So you use Flickr… what else is out there that is going to enable you to get the most out of it? Thanks to Flickr’s API a lot of people have come up with some very interesting tools. As I’ve learned there are a lot of things to discover from GreaseMonkey scripts to external sites that enhance the Flickr experience. Below (in no particular order) are my favorite external sites that enable me to more
From my trip last November to the Wave in Arizona. Hiking out in the dark my friends and I ended up swinging wide on our approach to the Wave. The detour proved to be an added perk to the hike. The diffuse light from the coming sunrise provided a very dramatic view of this amazing landscape.
This has been a long time favorite of mine and recently has become a favorite of quite a few others on Flickr via the Explore page. The story behind this image is quite painful. After hiking through 30 miles of the back country of Crater Lake National Park along the Pacific Coast Trail I decided to venture into the crater. A little too sore and with a few too many blisters on my feet I walked down the Cleetwood Cove
I took this photo of the San Francisco skyline through the Golden Gate Bridge about two weeks ago on a semi-warm afternoon that turned to chilly evening. I was pretty please with how it came out. I think it might be one of the better San Francisco photos I’ve taken in sometime. I suppose that makes it a personal favorite of mine. After posting this on Flickr it would seem I’m not alone in liking this shot
I’m flattered to see that my “Turning Tide” image of the Golden Gate Bridge has been coming up on Flickr Explore and front page. I think it might have first appeared on Sunday and seems to be coming up still today. Kinda neat 🙂
I woke up this morning to a pleasant surprise… my Full Moon Over San Francisco made the Flickr Explore page (the straight image can be seen below the screencapture image). I’m not sure how their “Interestingness” system works, but its fun to see the addition and receive additional comments.