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nihongo:

今週は、フィルム写真ブログ特集です。デジタルカメラもいいけれど、アナログカメラの、現像するまでどんな写真が撮れているのかわからない、ちょっとしたタイムカプセルのようなドキドキ感がまた魅力ですよね。カメラ女子はもちろん、カメラ男子にも人気です。

ブログ名: yururinooheso
日常の中の一瞬をハイキーでふんわりと写したこのブログでは、メルヘンチックな世界が広がります。春はとっくに終わってしまったけれど、花々の写真でちょっと思い出してみたりして。

ブログ名: LAULU
緑、カフェ、花、犬。繊細な視線の写真がたくさん並ぶ中、ミニチュアダックスがお花畑で幸せそうにしている写真がとても印象的なブログです。

(画像: yururinooheso)

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Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPsuperpower

Weekend Hashtag Project is a series featuring designated themes & hashtags chosen by Instagram’s Community Team. For a chance to be featured on the Instagram blog, follow @instagram and look for a post announcing the weekend’s project every Friday.

This weekend’s tag was #WHPsuperpower, which asked participants to show off their superpowers with photos and videos. Every Monday we feature some of our favorite submissions from the project, but be sure to check out the rest here.

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Manhattanhenge

Want to see more? Browse photos and videos tagged with the #manhattanhenge hashtag and check out the Manhattanhenge location page.

Don’t miss out on the photos and videos from tonight’s Manhattanhenge! Twice a year, the setting sun in New York City aligns perfectly with Manhattan’s east-west street grid. This phenomenon makes for the perfect chance to capture photos and videos of the sun setting between the skyscrapers of Manhattan.

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The Whimsical Drawings of @khiesti

Kerstin Hiestermann’s (@khiesti) minimalistic, playful and sometimes odd drawings are proof that, as she asserts, the child in her is still alive. By laying real objects on white paper and adding simple black line drawings, she brings new worlds to life.

Kerstin, an elementary school teacher, pulls inspiration from all around her. “Flowers, plants, food, things from my work and sometimes a word that someone says to me or a question my son asks me. I often see worlds in little things. There is a flower and I see a giraffe, there is a toy dinosaur and I think, ‘it must be very hard to pull him,’ or my son says ‘Krawumm!’ and I see an exploding lilac.”

“Instagram is my ignition,” says Kerstin. “I love the interaction with all the people all over the world, the inspiration, the mindfulness. I think without Instagram I would never have come to this idea and I would never know how much creativity is inside me.”

Be sure to view more of Kerstin’s wonderful, whimsical drawings on Instagram at @khiesti.

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Tokyo Skytree Turns One

See more photos of the Skytree by browsing the 東京スカイツリー (Tokyo Skytree) and 東京スカイツリー 天望デッキ location pages.

One year ago today, the Tokyo Skytree (東京スカイツリ) officially opened to the public. Standing 634 meters (2,080 feet), the Skytree is the tallest tower and the second largest structure in the world. The Skytree took four years to build and in the last year alone over 6.3 million people visited the tower—many capturing the experience on Instagram.

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Hashtag Highlight: #followmeto with @muradosmann and @yourleo

Russian photographer Murad Osmann (@muradosmann) and his girlfriend Nataly Zakharova (@yourleo) travel constantly for work and they’ve come up with a unique and romantic perspective for sharing their experiences around the globe on Instagram that has caught the attention of publications like the Daily Mail and the Huffington Post. The entire project actually started as an accident: “I was taking pictures of everything and Nataly got annoyed, so she dragged me forward to move on. That’s how the first #followmeto was taken, and I quite liked the result so we have continued the series ever since.” Murad started using the hashtag #followmeto to catalog photos of Nataly leading him to landmarks and exotic places.

Be sure to follow Murad (@muradosmann) and Nataly (@yourleo) on Instagram for more of their around-the-world photos and a behind-the-scenes look at how to take them yourself!

at 葛西臨海公園

at 葛西臨海公園

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Hurricane Sandy’s Aftermath

How you can help… Millions of people have been affected by Hurricane Sandy. If you’d like to aid the relief effort, please make a contribution to the American Red Cross.

In a matter of hours, Hurricane Sandy devastated the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. During yesterday’s storm, tens of thousands of people from across the eastern seaboard shared their experience in real-time, tagging photos with #sandy and #hurricanesandy.

This morning, as the rain tapered and floodwaters receded, millions of people began taking stock of the storm’s historic devastation, and sharing their daunting road to recovery on Instagram.

See some of the more powerful photos from Sandy’s aftermath here and here, and make a contribution to the relief effort at redcross.org.

そして、総武線は今日も止まってる… (秋葉原駅 (Akihabara Sta.)にて。Instagramで撮影)

そして、総武線は今日も止まってる… (秋葉原駅 (Akihabara Sta.)にて。Instagramで撮影)

夏だ (JR 錦糸町駅 北口にて。Instagramで撮影)

夏だ (JR 錦糸町駅 北口にて。Instagramで撮影)