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Welcome TrekEarth users!

Old Nov 28, 22, 11:06 am
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Welcome TrekEarth users!

Hello everyone,

For those unaware, we recently, regrettably, shuttered another site. It was home to some of the best photos from around the world I've ever seen. We wanted to give the users of that site a second chance, where their diversity, worldliness, and talent would be appreciated. I could think of no better place than FlyerTalk's Travel Photography forum!

Trek users, you can get started by making an account and then going here: https://www.flyertalk.com/g/?filter=recent to create your photo albums. Or you can simply make a post and click the "paperclip" icon in the text editor!

Again, welcome!

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Old Nov 28, 22, 9:43 pm
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Hello,
This seems to be a discussion site. Is there a place for photos and critiques?
MT
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Old Nov 29, 22, 2:36 am
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Originally Posted by mcmtanyel View Post
Hello,
This seems to be a discussion site. Is there a place for photos and critiques?
MT
Read IBJoel's first post for Photo tool link.

Originally Posted by carolfly View Post
Hey , please take care of rules
Try this link for an overview of some site rules. Flyertalk can be overwhelming for first time users.

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Old Dec 3, 22, 11:24 am
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I have been redirected here from treklens. What happened to the site?
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Old Dec 5, 22, 2:33 pm
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CorrieLeBon, Internet Brands decided it wasn't worth spending the money on keeping TrekEarth going. A major upgrade to the software would be required. As they hadn't put any effort into TE in several years it had been doomed for a long time.
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