Whenever a new social network comes out, I avoid joining for as long as I can. These things are extremely addictive, and I know how much time they can take if I get involved. However, blogging and social media activity go hand in hand, and I do enjoy interacting with my followers on Facebook, Twitter, Bloglovin, Pinterest anf Google+.
Instagram has been around since 2010, but I failed to see its charm from the very beginning. Besides, I’m not an avid smartphone user. However, a few months back I decided to give it a try and it turned out to be rather enjoyable. After all, we travelers are visually oriented folks 🙂 Photos of beautiful destinations, architectural jewels, places of natural beauty, quaint city corners and quirky cafes are a huge source of inspiration.
I try to keep my Instagram account travel/sightseeing/wanderlust oriented, but there are also occasional photos of my kids (when they look too adorable not to share :)). Sometimes I also share some particular moments of my day. You’re mot welcome to follow!
So far I’ve shared something like 100 Instagram travel photos, and here is my top 10:
Bibi Ka Maqbara (“Tomb of the Lady”) in #Aurangabad was built by Azam Shah in memory of his mother and is known as mini Taj Mahal. Of course, the Taj is absolutely unique – every square millimeter of its marble work manifests perfection (these are my personal impressions). But still, resembles between the two structures is undeniable. #india #traveldestination #travel #traveldestinationindia
he doors of Goan churches were a huge source of an aesthetic pleasure for me – massive, ornamental, heavy and reliable, each of them had thousands stories to tell. . #india #travel #goa #oldgoa #travelinindia #incredibleindia #trip #instatravel #travelgram #traveling #traveler #travelblog #travelblogger