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We've certainly covered a lot of ground in Flickr. So, what now? What's next? Well, a couple things I'd like to leave you with. One is, I really want you to explore the world of Flickr. And it can be exploring groups and finding other photographers who have similar interests to yours, and joining those groups and sharing photos, and looking at those photos. Or it could be exploring Flickr even on a grander scale. Where you use the Explore page, and you look at video, and analog images, and the world map and just really find these great shots that inspire and educate you. But really the most important thing is to upload your own work to Flickr, do it at a level that you're most comfortable with.
But get to those photos off your desktop computer, and get them out into the world where other people can enjoy them and give you feedback. And at the end of the day, I think that's the part about Flickr that excites me the most.
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