Things I’ve learned from Flickr….

A sunrise/sunset, no matter how many times you’ve seen it, is still great to look at…

Never drink to the point you pass out cold around “friends” who own Sharpies®…

Taking a good photo each day for 365 days is really the challenge…

When you can’t think of anything else to say, there is always “wow..............” or “perfect!!!!!!!!!!” or “big fave!”…

Either because there’s a lack of material to shoot or people are just plain self absorbed, there are too many “self portraits” in this world…

Any decent picture of a Carnival Swing will make it “interesting” (i.e. “interestingness”)…

For that matter, any product picture on the day it’s announced or day it’s first available will make it “interesting” too…

…Especially if the product placement is in Papua New Guinea…

“Stock photo company? I don’t need no stinking Stock photo company to represent me…”

If you post your camera collection and make a reference to a way to “cock the shutter”, you’ll got a large number of hits on that photo…

I’m not really sure if there is a practical application for Moo® Minicards™, but they are way cool!

When the moon is full....people will take pictures of it...

And mostly, there are a lot of creative people on this planet!


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    lokfreek says:

    "If you want something done right. Capt Kodak's the man for the job. If you need a problem figured out. He's real good at that too. And I know it sounds hokey....but he's an all around good guy too."

    19th October, 2006

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