For more unusual/obscure Places, Flickr photos may not be helpful/representative, and no Wiki article may exist (and maybe there isn’t a real need for one). Why can’t a Place creator have the ability to add some of their own content, e.g. explaining the rationale behind their Place boundaries, etc., and maybe some photos of their own choosing rather than the ones “selected” by Flickr? Thanks!
FYI: I’ll use a Place I created earlier this year as an example: “Wildcat Hills incl Scotts Bluff Natl Monument (EPA Level 4 Ecoregion 25f Pine Bluffs and Hills)”. That’s a mouthful, but I felt the need to include much of that in the title since I had no place to include it. My place includes a popular National Monument and state recreation area, but for whatever reason several of the Flickr photos show roads, farmland and the slightly-corny “covered wagon” display at the Monument. There are hundreds if not thousands better photos on Flickr of these Monument; why these were selected is anyone’s guess. The last photo of a marshy sandhills area is more than 100 miles from this Place and has no obvious title, tags, etc. that would associate it with this Place.
In any case, it would be nice if I could explain why I chose to create this Place/its specific boundaries, include a link to the EPA Ecoregion map/info, include some of my own photos that are more representative of what a visitor to this Place would actually see in terms of “nature” etc.