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2009 Edible Garden Collage

October 17th, 2009

I enjoy being a member of Flickr. I like the social aspect of it, seeing other people’s photos, commenting on them and being a part of groups. I also like the way you can organize your photos into sets. The collage of all the photos in each set is great to see, I particularly liked the collage of my set titled:
2009 Edible Garden.
2009 Edible Garden
If you’re not a member of Flickr I’d recommend joining, it’s free (unless you upgrade to a pro account). You may just find a new group of friends (if you are on Flickr post a link to your photostream below, we’d love to see your photos).

Do you have a great on-line place you enjoy visiting?

7 Comments to “2009 Edible Garden Collage”
  1. Teresa O on October 17, 2009 at 8:13 am

    Yummy collage! I too have discovered the joys of Flickr.com. I put on earphones, turn on my favorite music and browse some of the most amazing photography on the net. I’m a bit slow on the comments, but I’ve started adding favorite photos. It’s a great site to create slide shows and collages of photographs, as you’ve done. I also use Picnik as an editing program. It has a lot of fun features.

    I look forward to checking out your photostream…to music, of course.

    My photostream:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/86778568@N00/
    .-= Teresa O´s last blog ..A Legacy of Pink =-.

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  2. Jaspenelle on October 17, 2009 at 10:51 am

    I love flickr too, it is actually how I found your blog! (http://www.flickr.com/photos/paganites/) I have a pro account because I upload so many large photos of my son for family but even that is quite reasonably priced.

    Beyond flickr I pretty much stick to my own sites (a blog and portfolio) and the other blogs I read (I probably have over 60 blogs in my feed reader.) I have a YouTube and Facebook account and am on a couple homesteading forums but not really active on much beyond flickr.
    .-= Jaspenelle´s last blog ..Rainy Day =-.

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  3. Biz on October 17, 2009 at 6:34 pm

    I’ll have to check that out – I use Picasa to organize my picks, but maybe flickr would work better?

    thanks!
    .-= Biz´s last blog ..Morning! =-.

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  4. KitsapFG on October 17, 2009 at 9:00 pm

    I always enjoy your photos – they are always well composed and artfully presented.

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  5. Andres Stell on October 17, 2009 at 9:50 pm

    I love your pictures, always look forward to seeing what new posting you have. My flickr stream is:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/stellvilla/
    .-= Andres Stell´s last blog ..Chicken Coop, revisited =-.

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  6. Suz McLean on October 21, 2009 at 6:19 am

    Love your photos, as always. Other on-line places I enjoy are: 101 Cookbooks; Geninne’s Art Blog (and Turbo’s blog); the Cottage Smallholder; Bad Human! Don’t take chemicals from Strangers and Facebook. Will look into flickr. Thanks for the great site!

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  7. Susy on October 21, 2009 at 9:42 am

    I love 101 cookbooks as well, smitten kitchen is a fave as well as is Bad Human. I’ll have to check out the art blog you mention.

    I’m not on facebook, I don’t know if I’d have time with this blog & flickr.

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