Instagramming it

6 03 2012

I made a resolution this year to do another 365 project, but this time using the Instagram app on my phone. I haven’t stuck to it that well, but I’ve definitely been using it more often, and playing around with some of the features. I’m also using a neat little app called PictureFrames, which allows me to put multiple shots in one image for a collage-type look.

Here are some of the shots I took on my trip, using Instagram:

Flying to Innsbruck!

A look at Innsbruck's airport

Flying to London

San Vigilio in the Italian Alps

La Bercia - the B&B we stay in for our trip

More photos of San Vigilio from my afternoon walk

Silliness at lunch

Site visit in London at the Corinthia Hotel

More views of the Corinthia

The Corinthia

Still more of the Corinthia!

Another site visit - Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace

And more Kensington Palace

The Orangery - also at Kensington Palace

Then, I got sick. It felt like the flu. I took this while resting up for our flights to Kuala Lumpur

We had a layover in Dubai. This is the airport.

The Westin Kuala Lumpur, our conference hotel.

So very glad to be flying home. 12 days away is a LONG time!

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6 08 2013
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