Consumerist Friday Flickr Finds

Here are twelve of the best photos that readers added to The Consumerist Flickr Pool this week, picked for neatness and usability in a Consumerist post.

Italian
(Chuck Pepper Jr.)

DSC_1918
(D©Bloom)

Sidewalk Closed
(efkjr79)

IMG_3713
(carderalex)

| Eight Ball Reflection |
(Steve O’s Photos)

MS5E5265
(jonathon)

FDIC HQ
(afagen)

'side
(AaronBBrown)

20100828 Toronto
(Brian Jackson Now)

Grabbing a Customer...
(spinadelic)

IMG_0009
(eBelinda)

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.

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. See previous winners of the Friday Consumerist Flickr Pool finds here.

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  1. Tongsy says:

    Those little girls with their ice cream stand better be careful or they’ll get shut down and fined.

  2. Cantras says:

    Crazy that the sidewalk one was in RI. I almost commented that I’ve walked through there, but I was in Des Moines.

  3. theycallmeGinger says:

    That first one looks like — or is — Katie Holmes.

  4. quijote says:

    That “ice cream” photo is amazing.

  5. Chooi says:

    what? no kittehs??

  6. cosmic.charlie says:

    What’s with all the kids today?!

    • Laura Northrup says:

      Sometimes the photos I like best have animals. Sometimes they have cars. Last week, there were two pictures with Starbucks cold cups. This week, three pictures of kids. It’s all chance.

  7. diasdiem says:

    We’ve replaced the straws in her smoothie with a tiny double-barreled shotgun. Let’s see if she can tell the difference.

  8. luftmenschPhil says:

    The 1st with the double exposure is awesome!

    • Halliday says:

      I don’t think it’s a double exposure. Looks like the reflection in the glass of a window display to me.