Chiron pool at Flickr

Alun Salt notes

Recently the 5000th photo was uploaded to the Chiron pool at Flickr. That’s over 5000 photos connected to antiquity which you can pick up and use in presentations or blogs for free. It’s due in no small part to the submissions by Ovando and MHarrsch, but there’s 130 other members. It’s a simple interface and an excellent example of what you can do with Flickr.

You can see the latest additions to Chiron in the photobar at the top of the page and you can visit the website of the people who had such a good idea at Chironweb.

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One Response to Chiron pool at Flickr

  1. I am reading (in the original Attic Greek) Xenophon’s Anabasis, and blogging it as I go.

    Here is today’s installment (Book 1, Ch. 7) –

    I welcome anyone who wants to “go up” with me in this journey. I hope I make it back in as good shape as the 10,000. 🙂

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