures as described. Copyright resides with you and you may reuse your pictures however you wish. You will be credited and paid if we make other uses of your pictures.

Additional Info

  • Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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