With only a few days left to upload your pictures in most countries (except Israel), we just received the 250,000th upload! Compared with last year, we received slightly more uploads from slightly less people, but with roughly four days to go, we would need a bit more than 100,000 photos to break our own world record!
To reach this we need all the help we can get – please upload any photos of monuments you have left through the upload page of your country, help Wikipedia with more photos of cultural heritage, have a chance to win a prize if you have a great photo – or just be part at an attempt to break the world record for the World Largest Photography Competition (that is currently held by the 2012 Wiki Loves Monuments competition).
We heard that some people are confused about the number of pictures they are allowed to submit to the competition. Let us be clear: you’re invited to submit as many pictures to the competition as you like! There are people that only submit one of their finest pictures, but also many people who submit thousands. We appreciate both, and all images will be treated and considered equally, independent how many pictures someone submits.
We’re looking forward to a few more exciting days!
[…] sometimes their own money to document cultural heritage in more than 50 countries. Two days ago, more than 250,000 images had been uploaded to Wikimedia Commons, Wikipedia’s media repository. What a great success! […]