[tweetmeme source=”pagetx”]As many of you already know, I am a huge fan of Flickr. I use it personally to share photos from my life and my travels. I also use it professionally to help promote the Colorado River Trail region with our Flickr group. With this group, I’m able to get candid and often high-quality photos from people enjoying my destination. I’ve used them in blog posts, on Facebook and Twitter, and even in a publication (with the photographer’s permission, of course).
Finding these photos can be very time-consuming – especially when your destination consists of 11 Texas counties. Manually searching for town or attraction names is tedious at best. What if there were a way to have great photography delivered to you on a daily basis?
What if you didn’t have to hunt for them any more? What would that be worth to you?
Now. What if I told you it was free and just takes a few simple steps to get set up?
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