Mister 'E' MEMBER April 3, 2013
Hey folks. We at Yahoo! Philippines are going full-steam on our election coverage. As you know, it's going to happen on May. We will be selecting our senators and local officials to represent us. With that, you may find some interesting snaps that you can share with the community -- it may be interesting campaign paraphernalia you saw, or an odd campaign poster or sticker in an unlikely area. Your photos will also be shared on Yahoo! Philippines News. Happy posting!
Group DescriptionWelcome to the Yahoo! Philippines News Flickr group! This is our way of engaging and collaborating with the Filipino online community to help us cover the relevant and news-worthy happenings in the Philippines.
This is our way of involving the community to be part of our news coverage in the country. By submitting news photos in this group, please be informed that it also means you are giving us permission to feature the images in the Yahoo! Philippines Frontpage (www.yahoo.com.ph). Rest assured that you will be properly credited for your work.
Thank you for joining the group, we look forward to a fruitful collaboration with you! :)
Group RulesWelcome to the Yahoo! Philippines News group! We have created this group to involve the Filipino community in covering what's happening in and around the Philippines that 's relevant to Pinoys everywhere.
Please make sure that all photos submitted to the group are yours and by submitting them here, you are giving us permission to feature the images in the Yahoo! Philippines Frontpage (www.yahoo.com.ph). Rest assured that you will be properly credited for our use of your photo.
Kindly tag the images with the proper keywords and only submit photos that are news-related and relevant to Filipinos. It will be great if you can give a short description on where the photo was taken, what was happening and why you think the photo is news-worthy.
Thank you very much!
- Members can post 5 things to the pool each week.
- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art
- Accepted safety levels: Safe, Moderate