Sunday, September 11, 2011


My experience with Flickr was a pretty straightforward one. I have never used it before, but I have used sites like Photobucket, and it proved to be very similar. Using the photo uploading capabilities of Facebook often also has prepared me to be familiar with how a site like Flickr works.

I posted a photo of myself and a few members of my family at the Harry Potter part of Universal Orlando this past August.

When it came to posting photos having to do with libraries, I have been unable to actually get to a library so I improvised with photos I already possessed that had any connection to libraries. I hope this is okay! I posted a photo of a sign at NUI Galway that I took while spending a semester there in undergrad. The sign points the way to the University's library in both English and Irish. The other photo is of my aunt's dog reading Wuthering Heights--proving that literature is important to both humans and canines alike.

My Flickr Page


  1. I ran into the same problem where I didn't have any photo's of an actual library and had to improvise. One of the ones I did post was of my cat "reading" some Wonder Woman comics, so I laughed when I read about your dog picture. Everyone enjoys a good book, whether they happen to be human or not!

  2. This was my first experience with Flickr as well! I was pleasantly surprised by how easy it was to get around the site. I also love your Harry Potter picture! That is one the top of my list of places to go. Did you try the Butterbeer?

  3. I'll admit that I am only a moderate fan of Harry Potter, but I LOVED the attraction in Orlando. It's so other worldy that I never wanted to leave, haha. We did try the butterbeer, the frozen kind to be exact. It was delicious and I'm pretty sure it's easy to make: like butterscotch, cream soda, whipped cream, and ice.