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Capturing and sharing the world's moments. Download Hyperlapse from Instagram today at the link below.
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Hello, Instagram! It’s time for the #WeeklyFluff! Today’s fluff is of the miniature porcine variety. Meet Priscilla (@prissy_pig) and her brother Poppleton, two adorable piglets that spend their days playing dress-up and rooting around on the beach in sunny Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. To add a dose of playful piggy to your Instagram feed, follow @prissy_pig.
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beexye : @andrecst7
shruthi_harish : It's face is like ur face only! ๐Ÿ˜‚ @rahulrish1991
laurolapas : this is u @g_rerum @eiiamigos @sokoladineknyga
sukhyrai : @suessmuffin that did actually make me smile!! Thaaaankyou
shamimro : @m___sara nmidoonm shide?
bartolo_meru : Noooooooo @philippaariadne
salma_sherdy : y333333 ๐Ÿ˜ฌ
hannahstephanieshields : @sarahlouisashields
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Every Monday we share some of our favorite Weekend Hashtag Project submissions on our blog at blog.instagram.com. Congratulations to @estherleclerc, @beavisiones, @rob_schwartz, @yalinbuyukdora, @justingould, @jshmln, @paulineetbounty, @jesperbulow and @emirose820 who all had featured submissions for #WHPbwlandscapes!
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justingould : Thank you Cyn ๐Ÿ‘ @ohhlookabunny
charaf_chekireb : B@W
saraayl : Waaw
moises47 : Nais bery nais
photoshop1400 : ะจะธะบะฐะฐะฐั€ะฝะพะพ
bubbelmandis : Cool photo :)
mikkelfika : @instagram ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘
sagemellet : @justingould wow congrats!!
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It all started with an old typewriter and some tired expressions. “I began playing with the clichés we hear all the time,” São Paulo visual artist Verena Smit (@verenasmit) says. "I'll cross out a letter or a word, but make it so it can still be read. While there’s a part that rejects the cliché, there’s also a part that would like to somehow embrace it." To see more photos of Verena's word play follow @verenasmit on Instagram. Photo by @verenasmit
michael.guyi : @piaoyampiao
dasf7437 : Cooool nas
ksusha_belenkova : ะ”ะพะฑะฐะฒะปัะนั‚ะตััŒ ะดะพั€ะพะณะธะต:***
cjfarqad : ุญู„ูˆูˆูˆู‡
na.almarzook : Follw
na.almarzook : ููˆู„ูˆ
rnileshs : Cool
rezkiyah_ : Lonely
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“When I cut paper there is a release of tension, like the object I'm cutting out is confined in the paper and I am releasing it,” explains New York-based paper collage artist Travis Baker (@bedelgeuse). Travis never planned to become an artist but when he came across anatomical and botanical illustrations in 2009, he naturally started cutting and pasting. “Since these illustrations were done around the same time period, they had a similar aesthetic. My mind instantly came to the idea to create collages from it.” Over the years Travis has built up a large image library which he adds to over time, sourcing illustrations in old science and medical books. “My inspiration is the energy that exists between human and nature,” he says. “So much emotion is expressed by using anatomical imagery.” For more collages from Travis, follow @bedelgeuse. Photo by @bedelgeuse
ahmad_4211 : @unsita @sircaptainbradley @___eldorado
ahmad_4211 : @alverdo_aldo
mohammadnabil9 : ููˆู„ูˆ๐ŸŒน
rhmogman : Lindas
almansi7m : #almansi7m
cjfarqad : ุญู„ูˆู‡
na.almarzook : ููˆู„ูˆ
na.almarzook : Follw
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Every Sunday we post a weekly roundup on our blog (blog.instagram.com) featuring some of our favorite photos and videos from the week. Congrats to those whose photos and videos are featured this week! @blackbiirdfly @charlesdharapak @jonathanmariande @johnny777 @liefstoerstout @mmordasov @mserradesanferm @olivialocher @victorblue Photo by @blackbiirdfly
mohammadnabil9 : ุงุจูŠ ู…ุชุงุจุนูŠู† ูˆุดูˆูŠุช ู„ุงูŠูƒุงุช ู…ูŠุถุฑุด๐Ÿ˜œ
al_lujen : Nice
zhizhu_123 : ๆผ‚ไบฎใ€‚ใ€‚ใ€‚
mohammadnabil9 : ููˆู„ูˆ ๐ŸŒน
almansi7m : #almansi7m
cjfarqad : ุญู„ูˆู‡
na.almarzook : Follw
na.almarzook : ููˆู„ูˆ
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Brave men of central Japan ignite handheld fireworks, bringing exciting showers of flames to local summer fire festivals. These cylindrical, handheld pyrotechnics called “tezutsu-hanabi” (ๆ‰‹็ญ’่Šฑ็ซ) originated in Toyohashi during the Edo Period (1603-1868) and continues in modern-day Japan with events such as the 19th annual Fire Festival (็‚Žใฎ็ฅญๅ…ธ) this Saturday. To make these fireworks, craftsmen stuff black powder into bamboo trunks casted with thick ropes. Once lit, the cylinders spray sparks of fire until the explosives finish with a loud blast. Today the thrilling displays of men inside the downpours of sparks offer local and visiting Instagrammers a chance to capture some of the most spectacular moments of the summer. For more photos and videos of handheld fireworks, browse the #ๆ‰‹็ญ’่Šฑ็ซ hashtag. Photo by @turfwindride
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sircaptainbradley : Epic
mhalborzi : Very nice
mohammadnabil9 : ุงุจูŠ ู…ุชุงุจุนูŠู† ูˆุดูˆูŠุช ู„ุงูŠูƒุงุช ู…ูŠุถุฑุด๐Ÿ˜œ
al_lujen : @lujeo_o
almansi7m : #almansi7m
na.almarzook : ููˆู„ูˆ
na.almarzook : Follw
bassam_r3b : ููˆู„ูˆ
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Sam Stern (@sam_stern) published his first cookbook when he was 14 years old, but the young British author has been cooking since before he can remember. “I come from a large family with lots of taste preferences, so I was always in the kitchen helping out my mum,” he says. “I gradually moved from the little jobs to eventually taking over the kitchen.” Now 24, Sam is practically a veteran chef, with six books under his belt and another one on the way next year. But he uses Instagram to share a different, more personal display of recipes: the meals he makes at home for his family and friends. “I like to imagine the possibilities of various taste combinations, trying out new ingredients and timings,” he says. “If it starts in my imagination then triumphs on the plate—that is the ultimate rush for me.” For more photos and videos of Sam’s favorite dishes, follow @sam_stern. Photo by @sam_stern
refflesia_rose : Nyamnyam.. I want it..
