Texas.gov, the official website of the State of Texas, recently launched a new version of the site that features black and white photos of Texas in the background. Were looking for photos from Texans that capture the beauty of our great state pictures of nature, architecture, art, and more. Texas.gov receives nearly seven million visits every year, so this is a great opportunity for you to share your talent and love of photography with Texas.gov visitors.
To submit photos, visit the Texas.gov Flickr group at www.flickr.com/groups/texasgov_submit_a_photo. In order to submit photos, you must log in to Flickr by clicking the Join Group button. After joining, please make sure to review the full photo submission policy for important details about submitting photos.
Photos chosen for display on Texas.gov must fully comply with the submission guidelines, and will be selected based upon composition, interest, creativity, and overall impression. We are looking forward to highlighting some of the amazing photos of Texas from the people who embody it, so Texans send your best shot!
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