Books are now available!
It's coming! 24 Hours of Flickr: A global Flickr community event
What happens around the world in one day? In a word – life. Here on Flickr, our members are sharing the world that they see: snapping daily moments, recording history, telling stories, capturing beauty.
To celebrate this global community, we invite you to join us in 24 Hours of Flickr, a day-long global photo project. On May 5 2007, grab your camera and whatever else you need, and chronicle your day in pictures.
Join the 24 Hours of Flickr group to get ready for the big day. After the big day, post your best photo to the group. We'd love to see the group photos on a map as well, so make sure you add your photos to the map using the Organizr.
Remember! We want the photos here to illustrate one day in the life of the Flickr community — May 5, 2007 — so, you can only submit one (1) photo taken on May 5. (You'll have until May 21 to add your photo.)
The event will be commemorated by a companion 24 Hours of Flickr book, which will contain a selection of photographs chosen from the group. Additionally, the group's photos will be featured at Flickr events around the world this summer.
Books are available for $21.95 (soft cover) and $29.95 (hard cover) with Flickr and Blurb each donating $1 for each book sold to Médecins Sans Frontières up to a total of $10,000 USD.
By adding your photo to this group, you understand that it may be selected for publication in the 24 Hours of Flickr commemorative book and/or displayed at a Flickr-sponsored event this summer.
Group Rules1. By adding your photo to this group, you understand that it may be selected for publication in the "24 Hours of Flickr" commemorative book and/or displayed at a Flickr-sponsored event this summer.
2. Photos submitted to the group must have been taken on May 5, 2007.
3. Photos may be submitted until May 21, 2007.
- This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
- Accepted safety levels: Safe