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The November Flickr Photo Pool Theme Is…

Post Published: 01 November 2009
Category: Thyroid Patients Flickr Pool
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Hey ladies and gents! It’s the start of a new month, and you know what that means… a new Dear Thyroid Flickr photo pool theme! Yep, that’s right. The last three months you people have really gone all out and sent in your best, brightest, most unique and expressive pictures for the pool, and we’re sure that November will be no different!

So… drum roll please… the Dear Thyroid November Flickr photo pool theme is… “Symptom“. ,  Good one, right? We know you’ll go crazy with this one. There are so many visual ways to express the idea of a symptom in thyroid disease. Our symptoms vary so greatly and what affects one person may not affect another. Whether it be weight gain, foot injuries, hair loss… we know you will bring it this month and show us the many symptoms brought on by your thyroid disease. Hey, you can even take it to a more abstract level and submit something totally unrelated to physical appearance altogether.

We can’t wait to see what creative pictures you send in this month!! And remember, as always, you’re free to submit as many pics as you like. Email them to dearthyroid@gmail.com.

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One Response to “The November Flickr Photo Pool Theme Is…”

  1. Cassandra says:

    oh my.. the endless possibilities..

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