Instagram Inspiration Guide #58

Instagram is de laatste tijd flink populariteit aan het verliezen. Door algoritmes en veel reclame is je feed niet meer zo nice als dat het ooit was en scrolled het een stuk minder chill weg. Zo staan updates staan niet langer meer op chronologische volgorde en wordt er willekeurig bepaald wat je te zien krijgt. Voor sommigen een zegen, voor velen een irritatiepunt. Des te belangrijker het is om het lijstje ‘Volgend’ op te schonen. Zorg dat je alleen maar je leukste vrienden en de tofste accounts volgt. En daar helpen we je graag bij. Hierbij een greep van de, volgens ons, tofste Instagrammers van het moment!

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It’s a photo that I wish didn’t exist but now that it does I want everyone to see it. What started as an opportunity to photograph a cute little sea horse turned into one of frustration and sadness as the incoming tide brought with it countless pieces of trash and sewage. This sea horse drifts long with the trash day in and day out as it rides the currents that flow along the Indonesian archipelago. This photo serves as an allegory for the current and future state of our oceans. What sort of future are we creating? How can your actions shape our planet?
thanks to @eyosexpeditions for getting me there and to @nhm_wpy and @sea_legacy for getting this photo in front of as many eyes as possible. Go to @sea_legacy to see how you can make a difference. . #plastic #seahorse #wpy53 #wildlifephotography #conservation @nhm_wpy @noaadebris #switchthestick

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I have a plan, one that I don’t know if it will work or not. But damn, I am going to try. Even if my plan doesn’t succeed, I know I will. I am struggling at something that matters to me. Before, I idealized telling people about the things that came from my successes. But now I think I can’t wait to show them the unbreakable foundation that I built from my struggles. ☺️🙏🏻 . Thank you @haluxvisions for the amazing 📷😍 . . #mountains #skiing #nevergiveup #protestwomen #dreambig #myway #kaprun #outdoor #salzburg #outdoorwomen #mylifestyle #enjoylife #halfpipe #alpinebabes #protestsportswear #kitzsteinhorn #wildernessbabes #womenwhoexplore #behappy #mountaingirls #livelife #getinspired #winterdays #happygirl #winterfun #passionate #mountains #zellamsee #dowhatyoulove

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Peter Aviki, a traditional Inuit hunter from northern Greenland, gives his dog team a break after a long morning of hard work. As much as the landscape and as much as the wildlife, it is the people of the Arctic that hold my fascination. The resilience, cleverness, and determination of the Inuit people from the circumpolar regions is one of the most amazing stories of adaptability and survival. Despite the many wrongs they have endured and the many challenges imposed by the harsh climate conditions of the Arctic, they have persevered. In places like the Greenlandic Arctic Inuit communities maintain their ties to the sea ice, to hunting for subsistence, and to the unforgiving nature of the northern latitudes. #TurningtheTide with @SeaLegacy, @NatGeoPristineSeas @NatGeo and @PaulNicklen. #TheLastIce | #polar | #climatechangeisreal | #photography | #tradition | #Arctic

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