We’re celebrating the stranger-portrait tradition on Flickr by encouraging you all to making the next global Flickr photowalks the weekend of August 22nd and 23rd, 2015, all about breaking down the social barriers keeping you from the people around you.
Be sure to view the incredible album of photos from the U.S. National Archive with reactions from U.S. leaders to the September 11th, 2001, terror attacks.
The European Parliament, a long-time and active member of the Flickr community, is running monthly themed contests to select two guest photographers to attend the opening session of the Parliament this November in Strasbourg, France. Learn more!
If you could share one photo with the entire world, what would you pick? Join with Outernet and Creative Commons this weekend as they co-host the first edit-a-thon for Humanity’s Public Library on July 18-19, 2015.
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center has just published on Flickr the first high-resolution photo of Pluto’s surface, which you can see in this post.
Since unveiling one of the biggest Flickr redesigns in history just over a month ago, the positive reactions, comments, tweets and Facebook posts from our members and media have been astounding. You’ve told us how much you love the new Flickr and we wanted to spotlight your top 5 favorite features.
Now that’s how to get your coffee to go!
The Success Kid meme is one of the best-known on the internet and it all started with this photo from Flickr member Laney Griner. Success […]
“Let me spin my wheels,” a new Flickr gallery of inspiring bicycle images.