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Fotografen Peter Maier har lagt ut en helt syk video av regnværet.
Det er en time-lapse av en regnstorm over en innsjø i Østerrike.
- Himmelen åpner sin dører, skriver han på Instagram:
Der Himmel öffnet seine Tore 😲 Tsunami from Heaven... 🌧🌬💨🌪🌦 . . . #wetterphänomen #millstättersee #kärnten #austria #weather #weatherphotos #weathervideo #weatherphenomenon #earthpix #planetearth #earth_shotz #rain #videooftheday #videography . . Follow for more: @piet_flosse
Et innlegg delt av Peter Maier (@piet_flosse) Juni 10, 2018 kl. 7:17 PDT
Tsunami from heaven 🌬💨🌪🌦 . Watch my video on fb or yt. . Brutale stimmung 💪🏻💫✨ . #weatherphenomenon #austria #carinthia #millstättersee #earthpix #planetearth #worldofwonder #nature #naturephotography #naturelovers #nature_good #nature #photography #photooftheday #earth_shotz #naturevideo #naturevideography #timelapse . . . Made by: @piet_flosse
Et innlegg delt av Peter Maier (@piet_flosse) Juni 10, 2018 kl. 12:21 PDT
Kygos nye singel stiger på hit-listene. I denne posten deler bergenseren en video av da han først kom opp med melodien til sangen.
Found this video of myself from September last year jamming and eventually coming up with the melody for Born To Be Yours🤣 so happy it’s finally out now 8 months later! Thank you guys for the amazing response so far❤️
A post shared by Kygo (@kygomusic) on Jun 16, 2018 at 12:32pm PDT
Julie Bergan gikk før helgen inn i debatten on influencers og plastiske operasjoner etter å ha fått en botox-henvendelse. Lørdag fikk hun støtte av Jenny Skavlan:
Faen heller. Hiver meg med @juliebergan her. Dette har gått for langt ass. Nei! Jeg vil ikke fikse på utseende mitt på deres regning og bidra til at enda flere blir mer usikre på seg selv og vil endre på måten de ser ut på. Dette frarøver folk så mye verdifull tid og tanker de kunne brukt på ting som faktisk gjør de lykkeligere. Gjør heller ting som gir mestringsfølelse og som engasjerer deg! Ingenting er mer sexy enn et morsomt og tenkende hode- det går heller aldri av moten. Avfølg de som får deg til å føle deg dritt og dere som velger å reklamere for de greiene her- drit i det a. Vær en ålreit medsøster. ❤️Vi er perfekte med verden ekke det.
A post shared by Jenny Skavlan (@jennyskavlan) on Jun 15, 2018 at 5:41am PDT
Søndag var det farsdag i USA og Instagram flommet over av pappa-bilder. Her noen utvalg:
A post shared by Victoria Beckham (@victoriabeckham) on Jun 17, 2018 at 2:06am PDT
What a man, what a man, what a mighty good man. Thank you for the beautiful life and these beautiful lives you have given me. My best friend and partner always, the most loving and generous and kind human in the world. And the smartest. I didn’t say funniest so you know I’m not lying here. We love you with all our hearts. Happy Father’s Day
A post shared by chrissy teigen (@chrissyteigen) on Jun 17, 2018 at 9:11am PDT
The last 3 years of my life have brought more joy than I could ever imagine. Being a father is such a trip... an amazing discovery every day. My son: it is my honor to be your Daddy. You make me feel a love that I didn't know existed. I will ALWAYS be there... to pick you up when you fall, to lift you up when you are ready to soar, and to remind you that your humility will be your guide through this thing called life. And to all the Dads out there: Keep on keeping on! Our children are watching and listening more than we know! I'm celebrating you all today! Happy Father's Day! Cheers! 🍻
A post shared by Justin Timberlake (@justintimberlake) on Jun 17, 2018 at 12:17pm PDT
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Chessie King er en PT og kjent som en «body positive influencer». Hun har i lengre tid brukt sin Instagram konto til å slå tilbake trolling, netthets og cyberbullying.
