Press Release Summary: My Great GbR expands the critically acclaimed Beta version of same to give a complete visual delight. Interested in photo, photography and photo communities; here is the site for you-http://www.MyGreatWorld.com. It allows all its users to upload pictures of their favorite spots.
Press Release Body: September 2008 - Do the pictures in fancy href=http://www.MyGreatWorld.com>travel magazines give a complete picture of a place? The answer is no. The pictures just show us a feat of Natureís brilliance in design of our evergreen planet, or one of those wicked tall monuments of human diligence. While the Eiffel tower may be a symbol of Paris and France on the whole, does it tell anything about the city? No. Perhaps, this must have been the inspiration behind this phenomenally successful idea to the people at href=http://www.MyGreatWorld.com>My Great GbR.
The uploader can also leave a personal comment or description or recommendations as a footnote to a photo. Also My Great GbR allows DO-FOLLOW external links for additional information and sponsoring. And any registered user may vote a picture and may leave a message as feedback. With the advanced searching options available the user can use view photos belonging to varied categories or pin point onto a single href=http://www.MyGreatWorld.com>photo by using a combination of connecting keywords.
And so it happens that My Great GbR will be the ultimate travel Guru by giving a far superior range of views of same location than a larger than life photo on any glossy magazine cover. What more, the additional information links accommodated in My Great GbR will provide a more knowledgeable inside information to a traveler. And as the photos accumulate in the database, the photos will become a track of evidence to the evolution of the city by its comparative view of the changes in architecture, advances in construction and housing. To top it all, the photos can be seen by choosing a continent category and moving into smaller levels or the freestyle way by zooming to the href=http://www.MyGreatWorld.com>spot-related photo from the top of world view in the map.