For the animal ❤️er in your life: the Animals of Instagram 2016 calendar 🐾
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#whoifollow #🦃 #igthanksgiving
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When photographing Atlanta Falcons football games, Kevin D. Liles (@kevindliles) will take the requisite shots of touchdowns and dramatic tackles, but as a contractor for the team, he has the freedom to also point his lens away from the field. “Everything else is fascinating to me — the fans, the colors, the details, the face paint, the tattoos,” the 36-year-old says. “All the little things add up to tell a much richer story than just the action.” Sure, sometimes he’s 300 feet (90 meters) above the field on a catwalk, capturing quarterback Matt Ryan in the middle of a throw, but other times he’s getting smaller moments, like a detailed picture of defensive end Adrian Clayborn’s dreadlocks. Kevin also covers local and national news, like a recent Hillary Clinton campaign stop, for the New York Times. But no matter what he’s shooting, Kevin’s approach to preparation is the same: “I do my homework. With the players, I try to learn as much about them as I can. Same thing with news assignments. Everything I do, I just try to tell stories.” Photo by @kevindliles
babylannings : Fabulous!
mohamedalioficial : Hello
mohamedalioficial : People
mohamedalioficial : Arab
mohamedalioficial : Latinos
mohamedalioficial : EEUU.
mohamedalioficial : Rusia
mohamedalioficial : Spain
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Every Sunday, we look back on the week and select some of our favorite images from emerging voices across the globe. For these photos and more news from around the community, visit Congratulations to those who are featured! @sarakbyrne @javieralejandro_ @kincyokochan.311 @imraanchristian @missgint @mywayy07 @mcommejeanpierre @kendrickbrinson @kamaliehsan Photo by @kincyokochan.311
eshan_sharmenator : @prachi_kind 😊😊😘😘poochi
kellymacdonald90 : @race442
gavraela111 : Kawaii😜😜😛😛😛
prachi_kind : Awww poochi...@eshan_sharmenator
ucrzylou : @kolbi_7 make your bunnies do this...
lamannabakery : @adimartino27 I'm the chubbier one
thisisadam92 : @xoxon1a
eshan_sharmenator : 😊😊😊cute hai na @prachi_kind
yadav2496 - cal_or_yan - iv_ashley_12 - tohidahranjani -
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“#hellomynameis Paulo Henrique Teodoro (@paulinhohop). I am 18 years old and live in Campinas, Brazil. I currently work at a music store and hope to study photography at university next year. In my free time, I am a hip-hop dancer and a photographer. As a kid, I really wanted to be a doctor, but it turns out that dream came from those around me more than from myself. When I realized that photography was one of my passions, I was visiting Rio de Janeiro. Surrounded by beautiful landscapes, I discovered that I do not need money to be rich. Being wealthy is about doing what I love: traveling, taking photographs and discovering new places.” Photo of @paulinhohop by @vitordamasio
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naeembinjabe : (أصبحنا وأصبح الملك لله، والحمد لله، لا إله إلا الله وحده لا شريك له، له الملك وله الحمد وهو على كل شيء قدير، رب أسألك خير ما في هذا اليوم وخير ما بعده، وأعوذ بك من شر ما في هذا اليوم وشر ما بعده، رب أعوذ بك من الكسل وسوء الكبر، رب أعوذ بك من عذاب في النار وعذاب في القبر)
unexplainable_dunn_ : @instagram
connor_whittington_11 : Go follow @dirtyplayzzz. For great sports Playz
cabrera_alana : Don't care
imedan : Very nice
albertocmurillo40 : 911 patrisio y el chilango estan robando me documentos para aser fraude
rayne_hd : *_*
janetzavatto : I hope that you keep taking beautiful photographs! Buena suerte en la futura!
cal_or_yan - nazuhazulkifli - um_khalifa847 - maddox_anderson1104 -
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“I think as a choreographer my work tends to be very physical and explosive and athletic, and I encourage that in the still photographs too,” explains Jacob Jonas, artistic director of his self-named dance company (@jacobjonasthecompany). Jacob discovered dance as a teenager living in Los Angeles; while skateboarding along Venice Beach he ran into a group of street performers and was immediately hooked. “With dance I’ve always been inspired by the people doing it rather than the moves they are doing, and that’s carried through my work today as a choreographer,” he says. A self-taught photographer, Jacob collaborates with Instagrammers to capture his dancers while on tour or outside of the rehearsal studio. He runs a monthly InstaMeet on location, #camerasanddancers, choosing unusual settings which respond to his dancers’ acrobatic movements. “I try to take each photo and make it an autobiography for the dancer — looking at the photograph you can understand who they are as people. It’s less about being flashy in their face and more about the rawness of the shot,” he says. Jacob is an advocate of staying curious and trying something new: “Encourage your friends to just go jump or do a dance pose,” he says. “You don’t have to be a professional dancer to shoot dance.” Video by @jacobjonasthecompany
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jaded_queen132 : Damn
tootie200510 : Awesome
bdlrhmn34310996338409 : Nies
alattinville : Hot dang!
