For those interested below is a list of sites that offer free hosting of images.

Photobucket.com - Free (http://photobucket.com) (The site is supported by donations, so if you use it a lot consider a small donation to keep the site going.)

ImageShack - Free (http://www.imagevenue.com/)(ImageShack is an intuitive and easy-to-use free image hosting solution. It can be used to share pictures with friends, as well as post images on message boards and blogs. It can also be used to direct link images on your personal website or online auction.)

FreeHigh - Free (http://www.filehigh.com/) ("File High" allows free image hosting in which you can remove or change your uploaded images at any time. Hotlinking is allowed, so you can direct link to images stored on their server from anywhere on the web, such as auctions, forums, blogs, your own website, etc. Signup (free) is required. Users can add titles and descriptions to their images and create folders and public photo galleries to store them in. Users get 10 Mb of online storage space, 1Gb of bandwidth per month and a maximum file size of 250 Kb. Supported file formats: jpg, jpeg, gif, bmp, png, tif, tiff, cur, ani (others may be added if requested). Accounts may only be held by individuals over the age of 18. All individuals are allowed only one account.)

FreeFileUpload - (http://www.freefileupload.net/) Free File Upload is a free file hosting service using multiple servers for the maximum uptime of your hosted files. There is a 50MB file size limit on the free file uploads, and no limit on number of downloads or download bandwidth (subject to the fair usage policy). The free filehosting service has 200mbits of bandwidth and over 1 terabyte of hard drive storage space in its servers. There is a 30-days inactivity time-out on files. No direct linking to files, but instead you are given a download URL from a webpage with ads. Use their web hosting service to host your files on their reliable dedicated server network and share them with your friends and on message boards and blogs. You can freely host most file types, including movies, songs, films, mp3s, games, music, demos, and more. Operated by the same hosting company as PhotoJerk.

PicPile - (http://www.picpile.com/) Pic Pile is a free picture host where you can upload as many pictures and images as you want (unlimited server space and unlimited bandwidth). Has a 2 MB (2048k) file size limit. Registration is not required to use the free service, however registering will allow you to create free picture galleries with slideshows, upload hundreds of images at a time with their bulk upload feature, and win prizes in monthly contests. Currently accepts these image formats: .jpg, .gif, and .png pictures. Hotlinking pics is allowed, and image thumbnails are created automatically. Can be used for hosting images free on any ebay auction, blog, forum, or other website. Your photo galleries can be made public or private. There are also several categories of public image galleries to view the photos others have uploaded. Hosted images are never deleted from their server unless they violate their terms of use.

Ekono.net - (http://www.ekono.net/) Provides 100 MB free image hosting for eBay auctions, live journals, blogs, message boards, and online photo albums. Registration is required, but free, and hotlinking is allowed (direct linking the remotely hosted image files you uploaded). File size limit is 1 MB, and bandwidth limit is 500 MB per month. You can upload multiple files at a time. You can choose to have the uploader automatically create tiny thumbnail images. Powered by Uploaderv6b2 script from celerondude.com on redundant servers. You can resize the image online after it is uploaded, delete it, or rename it. You can make your photo folders to be public or private.

IMGPal - (http://www.imgpal.com/) IMG Pal is a provider of free image webhosting for all of your photos and pictures. No signup is needed. Just find the picture you want to upload, and click "Upload Picture", and in seconds it is uploaded. You can use the uploaded pictures on your blogs, website, auctions, forums, and more. Their website software generates a thumbnail for every picture you upload and displays various codes for linking to your picture (HTML, direct linking code, clickable forum code, and more). For registered users (free registration is available) they offer a Java applet upload tool where you can upload up to 50 pictures at a time. Image Pal owns their own servers, powered by Linux. File size limit: 1.5 MB. File extensions permitted: .jpg, .jpeg, .gif, .png, .bmp, .tif, .tiff files. Your uploaded photos and images never get deleted if they are viewed at least once every 90 days.