Did you snap a photo of a holiday display in the city? Get a great shot of your child's school concert, play or game?
Or perhaps you took a video clip of something someone said at a meeting or documented the latest storm devastation or traffic pileup or the morning sunrise.
"Your Neighborhood Gallery" has debuted today on White Plains Patch. We often receive a singular photo from readers, but haven't had a mechanism to post it without writing a story or signing users up as bloggers—until now.
The gallery is set up as a contribution template and it gives locals a way to easily upload photos and videos of the community directly to the White Plains Patch website.
We're excited to have a way to showcase your contributions. While we've always encouraged readers to add their own images to our existing stories, now we have a place for you to add the visuals that aren't related to any particular story but could still be shared with the community.
And it's easy.
Just use the button embedded in the gallery.
Be sure to email firstname.lastname@example.org after you upload your photo so we can feature it for everyone to see.
Your images can be of anything. A scene from the City Center. A swim meet. That tasty meal you ate at a local restaurant. An award presentation. A flower blooming. A tree fallen on a house. Snow piled up to your window. The sunset over the reservoir.
You can also write a caption about your photo—as little or as much as you want. Or you can let the photo speak for itself.