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I ask because I think it would be neat to go to that site and get inspiration that would be seasonally or even culturally (holidays, events etc) relevant.

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Do you mean something like this? Easter, Summer, Winter, ... – Michael Kjörling Dec 21 '12 at 9:44

The closest I could think of would be to check some websites such as Flickr or Picasa. For example, on Flickr, if you go to the explore section, or check the popular tags (relevant to the season) section, it's very likely that people would upload pictures relevant to the current season/holiday afoot.

The flickr blog also features some "seasonal" posts.

share|improve this answer is the best site to get awesome images. As suggested by Matt, use tag feature, it helps you a lot.

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