Sunday, July 01, 2007

Random Flickr-Blogging's Greatest Hits (So Far)

It's summer, and you know what that means -- summer re-runs! In honor of the one-year (and one extra month) anniversary of the origin of Random Flickr-Blogging, here's a collection of RFB favorites.

[Cross-posted at If I Ran The Zoo.]

Originally uploaded by Planet Janet 111.
Random Flickr-blogging explained.
Even a traveling gnome needs to bring along an extra change of underwear.

Originally uploaded by rbeforee.
Young George sets out from Kennebunkport for Beverly Hills, never dreaming that a stiff crosswind in the Texas plains would change history forever.

Originally uploaded by kittykowalski.
The crowd having been whipped into a complete frenzy, the band launched into its big hit single, "The Struggle of The Workers To Cast Off the Bonds of Imperialism and Complete The Tractor Factory".

Originally uploaded by munmun.
"I wish I knew how to quit you, Mister Ed."

Originally uploaded by Suikerrock 2006.
As the date for his brain-tumor surgery approached, he was having second thoughts about selecting the low-cost, high-deductible health plan option.

Originally uploaded by Hsiaoyun&Erwin.
One of the best-kept dining-out secrets is the Centers For Disease Control Cafeteria.

Originally uploaded by dogseat.
"Premiering this Saturday on Fox! It's Holy Sabbath meets Black Sabbath, as Sister Harriet tries to keep an aging, drug-addled heavy-metal star on the straight and narrow, in The New Adventures of Ozzy and Harriet!"

Originally uploaded by
¿Un cigarro es a veces justo un cigarro, eh, señor Freud?

Originally uploaded by xispo.
Michelle Malkin takes a break from the eternal search for truth, and wonders how much longer she can get away with putting that Asian chick's picture on her blog.