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Flickr Photo MeMe

For those of you not up on blog slang a "Meme" is a game where you share stuff about yourself. Most of you have probably done the email type where someone sends out a list of questions, you answer them and send the list back to the person who sent it to you along with sending it to other people. The questions are things like "Do you have any tattoos?" and "Croutons or Salad Dressing?" Stuff like that...

So in the past week or so a Meme has been going around the blogosphere where you answer a list of questions and then type your answers into the search field on Flickr. You then pick one picture from the first page of search results for each answer and use Mosaic Maker (or Flickr Mosaic if you have an upgraded account) to make a mosaic of the photos that come up. I thought it would be a fun one to do so here goes!

The questions:
1. What is your first name? Emily
2. What is your favorite food? Peanut Butter
3. What high school did you go to? George School
4. What is your favorite color? Robins Egg Blue
5. Who is your celebrity crush? Tim McGraw
6. Favorite drink? Currently- Shirley Temple
7. Dream vacation? South Africa
8. Favorite dessert? Ice Cream
9. What you want to be when you grow up? A mother
10. What do you love most in life? My family
11. One Word to describe you. Creative
12. Your Flickr name. Emskyrooney

Here are the photo credits if you're interested:

1. daffodil, 2. Peanut Butter Cup Innards, 3. Gorge School, 4. Untitled, 5. Bearded TIM McGRAW, 6. Shirley Temple, 7. The Kingdom of the Sky, 8. Ice cream day dream, 9. Children, 10. duck to duck to duck..., 11. The Shape Of My Heart, 12. Emskyrooney and DF


  1. That's really neat! The images really describe you!


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