Before I even begin this post, I need to apologize to any of you who get posts automatically by email. You may have gotten something about homecoming at Boston College. Sorry! It was supposed to go on my neighborhood website which is really just another wordpress blog. My fault for not paying enough attention and it won’t happen again!
Now, down to business. This a short post, and, once again, it involves instagram.
I often tag my instagram images for different hastag projects, where one user posts a prompt for a theme/style/subject of photograph and hashtag to go with it. Anyone can post a photo relating to the theme/style/subject and tag it with the appropriate tag. Its quite fun to have a sort 0f assignment, and can be a great way to connect with other like-minded creative types.
Some of these projects are organized by bloggers who then pick a favorite image from the group to feature on their blog. I’ve had a few images featured on other blogs, and I want to give those blogs a shout out, because they are all quite lovely and worth a peek if you enjoy looking at pretty spaces on the internet like I do.
So, I’m listing three blogs below, and linking to the relevant post. I hope you’ll take a look; you won’t be disappointed!
Laidback Living by Doris Lee : Doris posts about creating a comfortable and modern home space, enjoying life’s pleasures, and hosts a weekly #laidbacklivingis photo project via instagram.
The Cabinetmaker’s Love Tale : Jessica hosts a weekly #mymondaymoodboard project, and shares home, craft, and cooking adventures.
Circle of Pine Trees : Laura posts about outdoor adventures, cooking, seasonal beauty, hosts a monthly reading project, and hosted a #makingjuly instagram photo project. She is currently hosting #littlestoriesofmylife for narrative photography and it is equally lovely.
Enjoy! Have a great weekend everyone!
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I have never seen those three! Thanks! I love doing the postings for these types of accounts….it allows for creativity and play time! I love the photo of the wild aster!
Thanks, Monica! I hope you enjoy them!