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Earle House picturesEdit
Hi! I've added comments at Commons:Deletion requests/File:Earle House (Canehill, Arkansas) .jpg and Commons:Village Pump#Earle House, Cane Hill, Arkansas. You can click on "Edit" on most files on Wikipedia and on Commons, and edit their text information pretty much like a Wikipedia article. (You just can't edit the image itself.) Your own upload has been renamed to File:Earle House, Canehill, Arkansas.jpeg. So you can now go to en:Earle House (Canehill, Arkansas) (the Wikipedia article), edit it, and replace "Earle House (Canehill, Arkansas) .jpg" with "Earle House, Canehill, Arkansas.jpeg" and, when you preview it, your own photo should be there instead. Thanks for your contribution! (You can also Edit your talk page to reply, or Edit other talk pages like you did with Commons:Village pump. Add --~~~~ on the end of your message on talk pages, so your name shows up next to what you wrote.) --Closeapple (talk) 18:39, 21 March 2013 (UTC)
Hi! Welcome to our online community and thanks for the upload. I appreciate you catching my erroneous photo. Would you be interested in taking more photos around Canehill or the area? I have only been out that way once and I missed a few of the historic properties. If you are interested in history, there is lots of editing to be done on Arkansas articles on Wikipedia. Feel free to contact me here or there. Regards, Brandonrush (talk) 15:00, 24 March 2013 (UTC)