Consumerist Friday Flickr Finds

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

Christmas illusions shattered
#2 – (–ë–†–ê–¢–°–¢–í–û)

The "Royal Cuisine" cooking classes were temporarily suspended following Mr. Antoine Brill's demonstration of duck in caramel sauce.
#3 – (David Blackwell.)

wachusett ski slope people
#4 – (photographynatalia)

#5 – (ashi)

#6 – (allancaplan)

Hang it up
#7 – (stevendepolo)

Classic 7 UP bottle
#8 – (–ë–†–ê–¢–°–¢–í–û)

The Red Door
#9 – (Karen_Chappell)

#10 – (Studio d’Xavier)

Our Flickr Pool is the place where Consumerist readers 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 be 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. mauispiderweb says:

    Aww … kitteh is shopping for hisself.

    The next photo reminds me of my broken dreams — shattered beyond all repair.

  2. thrillcook says:

    #4 What?! Wachusett has Snow! That is the bottom of Challenger.

    • clippy2.0 says:

      I was out there last Wednesday. I mean, it’s pretty much all ice, but they had 3 trails open. $20 lift tickets! Doubt they still have that deal for next week though

  3. Nick Wright says:

    How does the Flickr pool work? Most of the photos are All Rights Reserved. Is it just cool to use them because you aren’t making any money off of it? (Curious for the purposes of my own online projects.)

    • comedian says:

      By submitting photos to the Consumerist group photographers are allowing Consumerist to use the photos to illustrate blog posts on

      Otherwise, and for other potential users of the photos, licensing and rights remain as stated on the photo page.

  4. Wasp is like Requiem for a Dream without the cheery bits says:

    I like the color against the black and white in the 7up photo.

  5. SporadicBlah says:

    This was to be a Christmas that Kitteh would never forget. He had guests arriving soon and he still hadn’t finished his shopping. His attempts at decorating and cooking were a disaster. Being a bachelor was tough! Even though the weather outside was frightful he had to do something. It was at that moment that Feliz Navidad started playing on the radio and Kitteh had a brilliant idea. Tacos for Christmas! The weather was too bad to drive but he had no time to hang around. He ran down to the bus stop and took the #7 up to Main St. for carry out. He arrived home just in time to greet his first guests at the door. Kitteh’s parents had a great time visiting his new apartment. They even bought him a very expensive house warming gift which he put in a safe place so he could return it later for cash.

  6. CrankyOwl says:

    They wanted to check kitteh’s receipt before letting him leave the store, but he was having none of that. One look at kitteh’s sharp, pointy ends & they let him leave.

  7. Quirk Sugarplum says:

    #1 Kitteh knows bargains. -.-

    #10 Wasp…is that you? :D

  8. Invader Zim says:

    Love the pict of the guy with the burnt duck soup.