Her er flere av hennes mest populære poster:
If we changed our body for every troll, listened to every cyber bully, we would be monsters. Whether you have 23 followers or 3 million, NO ONE should have to deal with regular hate online. Watch my highlighted stories to see how my body ended up looking like this • #TrollingIsUgly not you ❤️🧡💛
Et innlegg delt av C H E S S I E K I N G (@chessiekingg) April 11, 2018 kl. 12:36 PDT
THIS IS ME. THIS IS MY BODY 🙋🏼♀️ No flattering angles, no flattering lighting, just me & my body feeling on top of the 🌍. We all have days where we feel super duper good but we don’t share them enough. I want YOU to feel confident enough to dance around in your underwear & embrace any wobble you have! A few years ago I would never have posted this, all I cared about back then was being the leanest I could, going to the gym as many times as I could a week & counting every calorie I ate 🍴 Even at my smallest, when I was training the most & eating the least, I just wanted to cover up my body because it wasn’t my idea of ‘perfect’ 💁🏼♀️ Now my priority is to be happy & comfortable in my own skin, & today I appreciate my body & what it does for me. We were not made to be Barbie dolls who LOOK insanely good 24/7, we were made to be HUMAN & we should all be allowed to FEEL insanely good 24/7. Come at me keyboard warriors, you can say what you want but nothing will knock me down 💃🏼👊🏼
Et innlegg delt av C H E S S I E K I N G (@chessiekingg) April 10, 2018 kl. 12:07 PDT
Wouldn’t be in a bikini without giving you a chunk of reality 🇺🇸🌴 Just a little reminder how easy it is to change your bawwdy. We’re all guilty of trying to pose to make our bodies look the best it can & that’s okay but it’s photos like the right that help us all feel a little bit normal (I hope) ❤️🧡💛
Et innlegg delt av C H E S S I E K I N G (@chessiekingg) April 17, 2018 kl. 12:57 PDT
Is Instagram a big reason for depression & mental health problems in young people? The stats say it all but what do YOU think? 🧠 When I was growing up, I only had the ‘perfect’ girls in magazines to look at & even that was an unhealthy comparison. I hate to think what young teenagers are now comparing themselves to; distorted, filtered, photoshopped versions of reality. There has always been a pressure to look good, but what’s scary is that Instagram is accessible all day everyday without any sort of time cap on it or restriction on what you can see apart from the choice of who you’re following. It upsets me so much to think how much this can effect young people’s mental health. Even the most educated still don’t know how easy it is to use photoshop or editing apps. I share so many of these posts but I just want to help as many people as I can find that true friendship with their bodies. - I’ve always been conscious of the back of my legs & refused to wear shorts for most of my teenage years. I thought I was the only one who had a ‘second bum’ 💁🏼♀️ I see girls beeeehinds on here looking smooooth as a peach which I’m sure they’ve worked hard for but I find it super unrealistic for me personally. The more I’ve shared on here about body confidence (or lack of) the more I realise I’m not alone & the more normal it becomes to look like the right in shorts. - I was speaking to someone about this earlier last week & they said their 12 year old cousin was posting photos on Instagram of her in a bikini & the caption was ‘rate me out of 10’ then another post of her in her underwear, if I get more than 50 likes I’ll send you a DM *winky face*. Instagram can be an amazing place but it can also be very dangerous. - Do you think there should be something on a post, a disclaimer to say the image has been edited/photoshopped? What are your thoughts on protecting young teenagers & preventing them from mental health problems connected with social media? ❤️🧡💛
Et innlegg delt av C H E S S I E K I N G (@chessiekingg) April 24, 2018 kl. 12:06 PDT
Trolling needs to stop ✋🏼 Did you know, 69% of 16-29 year olds have been a victim of online bullying? But it can happen to everyone, all ages, someone with 12 followers or 12 million & everything in between. The left photo: No filter, no editing, before the comments flooded in attacking me, my face + my body - The right photo: An amalgamation of all the comments I’ve received. Here’s what they want me to look like. There’s already so much pressure to ‘look perfect’, we don’t need bully’s adding to that. Trolling is ugly, not YOU 🙅🏼♀️ If you haven’t already, watch my highlighted story ‘TROLLING’, there is always help, you are not alone ❤️🧡💛
Et innlegg delt av C H E S S I E K I N G (@chessiekingg) Mai 8, 2018 kl. 12:31 PDT
Et innlegg delt av C H E S S I E K I N G (@chessiekingg) Mai 20, 2018 kl. 10:50 PDT
Oh how deceiving an angle & a high waisted number can be... 💁🏼♀️ It’s not about looking perfect in your bikini, it’s about feeling confident in it when your sitting down, standing up, having a little wiggle, having a little jiggle. I used to be so embarrassed of my body when I sat down, I would grab something to cover up my tummy & my legs. But as I’ve grown up I’ve become so much more comfortable & nonchalant about it. I still have moments where I have to give myself a lil pep talk. The more photos you see like the right, the more normal it becomes ❤️🧡💛 I’m giving YOU the permission to become bestfriends with your body. We’ve got this 💃🏼🕺🏼
Et innlegg delt av C H E S S I E K I N G (@chessiekingg) Juni 5, 2018 kl. 12:42 PDT
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