psnow177 : Wow!
minayazdani9540 : @masoud.box1
asyrafkck : trbaik
mroy8389 : Ta criminal
maddox_anderson1104 - alvarado5028 - quisbertprado - hannahsuicoamistad -
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Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPhandmade The goal this weekend is to make photos and videos that feature artisanal crafts or your own handmade projects. Here’s how to get started: Use lighting and framing to highlight details that set crafted items apart. Share the story behind a homespun project — incorporate an artisan or craftsperson within their shop or workspace, reveal a work in progress, or use video to capture a project step-by-step. Be on the lookout for handmade objects in everyday life, such as recycled or creatively repurposed items. PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPhandmade hashtag only to photos and videos taken over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. Any tagged photo or video taken over the weekend is eligible to be featured Monday. For more examples and inspiration, check out Featured video by @tortus_copenhagen
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ashkan.rezaei.tsh : Awsome...
ava.armey123 : are u like Rick
steven.g35 : @kitty_destroyer2 you were good with your hands huh 😂
buckeyegirl37 : I would love to do that
myriamer : @justemeg fiouf.....
jose_games16 : Caranba esse cara e bom.
alterego_okta : @prana_shinta iki lhoo jeng WHP nyahh
prana_shinta : Wokeee siaap kkneng @alterego_okta
alvarado5028 - unnatalguadalupita - josealberto.valero95 - curtiluci -
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Once a week on Saturday mornings, Nour Kamel (@nourikam) goes out in search of hidden gems in bustling Cairo. After spending two years in France and Spain, Nour, who’s 27, returned home with a fresh lens and a passion to rediscover her home city of 11 million. “I suddenly started to notice the bits that are unique to us — the colors, the windows, how we hang our laundry,” she says. The Cairo most people experience is one that is crowded and loud, but Nour seeks out quieter streets with intimate surroundings that tell a different tale. “I like to find the sense of serenity that still exists,” she says. “I want people to see the Cairo that is least known to the world. That means a Cairo that is apolitical, a Cairo that lives in peace — where day-to-day activities happen smoothly, where there is charm and kindness and an extreme sense of home and hospitality.” Photo by @nourikam
blasillo2222 : Innovative car cover, custom fitted.
bridgeykl : doggy
alhadi1122 : Fo..............
rocriz59 : In 1972 I had a pair of jeans that matched it! Great !
lilianicastillo : @melizzamedina creo q voy a montar mi propia empresa de moto taxi VIP, ya estoy escojiendo los forros para protejerlas jijijiji
samira_hubulova : Попросил жену прогреть машину
meqelouise : @beautiful.but.cold_x car cover??
drsharm : Wow @yanshmatnik
syakillah_aniq - franks78x - chekefrausto - ngoctampro -
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Carefully chosen pans, a beam of light that filters unexpectedly, an ideal moment and a pinch of charm — these are the ingredients Carolina Ferrer (@carolina_ferrer_) combines to capture her passion for desserts. “I try to photograph things that you can eat with your eyes, through the colors, with my style,” says Carolina, a home cook, photographer and stylist who lives in Barcelona, Spain. Her love for baking began as a little girl when her aunt gave her some antique children’s cookbooks. She quickly replaced her toys with the sweet flavors that she loved to bake, preferring to give her treats to family, friends and neighbors rather than eating them herself. Now, accompanied by her son, Carolina photographs cakes on an eclectic collection of plates picked up during her travels, not caring about spilling ingredients all over the table. “Sometimes my pictures are a bit chaotic with all the flour and chocolate scattered everywhere,” she says. “But that’s how I cook.” Photo by @carolina_ferrer_
qsm.lbrhymy : منور
_mm99__ : @qsm.lbrhymy @re_ham_8 @macaroons212 تابعوني اتابعكم
anujjshukla : ❤
alhadi1122 : Fo.........
