#FlickrFriday: I’m only human


Auto Retrato // Self Portrait #ImOnlyHuman | Weltwohnung, Berlin Kreuzberg

#ImOnlyHuman#for Flickr Friday

I'm Only Human Learning

In The Arms of An Angel

Human boo-boo #ImOnlyHuman


Because sometimes being "serious" is just boring ;) Noir Self-Portrait

I'm Only Human

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

What does being human mean? It sounds like a question Hamlet would ask! Last #FlickrFriday you reconnected with your inner self and showed us different aspects of the being human: laughter and smiles, tears and loneliness, love and desire (for chocolate) etc. Some of you also thought that being serious is obviously very boring and played around with your picture to make us smile!

Check out all the galleries of favorites that you’ve been sharing with us, create your own and share it with us too.

Photos from 雁行, DTL Dario Tripi’Ñon, William Veder, maîcresse, Derek Hall, hinichi, What The Machhli, Macro-roni, memeo1, madamyaoy, Une croquette hors de son paquet, Tom Hilton, Daveography.ca

The theme for next week will be #TheBusStop. In bad or good weather, on a road in the middle of the desert, in a deep forest or in a bustling street… there is always a bus stop somewhere! Take a shot of it and hop on board for Flickr Friday! Share your picture with us in the Flickr Friday group. The selection of the week will be showcased right here in FlickrBlog. Don’t forget to invite your friends to take part in the challenge by retweeting us, or sharing our status.

#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.

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Ancienne élève en Art, Histoire de l'Art et Archéologie mais aussi en Arts appliqués, je suis passionnée et sensible à ce qui est beau. Sur Flickr, je découvre au quotidien des photos sublimes, des photographes de talent. Merci à eux !