Insta-recap: September on Instagram 3

I’ve been getting more into using Instagram lately (are you following me yet?), and I post a lot more of my own photos there than I do anywhere else online right now.

So let’s do an Insta-recap of some of my best Instagram photos from the last month, in case you may have missed some of them.

September on Instagram

This month was all about looking back at some of my most memorable photos. And what do you know? Quite a few were sunsets, like this one taken in the Philippines.

An old boat that looks a little worse for wear (but I think it’s more interesting that way).

Here’s the archaeological site of Ephesus in Turkey. Even though these ruins are usually quite crowded, I tell people they should go anyway. It’s a really interesting site, especially if you’re into ancient history — the city was built in the 10th century BC by the Greeks.

Another great sunset shot — this one taken in Patagonia in South America.

Here’s a different kind of red — this time, the red of sand dunes in Namibia. Namibia is one of my favorite countries in Africa.

Lastly, here’s a shot from my current trip: some incredible street art spotted in Mexico.


That’s it for this insta-recap. Tune in next month for another — and be sure to follow me on Instagram in the meantime!




About Michael Hodson

I’m an attorney that took off on my birthday in December of 2008 to circumnavigate the globe without ever getting on an airplane. After 16 months, 6 continents and 44 countries, I made it all the way back home. Right now, I am back on the road writing about it all.

3 thoughts on “Insta-recap: September on Instagram

  • Jo

    That street art in Mexico is amazing! And the sunsets in the Philippines always look incredible, it’s one of my main motivations to visit there someday!

  • the paper boat sailor

    Instagram is my favourite platform for sharing photographs and discovering amazing photographers and inspiring work. Your photos always stand out in my feed. As for this selection, my vote goes to the intriguing street art.

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