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Group Description

Capture anything about the essence of Sonoma County. The people, farming, winery / wines / vineyards, shopping, tourism, festivals, country fairs, country life, artist studios, clubs/social gatherings, antiques, Victorian homes, traditions, history / historical events/locations, architecture, old town, railroad square, (before it's all torn down), downtown, ethnic diversity, the rapid changes and growth this very old community is facing, gang activity, graffiti, street life, etc.

All of these things make up life in Sonoma County; A place for rich and poor alike, for a civilized and enjoyable life in some areas and complete gang warfare in other neighborhoods.

Try to post as much information about your photo, date, and the location if possible. Also, could please tag your photos "sonoma county" and "sonoma county, california" so we can get this group some exposure? I'd appreciate it. Thanks!

When commenting on a photo seen in this stream, to help promote this group, please consider including this html:

<a href="https://www.flickr.com/groups/sonomacounty/pool/"><b>** Seen in the Sonoma County, California Group! **</a></b>

Edit (6/10/07) Currently there is no restriction on daily upload amounts, but a few members have expressed concern over bulk uploading. So, if you can, please try to keep your series upload limited to around five. But in the interest of creative expression if there is a need to exceed that (such as your series makes a statement, or has a purpose, or just needs to be together..), there is no automated restriction at this time. Thanks.

Edit (11/7/07) There's now a 10 photo per day limit. The liberal batch/bulk upload policy didn't seem to be working, and I know several of you don't want to see 30-50 photos in a row from the same photographer. Let me know if you have any issues with this.

Edit (2/26/08) No sexually suggestive nudity please.

Group started: October 15, 2005

Additional Info

  • Members can post 10 things to the pool each day.
  • Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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