Instagram: The eye closes on downtown for good

We have to admit – it’s getting harder and harder to find what we would consider “legit” photos on Instagram with the #concordnh tag. What we see an absolute abundance of is commercial posts – business owners taking pictures of their products or services and using Instagram as free advertising. This is all fine and good, but these types of shots aren’t generally that visually stunning or interesting enough to run in a newspaper. Luckily, our good friend and Monitor photo editor Geoff Forester took this shot and posted it to the Monitor’s account, @concordmonitor, and saved the day. And while yes, this is technically a commercialized post, we thought it was still a cool, interesting shot. Here’s hoping we see more “regular” posts on Instagram the next time we check it out (this means we want all of you real people out there to step up your Insta games!). Instagram user @concordmonitor
We have to admit – it’s getting harder and harder to find what we would consider “legit” photos on Instagram with the #concordnh tag. What we see an absolute abundance of is commercial posts – business owners taking pictures of their products or services and using Instagram as free advertising. This is all fine and good, but these types of shots aren’t generally that visually stunning or interesting enough to run in a newspaper. Luckily, our good friend and Monitor photo editor Geoff Forester took this shot and posted it to the Monitor’s account, @concordmonitor, and saved the day. And while yes, this is technically a commercialized post, we thought it was still a cool, interesting shot. Here’s hoping we see more “regular” posts on Instagram the next time we check it out (this means we want all of you real people out there to step up your Insta games!). Instagram user @concordmonitor

We have to admit – it’s getting harder and harder to find what we would consider “legit” photos on Instagram with the #concordnh tag. What we see an absolute abundance of is commercial posts – business owners taking pictures of their products or services and using Instagram as free advertising. This is all fine and good, but these types of shots aren’t generally that visually stunning or interesting enough to run in a newspaper. Luckily, our good friend and Monitor photo editor Geoff Forester took this shot of the famous downtown eye on its last night and posted it to the Monitor’s account, @concordmonitor, to save the day. And while yes, this is technically a commercial post itself, we thought it was still a cool, interesting shot, and deemed it worthy of running. Here’s hoping we see more “regular” posts on Instagram the next time we check it out (this means we want all of you real people out there to step up your Insta games!).

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