A good photograph, map, or other graphic in an article really dresses it up. If you want one but are stumped, or totally lost about copyright rules, one really good way to find graphics is to type "public domain" into the Google image search window, along with an appropriate key word. An extra benefit is that you have a high probability of finding photographs that are legal under the Wikipedia rules. (Remember to copy down the artist's name and URL for recent photographs labelled "public domain", because you will need the information when you upload the graphic.)
My name is Leon, and I live in Vallejo, California, USA I'm a college student majoring in drafting. I've been an active Wikipedian for the past decade or so, and I'm a Wikipedia administrator willing to help you with your sysop needs. Although I'm moderately strict with the policies, I mostly use my admin powers for deletion, anti-vandalism, ban enforcement and unblock request handling. However, we all make mistakes. If policy allows, any other admin is free to revert any admin actions I have performed if they believe them to be mistaken or unwise.
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