Friday Consumerist Flickr Pool Finds

Here are five special photos that readers added to The Consumerist Flickr Pool this week, chosen because they’re both neat and could possibly be used in a Consumerist post. Our Flickr Pool is the place where Consumerist readers go and upload photos for possible use in future Consumerist posts. Just be a registered Flickr user, go here, and click “Join Group?” up on the top right, and start hitting “send to group” on your individual photos you want to add to the pool.

(Photo: NYCArthur)

nuclearplayground.jpg

(Photo: vp_bsu)

manwithdog.jpg

(Photo: Breslow)

girltexting.jpg

(Photo: Tincho.·.·. / Andrés Martín)

shoppingcartchristmastree.jpg

(Photo: el daverino)

Add your shots to The Consumerist Flickr pool, and perhaps they’ll get featured in a future story, or even highlighted in a Friday Consumerist Flickr Pool Finds post.

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  1. I love that nuke plant / playground shot.

  2. I love the nuke plant / playground shot.

  3. dronnac says:

    Oh My! Courvoisier, this is a sign!

    Love the Andres Martin picture.

  4. Coelacanth says:

    Love the nuclear power plant right next to a playground :)

    It’s nice to see that the kids get their daily dose of radiation to promote their healthy green glowing skin.

  5. hellinmyeyes says:

    MMMMM… Courvoisier….

  6. Sndtrkman says:

    I like both the Train photo and the Nuclear power plant right next to a kid’s playground….Overall they are all great photos.

  7. @COELACANTH: It’s really just their daily dose of water vapor.

    Unless they’re playing when there’s a meltdown.

  8. nfreader says:

    It’s not necessarily a nuclear power plant, it could be a steam tower for just about any coal or natural gas plant. It’s also and awesome picture.

  9. elephantattack says:

    power plant looks suspiciously Photoshopped…

  10. csdiego says:

    @elephantattack: Hmmm, ya think?

  11. jjdillii says:

    Keeping the playground cool.

  12. vp_bsu says:

    The pic isn’t ‘shopped. The stack is a cooling tower for an electrical plant in Michigan City, Indiana.

  13. Rectilinear Propagation says:

    Ooooh, shiny!

  14. Haltingpoint says:

    WTF? That’s my father with his dog! Talk about random internet weirdness. How in the hell did this end up on Consumerist?

  15. Haltingpoint says:

    So uh…who submitted my dad and his dog? Seriously?