July Instagram #trips100index Round Up
Unsurprisingly July’s Instagram highlights contain just a few beaches, boats and ice creams. But rather more surprisingly, feet keep popping up in the Trips100 Index feed. Yes I said feet.
Bare feet in the case of @imalicelangley
Beach feet in the case of @girl_outofbounds
A photo posted by Carly Moore (@girl_outofbounds) on
While for Jen at @weblogtravel it’s all about shoes. I mean Spain. It’s all about Spain. (and a little bit about the shoes.)
Heard enough about feet? Or are you up for just one more mention? @myfeetweremeanttoroam has been roaming at Skógafoss waterfall in Iceland. It’s one of Iceland’s most impressive waterfalls, with a 60m drop and in the right conditions, double rainbows.
Iceland has some pretty epic accommodation options: Skogafoss hostel is situated just next to this goŕgeous waterfall! Not a bad thing to wake up to! #iceland #waterfall #skogafoss #nature #landscape #instatravel #travel #travelgram #beautifuldestinations #travelblogger #passportready #wanderlust #instapassport #traveltheworld #travelphotography #igtravel #travelstoke #passionpassport #slowtravel #explore #globetrotter #trips100 #travelandlife #awesomeearth #sheisnotlost
A photo posted by Els Mahieu (@myfeetaremeanttoroam) on
We’ve had a few awesome rainbow photos this month. Check out the bright colours in @lucydosworth’s rainbow arc at Kakabeka Falls in Canada’s Northern Ontario – the province’s second highest waterfall #ExploreCanada
And in York @borderlass33 has been checking out the rainbow above Clifford’s Tower.
A photo posted by Haley (@borderlass33) on
Sunshine on the local crops caught @grettaschifano’s attention on her dog walk in Surrey in this atmospheric shot.
Meanwhile @laurasidestreet and her family have been playing hide and seek in the long grass and rolling down hills at Dyffryn Gardens in the Vale of Glamorgan. Check out this excellent portrait.
There have been a few times this week when it’s felt like summer has disappeared, besides the on and off rain I’ve also found myself grabbing my jacket as it’s been feeling cool. Despite that we are moving forward, enjoying the dry days like this one spent at Dyffryn Gardens, playing hide and seek in the long grass, climbing trees and rolling down hills, myself included. We also did a little pond dipping and found loads of water snails which my youngest was fascinated with. I still live in hope that August and September is going to be full of sunshine but even if it’s not we will still make an adventure of it.
A photo posted by Laura SideStreet (@laurasidestreet) on
@Heathercowper has been on her travels in Canada, rocking and rolling along in her canoe.
Canoe ride with @algonquinoutfitters at Lake Opeongo @algonquinparkig #discoverON – we paddled up this creek on the lookout for a moose which we didn’t spot although we did see several beaver lodges and a beaver popped up right in front of us then dived down again – a little taste of the wilderness on our #explorecanada road trip
For beach shots, there’s nothing to beat the beauty of Drigg in the UK’s Lake District from Laura @havekidscantravel.
A photo posted by Laura’s (@havekidscantravel) on
Finally as the schools are out and everyone is thinking summer here’s a treat of a photo. With added sprinkles. From @girl_outofbounds
Enjoy the rest of July whether you are looking for fun in the sun, rainbows, ice cream or a pedicure! Do keep tagging us with your shots.