This group specializes in artwork depicting PLACES; cities and hometowns you may know and those you may not know. An incredible road trip.... Check out the group images, the contests and the discussion pages to assist in finding that perfect image.
Our Summer Logo is Tree in Provence by Jurgen Lorenzen. Find it here: https://fineartamerica.com/featured/tree-in-provence-jurgen-lorenzen.html
1- THE TITLE, THE TAGS (KEYWORDS) AND/OR THE DESCRIPTION MUST CONTAIN THE IDENTITY OF THE PLACE DEPICTED I.E. THE SPECIFIC PLACE, TOWN OR CITY, REGION AND/OR THE COUNTRY.
2 - The place does not have to be your actual hometown. It can be anywhere in the world. Anywhere is someone's hometown.
3 - All members must have at least 25 images uploaded to FAA and an avatar image. New FAA members are given a month to comply.
3 - General images of flowers, animals, birds etc. will not be accepted unless they are special to a PLACE with an explanation in the description.
4 - No macros or close-ups.
5 - All media accepted*, family-friendly, no nudes,
6 - If the image does not follow the above rules, I will have to reject it. I am the final word on conformity.
Just because the tag or description mentions a place does not make it an image ABOUT that place. Don't make it hard to find. It is not enough to write general description such as 'farmland,' 'park,' or 'my neighborhood.' Please be specific. Think of it as a travelogue or a road trip through images.
Do not forget there are several discussions to participate in... Some for self promotion, some for promotion of others and some for both! Participation in discussion increases our visibility on FAA! Please post your image in the pertinent regional discussion thread, so those folks looking for specific cities or towns can find it easily.
Hope everyone has fun!
Jenny Revitz Soper
*Please do not pass off someone else's work as your own. This includes, but is not limited to, your use of free stock photography, including but not limited to, those released under Creative Commons CC0 or PDD, to create art which is indistinguishable from the prior work in any meaningful manner. No Place Like Home expects independent creation plus a modicum of creativity. This applies to all members but especially those who know what I am talking about.