Flickr is easily the most popular photo sharing site and it is very easy for dedicated users to quickly amass a large volume of images on the service. But what happens when you leave the service? Or even if Flickr disappeared? Do you have local co [...]
As promised in my last post, here’s a shot of the Flagcrackers – a traditional folk dance troop (think morris dancers) from North Yorkshire. Although this type of dancing goes back a long way, the Flagcrackers were established over 20  [...]
The Leeds Flickr Group had a day out in Knaresborough, North Yorkshire today. The weather was perfect and turnout good. Within the walls of Knaresborough Castle are several Ravens which are looked after by Her Majesty’s Keeper of Castle Rave [...]
Sometimes, despite all the advances in camera technology and the increase in mega-pixels and sensor size, its the simpler things that bring the most joy! This is definitely the case with one Flickr user – Dippold – who has shared a tem [...]
If you follow the Flickr Blog, you may have seen that they’ve been doing a set of interviews with users call ‘five questions‘  [...]
So there’s a Flickr MeMe doing the rounds at the moment. It works like this: if you use Flickr, go to the sixth page of your photostream and pick the sixth picture there, then post it to your blog. So here’s mine: This was taken at the [...]
This is the second of my articles highlighting some of my favourite contacts on Flickr and this one focuses on IrenaS. Based in Montreal, Irena is a freelance photographer, which is good for her as she has a stunning eye for capturing the absolute [...]
Generally on sites like Flickr, you see the most interesting photos (i.e. Explore) and you see the shots from your contacts and in the groups you review, but this can sometimes be something of a closed circle. So, I thought it was about time I sta [...]