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My Photo made it to Schmap

My Photo made it to Schmap 

A couple weeks ago I logged into my Flickr account and found a message informing me that one of my NYC photo made it to the list of photos under consideration for the latest edition of Schmap NY

Yesterday I logged on and this time the message was that my photo had indeed made the tenth edition of the map.  In the snapshot below my photo is in the upper left hand corner.

So what is Schmap?  it is an on-line service with photos, maps and virtual tours that can give you a fairly good idea of  many destinations around the globe.  According to the information on their site over 90 millions Schmap have been down loaded. The information can also be downloaded on the Iphone or Nokia.

So next time you are planning a trip to a major city make sure to check out Schmap.

Another reminder also to support the creative commons on Flickr so others can use your photos with permission.

  

Schmap

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*****Disclosure -no compensation was received from Schmap the blog post was my idea.

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