tridd007 : The only thing I like on that plate is the chocolate cake
realist_yogalmyproblem : I want some
smhk1379 : hmmm
azoozalsalem : Sweet
sircaptainbradley : Add me
seoryung_chung : @elobrine shit
tangyys : ๆ—บๆ—บๅฎขๆœ ๅ…จ่Œ2800ๅŠ ๆๆˆ๏ผŒๅ…ผ่Œ15ไธ€ๅฐๆ—ถ๏ผŒๆœ‰ๅ…ด่ถฃๅŠ wechat1154726436
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Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPbwlandscapes The goal this weekend is to capture beautiful black and white landscapes. Some tips to get you started: When shooting landscapes, aim to include visual elements that will make your composition dynamic. In addition to a beautiful backdrop, look for interesting foreground objects and leading lines that draw your eye deeper into the photo. Next, try to visualize your photograph in black and white before you take it. Scope out scenes that have both bright and dark areas, as this will create a strong contrast in your final result. Finally, to make your photo black and white, try the Willow and Inkwell filters. For a different effect, try applying any of your favorite filters then taking the saturation all the way to zero. PROJECT RULES: Please only add the #WHPbwlandscapes hashtag to photos taken over this weekend and only submit your own photographs to the project. Any tagged image taken over the weekend is eligible to be featured Monday morning. For more examples and inspiration, check out blog.instagram.com. Featured photo by @peteressick
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ebtehal.h : โค๏ธโค๏ธ
mood_979 : ููˆู„ูˆ ูŠุงุฎูŠ .. <3
ahmed0hussin : #nice
osamaalghamdi131 : โ™ก
beatvicky : FÖLLÔW Mฤ’ FÕLLØW BÅÇK ๐Ÿ’„๐Ÿ’–๐ŸŽ€โ˜บ
abdurhman3_ : cool pic :)
sircaptainbradley : Add me
shosha4x : #ุงู„ู„ู‡ ูŠุง ุฌู…ุงู„ ุงู„ู…ูƒุงู† .. ุงุจุบู‰ ูู„ูˆุงุช ูˆู„ุงูŠูƒุงุช ุจู„ูŠุฒ
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Rio de Janeiro illustrator Luiza Bione's (@iamlubi) portraits of herself as a colorful character named Lubi blur the line between daydreams and reality. “Drawing makes virtually any scenario possible,” she says. “If Lubi wants to visit the moon, she can.” Last year, on Valentine's Day, her boyfriend Paulo Delvalle (@paulodelvalle) asked her to be his girlfriend with a hand-drawn card. “He created an illustrated version of himself named Fubi,” she says. “Since then, I've been drawing Lubi and Fubi based on our lives as well as all of the things we dream of doing.” To see more photos and videos from Lubi and Fubi’s colorful carioca life, follow @iamlubi and @iamfubi on Instagram. Photo by @iamlubi
tiara_devika : @mayaafiffah
beatvicky : FÖLLÔW Mฤ’ FÕLLØW BÅÇK ๐Ÿ’„๐Ÿ’–๐ŸŽ€โ˜บ
jackk.p : Everyone follow my friend @lord.beane
louiseduffyy : click the link in my bio
kotybaz : ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘
sircaptainbradley : Add me
ano.d2 : add me ...
cjfarqad : ุญู„ูˆู‡
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“I have been collecting skeletonized leaves for as long as I can remember,” explains Australian artist Meredith Woolnough (@meredithwoolnough), whose elaborate embroideries mimic coral, leaves and other forms from nature. “I have always found inspiration in the natural world.” A near perfect Scribbly gum leaf Meredith found inspired her largest work to date. “I mapped out the internal structure of the leaf and translated the design into a dense network of stitches,” she says. “It took me months to complete and it almost sent me mad but I am so happy with how it turned out.” To see more of Meredith’s nature-inspired creations, follow @meredithwoolnough. Photo by @meredithwoolnough
yanne.xo : So hot
akws_3mor : ู…ู…ูƒู† ูู„ูˆูˆูˆ ูˆู„ุงูŠูƒุงุงุช
mood_979 : ููˆู„ูˆ ูŠุงุญู„ูˆูŠู† .. <3
ahmed0hussin : #nice
mg_katherina : Nice
beatvicky : FÖLLÔW Mฤ’ FÕLLØW BÅÇK ๐Ÿ’„๐Ÿ’–๐ŸŽ€โ˜บ
suvarnav : Is this hand embroidery or machine
aso0om60 : Nice:)
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