You can even use your own images on flickr, if you like.
Please press this link here- Abruzzo Magic - to see the Bubblr on the original PimPamPum site, as the image strip you see below is quite small.
You can view this short and excellent You Tube video tutorial on how to use Bubblr as part of Using Web 2.0 in Key Stage 3 History, by Kerry Wensley, an ICT and History teacher from Nottingham, England. I am really impressed with the results of the history projects that Kerry's pupils created using a selection of fun web 2.0 tools.
I first came across this very informative video via Jose Picardo's lovely A Box of Tricks blog.
More links about Bubblr!
Nik Peachey has created an excellent video tutorial on how to create a Bubblr on his Nik's Daily English Activities blog.
Teacher Training Videos as usual offers very clear instructions on making a Bubblr.
Ozge's wonderful blog is doing a series on A - Z Web Tools. You can read all the tools beginining with "B" in this post here. It also includes Bubblr, of course :-)
Ana Maria from Life Feast blog has written up a great post on Exploring PIMPAMPUM.
ChristinaSkyBox has a fab post on Ice Breaking with Bubblr and Fotobabble.