I also meant to add that you can 'geotag' your synths (pin them on a worldwide map). To do this, you'll need to be signed in to your account.
Simply click the globe icon next to the lower right of your synth. When the map pops up zoom in to the correct place on the map (use the search box in the upper right corner of the map if that helps to find your place) and click on the appropriate place on the map. Thirdly, click the 'Save' button.
That way, interested visitors can get a sense of where your synth fits in the world.
All the best!
This sounds like it was used for a worthy cause.
I must say that I feel a bit odd viewing your synth before you. It came out fairly well.
You might try rotating all the photos right side up before giving them to Photosynth next time you make a synth. One good program to use for that is Windows Live Photo Gallery, available here: http://download.live.com/photogallery
You can also add the photographer or sculptor's name to each photo by highlighting the appropriate photos and filling in the 'Author' field. If you do this before making the synth, that name will appear next to your license in the lower left hand corner of the synth.
I look forward to seeing more from you!