#FlickrFriday: Noodles

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Christmas Noodles Noodle jump  #FlickrFriday #Noodles

Knitting n _ _ dles Festive Noodle I love macaroni>

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Take Out  - #FlickrFriday Flickr Friday - #Noodles

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#Noodles FlickrFriday: Noodles

Nudeln mit Zwiebel-Bacon-Tomate Noodles?

Street Noodles

# Our last Flickr Friday theme was #Noodles. This is a selection of our favorites from your submissions.

This time it was tough trying not to get hungry after enjoying all your tasty submissions. You gave us a try from different perspectives about how you see noodles in your world. From spaghetti shining like the sun to a cold night sharing your artwork moments with friends. We also found Harry Potter and a brave noodle jump. Feel free to enjoy and share more of this fun adventure in the Flickr Friday group pool.

We appreciate the galleries of favorites that you’ve been sharing with us. You can check them all out and share yours too.

Our new theme will make you remember and cherish your old memories. If you always wanted to experience how does #TimeTravel feels, this is the opportunity for you to go with the speed of light. Maybe you will look over your old grandma’s stuff or return to that place that still keeps the vintage smell in it. You can share your shots with us in the Flickr Friday group. The selection of the week, will be showcased right here on the Flickr blog. And don’t forget to reteweet us, or share our status so you can invite your friends to take part in the challenge.

Photos from mswickedmonton, Joe Comer, Laurent VALENCIA, Ninon, Rebecca Laflam, Louise Milburn, David Wells, Derek Hall, Joanne Parker, Tobwie, Caroline PAULUS, Steve, Johanneke Kroesbergen-Kamps, Conny Schubert, and Bryan S.

#FlickrFriday is a weekly photography project that challenges your creativity. For a chance to be featured on FlickrBlog, follow @flickr on Twitter & like us on Facebook and look for the weekly theme announcement every Friday. Browse the Flickr Friday category for more.

Posted by Ursula Rodriguez
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