Below are more old photos from my vintage Instagram account now long since deleted.
The first photo (top left) was shot on the grounds of Jerpoint Abbey in Thomastown, Ireland. The photo was shot with a Canon 5D Mark II, not an iPhone. I later used the iPhone Instagram app, imported the photo, and applied one of Instagrams filters.
The middle top row photo has always been one of my curiosities. In the midst of the concrete on the Satterlee Breakwater at Horseshoe Cover near Fort Baker is this small rectangular patch of grass. Much of the year, it is brown and lifeless. But after a rain, it always greens up. Photosynthesis is always so hopeful! (For a map showing the Satterlee Breakwater and a great story about it, check out this previous post.)
We were having breakfast on the sidewalk outside at Fred’s Place in Sausalito, California. The sugar dispenser on the table caught my attention and demanded I Instagram it. Snap.
This colorful row of wooden outdoor chairs was seen on Vancouver Island, Canada.
My Piggy Bank wanted to go for a walk in the front yard of our home in Sausalito, California. Ours was one of the very few yards in the whole town! Most houses are perched precariously off of the steep cliffs.
Walking north on the Golden Gate Bridge, I shot this photo of the north tower with the headlands shown on the north side. I just loved how the Instagram filter gave a rather bland photo a rather beckoning, vintage look.
Below is a slideshow of my entire Vintage Instagram Gallery on SmugMug from which these photos were plucked. And this is the link to the first post in this series.