mad_dag10 : Hi I am a big fan u are awesome
plummer.b : Nice knife
ccp_naty16_gyn : doyis
jake31bsa : @alexasassypants03
travelingindonesian - evelynvillagomezmartinez - rendix_grind - muy2896 -
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If Thanksgiving in the US had a spokesperson, it would most likely be Martha Stewart (@marthastewart). “I love the food and the friends,” says the 74-year-old entrepreneur who has turned cooking, organizing and celebrating into an art as well as a global brand. This year, Martha will roast four turkeys (in 2014, there were only three), and make a signature bourbon cocktail to be sure her guests break the ice with each other. “I don’t want anyone at my Thanksgiving to say they are not happy,” she says, insisting it is not at all difficult to create a beautiful holiday — “Get a slew of good recipes, cook a beautiful turkey and your friends will adore you.” To celebrate with Martha, we asked her to recommend some favorite accounts on Instagram. Here is the lifestyle expert’s #whoifollow: Beyoncé (@beyonce) — She lives a life I only dream about. Kevin Sharkey (@seenbysharkey) — If I want to see the most beautiful photos of my own home ... He captures the essence of my living. Will Cotton (@willcottonnyc) — One of the most talented artists I know, and I was thrilled we collaborated on the 25th anniversary cover of Martha Stewart Living. Darcy Miller (@darcymiller) — Love seeing her three children, her creativity and drawings. Kei Yamazaki (@keiyamazaki) — Every picture is amazing. Gael Taley (@gtowey) — Travels to the most beautiful places in the world, and has the best travel photography. Photo by @marthastewart #🦃 If you’re in the US, celebrate Thanksgiving with the Instagram community by tapping on Explore (the magnifying glass) to see the best videos throughout the holiday. Any public Thanksgiving video is eligible to be featured, but if you want to make sure we see yours, add #IGThanksgiving.
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bailey_christine1 : Lol.
jbythegram : 😊yum
macy_maria14 : Yasss @miaet_29
_kylieburton : Verify @23kalani
alhadi1122 : Fo........
alhadi1122 : @macy_maria14 nice
melodyfireball : Leaves also @sueszeng
orin2004 : Looks delicious
afnan_ph - kurttopalli23 - my_habibi55 - amiyahrichardson -
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In Thailand and pockets of Myanmar, Malaysia and Laos, November 25 is the annual Loy Krathong festival — held at canals, rivers and lakes where those celebrating release ornate, buoyant baskets, called krathongs, to the water. “What I love about Loi Krathong is the idea of letting go,” says New York-based recruiting manager Bien Sunga (@jsph), whose travels to Chiang Mai, Thailand, coincided with this year’s festival. Several million Southeast Asian people and other travelers participate to honor Buddha and the goddess of water, and many hope to release negativity along with their floats. Bien likes this aspect best: “It is a good outlet to really separate myself from anything bothering me, so I can focus on the good in my life.” To see more photos of the festival, explore #loykrathong. Photo by @jsph
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satyavant : Awesome
silpintosmart : Bello
nickkaneshi : @dreeanti: I love this to much
giovannipulido75 : Bonito felicitación
zoeflacko : Yessss
patricialvesilva2015 : Muito lindo
yomamajokes.sauseee : 💸💸💸💸💸💸💸
yomamajokes.sauseee : 💸💸💸💸💸💸💸💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵CASH
afnan_ph - my_habibi55 - oularekadiatou - babman_bradara -
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The pictures are about survival. While Italian photographer Simona Ghizzoni (@simona.ghizzoni) chooses grim topics to tackle — from eating disorders to war in Gaza, and currently, female genital mutilation (FGM) across Africa — she wants to provide hope through her portraiture. “Fear of dying, fear of the war, being worried about people you love, wanting to love and be loved, having hopes... It comes down to those basic things you see everywhere,” Simona says. She started documenting FGM because, despite the laws against it, the practice persists, and sharing pictures of women who are affected by it is Simona’s activism. “The younger girls — 8, 12 year olds — they have never been looked at. They have always been leftovers in society,” she says. “I really see in some of their eyes, ‘I am looked at really and somebody is listening to what I am saying.’” November 25 is International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, and Simona is launching #uncutproject to raise awareness of FGM. Explore the hashtag to find out more. Photo by @simona.ghizzoni
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chsp943 : I find beauty in the exotic. Different always has its beauty. Some of us are afraid to admit it.
trishataya : Amazing art
amoly717 : 😕
pabs2105 : Good
suadblue : @hudahassan_
clement_photographe : Wonderful! 💙💚💜✊🌲
syahputraansyari : T
geebeeevans : Wow!
my_habibi55 - purplerose677 - fankpop_miss_perfect - sily.10 -
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