Haan, Germany, November 25, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- One look is worth a thousand words.
Lean in design and structure MyGreatWorld.com’s spot-related photo database is launched these days.
Aiming to document every notable location on earth, all (amateur/ pro) photographers around the world are invited to contribute their captures and impressions of any city, point-of-interest or landscape and to describe them to the community. The picture within these spots might for example depict details of a (not) recommendable hotel, a folkloristic event, an interesting building or even ‘just’ the own road.
Within the self-explanatory upload-procedure the photos can be classified into up to three (by ten) categories and are afterwards online for evaluations and comments.
MyGreatWorld.com lives from the users’ engagement and from the belief that on an international level there are no 'boring' or unspectacular photos: The world in all its facets is very well worth seeing.
And even if someone really feels that their own area may appear bland, tedious and unsubstantial to others, this applies not necessarily to a viewer from the other side of the earth and the display of a familiar landscape might cause wanderlust to others.
Is there an architectural must-see in a town? Which hotel is it advisable to stay in? What's a commendable cafe, a museum worth seeing or a beautiful landscape in a spot?
By sharing photos and thoughts on a location, users at MyGreatWorld.com can give a helping hand and insider-guide to future visitors - and maybe even an eye-opener to residents living nearby.
Descriptions are fine. But pictures are better and www.MyGreatWorld.com offers the combination of both.
About the MyGreat GbR:
When in August 2006 Marco Stuewe and Thorsten Scherff called MyGreat into life their aim was to establish an open and non-commercial platform for every user to share his/her impressions of any place on earth. They wanted to create a database for all the international main destinations which would allow for a simple and fast access both to pictures of a place or landscape and to user-comments on the respective location.
In the course of planning this project, however, they soon had to discover that there were far more spectacular places in the world than they had dared to imagine ... and that some other fields of interest would round up their database-project nicely. Within a time span of just a few days more than 150 Internet-domains were thought of and registered and are by now constantly and freely offered to the community for the benefit of everyone.