Last Week’s Instagram

Bakgården til Peddler Brewing Company

Once a week I will show one of my photos captured and/or processed with Instagram over the last week. It’s a way for me to show photography that usually is quite different from my regular work. The pictures are displayed without any comments, hoping they will stand on their own. But I still very much appreciate any comments you may have.

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41 thoughts on “Last Week’s Instagram

  1. This has a really dynamic feel to it due to the lines expanding out from left to right, and the content fills the square format so perfectly. That’s my humble analysis and appreciating of it, Otto.

  2. Though I don’t have an account, I will think about opening one just because I have been enjoying your photos and realize I must be missing out on some outstanding photography.

  3. I’m loving the square format of these instagram posts, Otto and the content of this one is such a designers delight.

  4. I can feel the wheels in my brain going round and round, albeit rather slowly! Far out photo.

  5. You found such a good angle for the photo. I really like it. You find such interesting technique in Instagram. You take a very common and somewhat simple App and do the most interesting things with it!

    1. Well, I usually don’t only stick to Instagram, but use a range of different apps to get to the final result. Reading you comment, I realized I have written a complete wrong title – my head must have been somewhere else. 🙂 Thanks for the comment, Debra.

  6. Like that bicycle wheel fence a lot,
    it’s very creative 😀 And the frame
    you used matches it, it looks somehow
    industrial 🙂

    Have a beautiful weekend!
    Tinna ✐
    (who has her photos underneith
    the drawing 🙂 )

  7. I suppose it’s common for photos to remind people of artwork, but in this case, your post reminds me of a song I loved in childhood: Perry Como’s “Round and Round.” Thanks for the evocative and beautifully processed photo.

    I must say — the brewery looks rather like a steamboat, with its fenders lined up along the side.

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