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Monday, April 28, 2008

Flickr Mini Meet Photos on London Transport Museum Site

Please accept my apologies, I have been meaning to post this for weeks. You may remember that along with
Sizemore, I helped to organise a Flickr Mini Meet at the refurbished London Transport Museum.

Flickr Mini Meet on London Transport Museum Website

Seventeen of us got together and ended up uploading over 680 photos to Flickr from our afternoon. The Museum were so impressed with the photos that they wanted put some up on their own website. So we used a public vote to help choose the best five. Thanks if you voted!

Those five are now up on the London Transport Museum's website (and indeed have been up for a few weeks now .... oooh .... sorry I did mean to post, work and loads of other stuff got in the way).

So congratulations to Fimb, James Cridland, Meg Pickard, Phill Price and Chutney Bannister for getting into the top five. As the museum are so lovely they've also linked to the whole Flickr stream from that day anyway.

Also, just in case everyone else is feeling left out, me and Sizemore heard last week that as a result of this, the Museum want to run a Flickr Photographic Scavenger Hunt with our help, which will involve a lot more people. We're having initial meetings in a couple of weeks time, so watch this space for what I'm sure will be another great day.

London Transport Museum Flickr Mini Meet - Cafe Chat 2 Steve and camera Filling in Museum on the Move Postcards 2 London Transport Museum Flickr Mini Meet - Cafe Chat

Video by Sizemore

Thanks to all photographers who took part in February as it was the quality of your work, feedback and your general enthusiasm which made all this come off.

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