I’m really enjoying playing with Instagram, and thought I’d bring it home to Sophie’s World more. So here’s a new little series, a regular one this time, of popular Instagrams. Now, I could create posts with my personal favourite Instagram photos, but I’d much rather showcase the ones my friends like. Each month, we’ll pop in the 10 (or so) of the best-liked photos in our Instagram gallery the preceding month, all shot through the lens of an iPhone5.
Now, best liked is a relative term, depending, amongst other things, on timing. I’ve heard there are analytical tools (an app?) where you can see when your Insta-friends are online and likely to see your photo, but for now, it simply is what it is. Without further ado, here are Sophie’s World’s most popular ‘grams in September 2014.
1. Gdansk, Poland
Just a wee bit of Gdansk’s pretty Old Town
2. Copenhagen, Denmark
Canals of Copenhagen at sunset
3. Copenhagen, Denmark
Nyhavn, hangout for the sailors of yore
4. Stevns klint, Denmark
Højerup Old Church above the cliffs at Stevns klint, Denmark’s newest World Heritage site. In 1928, the chancel collapsed and tumbled down the cliff.
5. Copenhagen, Denmark
Tivoli by night – the second oldest amusement park in the world (the oldest is also in Copenhagen), and the one which inspired Walt Disney to create his parks.
6. Munich, Germany
In Deutsches Museum – Man’s first flight: On 21 Nov 1783, two intrepid aviators, Jean-Francous Pilatre de Rozier and Marquis d’Arlandes, took off from La Muette in Paris in a Montgolfiere balloon.
7. A tie:
a. Hamburg, Germany
Hamburg’s railway station
b. Berlin, Germany
Futuristic Berlin: The roof of the Sony Centre, near Potzdamer Platz
8. Another tie:
a. Gdansk, Poland
The famous black crane of Gdansk
the best dog in the world: our very own Sjangs
You really did a great job with the photos! They look like paintings….
Thanks for the kind words, Gil 🙂
I love every one of those pictures, Sophie!
Thanks, Ana 🙂
Love all these photos, Sophie! I particularly like the ones of Copenhagen as we have great memories of our visit there but is was also great to see beautiful Gdansk with blue skies. It poured rain on the one day that we were there on our Baltic cruise!
The weather makes such a difference, doesn’t it – especially on such a short visit.