About In the fridge
Welcome. Here you will find, and are invited to contribute, photos of refrigerators taken from inside with the door closed.
It's as simple as it is strange. A photo taken with the door closed, using your camera's timer function. The timer is important. Please do not attempt to get in the fridge yourself. Your flash will probably be needed too, unless your fridge light stays on when the door is closed (a good chance to find out!), or you have some of transparent fridge.
Actually, that's a good point. Photos of transparent or translucent fridges are particularly invited.
At the very least please tag your photo with "In the fridge" (or inthefridge, or in-the-fridge, it's all the same thing really). If you don't do this, one of the Fridge Keepers might do it for you. Additionally, please consider tagging the contents of your fridge too. That will make it easier (once Flickr index them) to find all photos from the pool which contain, for example, milk .
Please please add notes to your photo too. Notes make the picture much more entertaning. We'd love to see what this random stuff in the fridge actually is.
For now, the only rule is that the photo must be taken from inside the fridge. There are other groups around for people who insist on taking photos taken from outside the fridge. The weirdos.
This is a public group.
- View the group rules.
Members can post 2 things to the pool each day.
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