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    Video by @omyudaa Light and dust create a cinematic scene around this spinning motorcycle. 🏍 #WHPdynamic
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    #Boomerang by @fluffandfur Juno the beagle is completely “ear-resistible!” 🐶💕 #WHPdynamic
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A soaring skateboarder brings a pop of energy to a peaceful landscape in Isabel’s (@venkatesulu) #WHPdynamic submiss
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    Photo by @venkatesulu A soaring skateboarder brings a pop of energy to a peaceful landscape in Isabel’s ( @venkatesulu) #WHPdynamic submission. Follow along to see more of our favorites from last weekend’s hashtag project.
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    Video by @pierresturnyunicyclist Pierre Sturny ( @pierresturnyunicyclist) is fresh out of university with an engineering degree, a new job and an unexpected side-hustle — the unicycle. Since picking up the hobby from his sister in 2007, Pierre has ridden his way across the globe on one wheel and a steel frame. He’s performed his extreme tricks and stunts from the streets of his native Blonay, Switzerland, to some of Europe’s most iconic urban centers, and all the way to the Latin American Unicycle Championship in Mexico City. “I don’t think a lot of people know about urban riding — many think unicycling is only for the circus,” says the 22-year-old. When it comes to building new tricks, Pierre says he doesn’t really have a process: “It’s really hard to create new tricks, so it’s really important to just rely on my imagination.
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    Photo by @jessartes A pile of stones stood in for a tripod as Jessé Manuel ( @jessartes) posed in these roadside latrines with his friend — and an unexpected third party. “Inside one there was a baby rattlesnake. We only noticed after we’d taken lots of pictures!” 🐍 #TheWeekOnInstagram
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Deep in Ukraine’s Carpathian Mountains, photographer Anastasiia Guz (@nastyagooz) spent time in a small house with on
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    Photo by @nastyagooz Deep in Ukraine’s Carpathian Mountains, photographer Anastasiia Guz ( @nastyagooz) spent time in a small house with only one type of resident nearby. “In this photo, I’m petting our lovely neighbors,” she says of the horses. “Although it was the early morning, and they would have liked to nibble grass more.” 🐴🐴 #TheWeekOnInstagram
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    Video by @mrsjaydefish Jayde Fish’s ( @mrsjaydefish) artistic road from admirer to muse is a Cinderella story. “I had been working on my tarot [card] series, which was inspired by Gucci’s ( @gucci) new designs, when creative director Alessandro Michele ( @lallo25) found me on Instagram,” says Jayde, a freelance illustrator and designer who lives in San Francisco. “I had been hashtagging #AlessandroMichele, respectfully, as my source of inspiration, and it just so happened that he was paying attention.” A few seasons back, her illustrations were incorporated into designs that hit the runway, and she continues to collaborate with Gucci today. Jayde’s passion for tarot, a deck of divination playing cards originating in 15th-century Europe, carries through her work. “I feel that the tarot is a beautiful way to think inwards about who you are and who you want to be. Each character has a deep connection with nature, the universe and the spiritual world, and I feel there’s something very romantic about that.” Watch our Instagram story to see Jayde’s coverage and illustrations from Gucci’s show at Milan Fashion Week.
  • Photo by @geoffreyberliner for @penumbrafoundation
“The greatest artists, the most eternal artists, the ones that really have longevity, a
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    Photo by @geoffreyberliner for @penumbrafoundation “The greatest artists, the most eternal artists, the ones that really have longevity, are the ones that were dedicated and devoted to their work and gave parts of themselves,” says Geoffrey Berliner, executive director of the nonprofit Penumbra Foundation ( @penumbrafoundation). “Great art stems from great tension and great investigation and great suffrage and great living.” The New York City organization is on a mission to bring together the art and science of photography through programs and workshops for aspiring and veteran photographers, alike. In the digital age of point, click, delete, repeat, he believes it’s more important than ever to preserve and explore archaic formats like tintype, one of the earliest (and most complicated) photo processes made popular in the 1860s, as a means to develop voice and creative literacy in the next generation’s great artists. Great art, Geoffrey believes, starts with story: “When you teach a kid comprehensive storytelling, that one kid can go forth and create work that can make a huge impact in the world.” Watch our Instagram story to see Geoffrey and other artists in Brooklyn at Photoville, a pop-up village of shipping containers featuring photo exhibitions from all over the world.
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    Photo by @zahramonsef It wasn’t the colorful hair accessories that drew Zahra Monsef’s ( @zahramonsef) eye at this weekly Monday market — it was the car they’re sitting on. “The Paykan is an old and memorable car for most Iranians,” Zahra explains. “It inspired me to take this photo.” 🚘 #TheWeekOnInstagram
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A feeding frenzy took place when Polina Grigorieva (@poli_gri) and her son tossed bread into a crowd of sea gulls. “Mos
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    Photo by @poli_gri A feeding frenzy took place when Polina Grigorieva ( @poli_gri) and her son tossed bread into a crowd of sea gulls. “Most of all in this photo, I like the moment of fleeting summer,” she says. 🌞 #TheWeekOnInstagram
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    #Boomerang by @angiegoesboom On an adventure with her husband, Angie Sayers ( @angiegoesboom) captured our #BoomerangOfTheWeek in a field of sunflowers. “They bring happiness,” says the Denver resident. “I can’t help but smile when seeing them and while being surrounded — they just have this effect on you.” 🌻 Add #BoomerangOfTheWeek to your next #Boomerang. Yours might show up here on @instagram.
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Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPdynamic
Ready, set, go! This week, the goal is to create photos and videos that c
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    Featured photo by @filipefoto Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPdynamic Ready, set, go! This week, the goal is to create photos and videos that capture energy and movement, as in this featured photo by Filipe Costa ( @filipefoto). Here are some tips to get you started: Use Instagram’s creative tools to showcase kinetic energy in your daily life. Try a Boomerang of a morning running group or a Hyperlapse of an arena filling up with fans. Or make a Rewind in Instagram Stories of your dog playing fetch then share your video to your feed. Decide on a type of movement you want to focus on — sporting events, urban commutes, fall activities like apple picking — and go get in on the action. Let your camera lens draw your eye toward the most animated parts of the setting. Consider a scene that might at first glance appear calm and still. Where can you find the subtle forces of energy, and how can you highlight them in a single image? PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPdynamic hashtag only to photos and videos taken over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video taken over the weekend is eligible to be featured next week.