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Loyal Readers, we need your help! We're always looking for pictures of events and attractions in Cattaraugus County. 

If you have any pictures that you'd like to share with us, we would definitely appreciate your help.

(Our eyes are not starving but we would love to see your photos from Cattaraugus County!)

How can you do this?

If you've attended an event in Cattaraugus County and taken pictures, we'd love to see them and share the images with other visitors.

This can be done in a number of ways:

  • By email - Email your great photos to info [at] EnchantedMountains [dot] com
  • On a photo sharing site - *Preferred* prefer Flickr
  • Snail mailing a CD or DVD - This is great too!
  • Printed photos - We will scan them. We get many older photos this way.

Some Photo Sharing Web Sites

Online, there are plenty of sites to upload from your digital camera and share them online.  The following sites are our favorite to do this:

You can upload your own pictures and tag them as "Enchanted Mountains" or "Cattaraugus County".

Search for Photos Others have Shared

Search any of the following terms to find images that have been shared:
//farm5 [dot] static [dot] flickr [dot] com/4101/buddyicons/1470075 [at] N20 [dot] jpg?1281541032" alt="items in Cattaraugus County" id="flickr_badge_icon" align="left" width="48" height="48" /> More in Cattaraugus County pool

Join us on Flickr

Join our Cattaraugus County Flickr group.  Here, you'll find a number of pictures related to the county that have already been uploaded.  Once you join, you can share your own photos with the group.

You can also add Enchanted Mountains as a contact on Flickr.

Thanks for your help and please leave a comment below with a link to your photos or if you prefer to share you photos another way please contact us.

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