Tribute to Flickr Commons 5th Anniversary

I’ve introduced several times the work of the Nationaal Archief in the Netherlands or the State Library of New South Wales or the National Library of Ireland or the Library of Congress (Washington) – they all uploaded at and also kindly sent their treasures to my group BLOG IT. So as a tribute to the 5th anniversary of the “Flickr commons” I proudly present again a few of those forefathers’ snap-shots:
‘U155’ at Tower Bridge
“U155 at Tower Bridge” by National Maritime Museum
Dog with a pipe in its mouth
“Dog with a pipe in its mouth” by LlGC ~ NLW
Eénwielige motorfiets / One wheel motor cycle
“One wheel motor cycle” by Nationaal Archief
What an amazing contraption!
“What an amazing contraption!” by National Library of Ireland on The Commons
House, Houston, Texas  (LOC)
“House, Houston, Texas” by The Library of Congress (LOC)
Wreck of the 'Gratitude', Macquarie Island, 1911
“Wreck of the ‘Gratitude’, Macquarie Island, 1911” by State Library of New South Wales collection

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9 responses to “Tribute to Flickr Commons 5th Anniversary

  1. That concept of that one wheeled motorcycle should be looked at again!


  2. Congratulations, wonderful post and of course blog too. Thank you, love, nia


  3. What an amazing set Frizz! That Texas house is the standout for me.


  4. Love these old pictures! Great presentation and post!


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  7. Love the old photos! :S


  8. Great collection of old photos, Frizz! The look on the dog’s face is priceless.


  9. Happy Birthday Flickr!


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