Comments
  • Beautiful!
    21-Apr-2017 17:20:07 PM
  • great buddy
    21-Apr-2017 18:02:15 PM
Trending Posts
By positioning her foster grandson and labradoodle, Reagan, along the reflective waters of the Columbia River in Portland, Oregon, Sandi Swiridoff ( @reagandoodle) was able to capture two meanings within the #WHPreflections theme. “The practice of yoga encourages us to reflect back on our own lives,” she says. Photo by @reagandoodle
😂❤️
We made #BAYWATCH🔥 for THE PEOPLE. And you're LOVING IT! THANK YOU! How bout the lady at the end kissing my cash and prizes area. 👄 😂
DJ/Producer @winstonmanmusic from Amsterdam playing Lil Wayne's Lollipop. 👌🏻
A single daisy in a French field twirled its way into our #BoomerangOfTheWeek. Add #BoomerangOfTheWeek to your next Boomerang’s caption — yours might show up here on @instagram. #Boomerang by @boomyourlife
Creating an orchestra with people from all around the globe without having ever physically met before __ The Insta Global Orchestra from top left to bottom right : @arianaflute, Flute (Sarajevo, Bosnia) @veronisab, Oboe (Copenhagen, Denmark) @laura_clarinetist, clarinet (Melbourne, Australia) @justanotherbassoonist, Bassoon (New York City, USA) @estherabrami, 1st Violin (London, UK) @rachelviolin, 2nd Violin (New Bern, USA) @nikolaciric, French Horn (Novi Sad, Serbia) @thatviolakid, Viola (New York City, USA) @kkubota8, Cello (New York City, USA) __ 🔊🎶 Mozart's Overture from the The Marriage of Figaro!
Miss this times..❤
asatø + 1: [ @anthony_uriarte] EP02S01 🌮🍣
Twenty-nine-year-old Sarah Diouf calls herself a serial entrepreneur. She started a digital media and visual production company that houses two publications, and her latest venture Tongoro ( @tongorostudio) is a ready-to-wear clothing line #MadeInAfrica. “By sourcing our materials on the continent and working with local tailors, our long-term goal is to contribute to the development of the retail production in western Africa, opening our first atelier here in Dakar, Senegal,” says Sarah, who was born in Paris and is now based in Dakar. Tongoro translates to “star” in Sango, the national language of the Central African Republic, where Sarah’s mother comes from. “I want to invite young Africans to dare and reach for the stars, prove that we can build our own dream by owning our ideas and putting them into fruition,” she says. “I dream of an Africa healed from the wounds inflicted because of a way of thinking that limited us for too long. It’s time for us to get to work and build a secure, strong and promising place, challenging the rest of the world with assets that belong to no one else but us.” #AfricaDay Photo by @tongorostudio
@jameshaunt collab unfinished
I send you to the Park and you lose her hat! From Disneyworld! Honestly! Hanx
The song and the first clip are by @shawnwasabi But I'm not sure who created this video. Does anyone know??
Check off my bucket list. SUMO CHAMPIONSHIP. Incredible tradition, ritual and pageantry. #TOKYO
@aaronkkai collab ⚡️⚡️⚡️⚡️⚡️
Today, we’re introducing two new features in Direct: landscape and portrait orientations, plus links. Now, whenever you send a permanent photo or video to your friends in Direct from your camera roll, you don’t have to worry about cropping it. We’ve also added support for links in Direct. You can share website links with friends and preview them directly from your thread. You’ll also see links for phone numbers and addresses. Since introducing the new Instagram Direct in April, we’ve been excited to give people more ways to have fun, visual conversations. We’ll continue to make improvements to Instagram Direct throughout the year. Landscape and portrait uploads in Direct are available today on iOS, with Android coming soon. Links in Direct messages are available today on both Android and iOS as part of Instagram version 10.22.
How your semester ends. 🙄 Follow @9gag for tips to go through your semester. - - 📹loltitty | Twitter - #9gag #school #graduation #fail #atleastyoutried
“My first modeling contract was in Japan when I was 13,” says model, photographer and TV and radio personality Brandise Danesewich ( @antimodel). “I’m Canadian, but I spent the majority of my youth in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia before moving to New York, and later settling in Los Angeles. I was generally the black sheep, punk outcast among my modeling peers, so I quickly discovered music and photography as a refuge. I realized I could intimately access all my favorite worlds with a camera. My work flow is a little unconventional, but luckily it works for me and the way I see the world. I grew up in the last generation before the smartphone era, so I make prints and often re-photograph the prints, or even photograph my monitor or the back of my camera, adding in window light, artificial light sources, reflections, animate and inanimate objects. A few years ago, I left LA for Palm Springs, California. I have always had an undeniable magnetic attraction to the desert — it’s a magical place. I spend more time on the road than at home and use the desert as a basecamp. I was born with sand in my veins. The desert is a great place to both come back to and to leave.” #WhereIComeFrom Photo by @antimodel
Likes
40
bridebookmakeup jerilyn.n narang4496 rakes_patel weddingsbyrogue 4x2a tkhullar_ meetupurewal rohniipabla ill_art1a simran_saiini handhweddings genesisent313 abbywedding filtaa_ paigecreative queenslandbrides amoredemusic pinklenghas s0933059005 besharatigroup bridentitycrisis whitelenghas muscan_saini 604canvas aysephotodesign velvetrynyc neeks_eats uhkneeka hayatoyama the_lensperspective caindijin teslermendelovitch squarerootdesigns donqhannahphotography jackfroot jackson_c_photography pp_grim photosbycmp