The gladiator (Taken with Instagram)
My dangerous eyes (Taken with Instagram)
InstaMeet Tips: Documenting Your Adventure
This InstaMeet, Instagrammers around the world are encouraged to go on an adventure together! One exciting aspect of going out on an adventure is collaborating with others to document an experience and location. You can do this easily with hashtags and location tags!
When you hastag your photos, you are contributing to a collection of images that you and other users can browse in the app and on the web.
When participating in your area’s InstaMeet, make sure to tag each photo with #InstaMeet as well as the unique hashtag for your city, like #InstaMeetSF. This way, it’s easy for you and your fellow Instagrammers to see all of the great photos you’ve taken.
Another great way to make sure your fellow Instagrammers can find your photos is to tag their location… especially if you’re meeting up somewhere special!
When you tag your image with your location, you contribute to an archive of pictures from that place. And once you tag your image, you can click on the location pin, and see all of the other pictures Instagram users tagged there!
For more great meetup ideas, check out this article from our last Worldwide InstaMeet on sticking with a theme. And brush up on your photo taking and editing skills by browsing our Help Center article on creating great photos.
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Don’t miss out on Manhattanhenge! Tonight is the last time this year when the setting sun aligns perfectly with Manhattan’s east-west street grid. This phenomenon happens only four times a year and makes for the perfect chance to snap photos of the sun setting between the skyscrapers of Manhattan. The photos above are from yesterday evening’s Manhattanhenge.
From the time, Science has organised worldwide because of the innovations in Science leading to integrity, all of the scientists are so much attracted toward atoms, sub-atomic and elementary particles. Since then, scientists are also interested to know about the fact that if fundametally elemetary particle or what should we say in common language is -god particles do exist or not? But is this a question of great contrast? Rhen it should be the answer- yes, offcourse, it is the fundamental particle in a matter (any kind of matter) giving mass to it… So in my opinion, today, it is a topic of high contrast with the virtue of its importance.￼
What is this god particle and how did it’s concept rise???? The very answer to this question is that
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joedexter: Best song I eve heard…
Orange - Revolution (Theme song for Generator Rex)
“This guy reading the newspaper on the subway is Keanu Reeves.
He is from a problematic family. His father was arrested when he was 12 for drug dealing and his mother was a stripper. His family moved to Canada and there he had several step dads.
He watched his girlfriend die. They were about to get married, and she died in a car accident. And also before that she had lost her baby. Since then Keanu avoids serious relationships and having kids.
He’s one of the only Hollywood stars without a Mansion. He said: ‘I live in a flat, I have everything that I need at anytime, why choose an empty house?’
One of his best friends died by overdose, he was River Phoenix (Joaquin Phoenix’s brother). Almost in the same year Keanu’s father was arrested again.
His younger sister had leukemia. Today she is cured, and he donated 70% of his gains from the movie Matrix to Hospitals that treat leukemia.
In one of his birthdays, he got to a little candy shop and bought him a cake, and started eating alone. If a fan walked by he would talk to them and offer some of the cake.
He doesn’t have bodyguards, and he doesn’t wear fancy clothes.
When they asked him about ‘Sad Keanu’, he replied: ‘You need to be happy to live, I don’t.’”