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Sixteen-year-old Marco Lopez (@exploremarco) spends his weekends traveling to photograph the most beautiful landscapes in Switzerland. “I started photography two years ago. At first, it was just to immortalize memories, but little by little, I started going through tutorials to learn how to use my camera,” says Marco, who lives in Lausanne, Switzerland. These days, the young photographer has invested in a rail pass to travel around Switzerland from top to bottom. “I love walking in the Valais and Grisons. It’s true that I’d love to travel even further. But, in the meantime, I explore my country as much as possible. Later, I would like to become a photographer or a videographer. I want to be able to touch cameras every day.”
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Sixteen-year-old Marco Lopez (@exploremarco) spends his weekends traveling to photograph the most beautiful landscapes in Switzerland. “I started photography two years ago. At first, it was just to immortalize memories, but little by little, I started going through tutorials to learn how to use my camera,” says Marco, who lives in Lausanne, Switzerland. These days, the young photographer has invested in a rail pass to travel around Switzerland from top to bottom. “I love walking in the Valais and Grisons. It’s true that I’d love to travel even further. But, in the meantime, I explore my country as much as possible. Later, I would like to become a photographer or a videographer. I want to be able to touch cameras every day.” To discover more stories from the French-speaking community, follow @instagramfr. Photo by @exploremarco #Regram

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In Istanbul, Asli (@insearchofwonders) took her love of baking to new heights when she conjured this enchanted reaction to a bite of cake. 🍰✨
The goal of #WHPmagic was to bring magic to everyday life with surreal and imaginative photos and videos. Follow along as we feature more of our favorite submissions.
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In Istanbul, Asli (@insearchofwonders) took her love of baking to new heights when she conjured this enchanted reaction to a bite of cake. 🍰✨ The goal of #WHPmagic was to bring magic to everyday life with surreal and imaginative photos and videos. Follow along as we feature more of our favorite submissions. Photo by @insearchofwonders #Regram @Instagram

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Beth Hoeckel (@bethhoeckel) can’t remember a time when she wasn’t making art. Photography, painting, drawing — she did it all. Combine that talent with a near-complete collection of National Geographic magazines from the 1940s through the 1970s, not to mention a habit of scouring flea markets for old books, and it happened naturally that the Baltimore native started piecing different media together into collage. “I’ll peruse books and magazines and tear out things that I’m drawn to,” says Beth, on how she begins a piece. “It’s a meditative process. I’ll lay all the pieces I’ve cut out all over my studio and start putting it together, kind of like a puzzle.” From there, Beth constructs the entire collage by hand using archival-quality paste. “Sometimes things will come together really easily, and sometimes nothing works,” she says. “It’s just really intuitive. I don’t force it. I can feel when something is right.”
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Beth Hoeckel (@bethhoeckel) can’t remember a time when she wasn’t making art. Photography, painting, drawing — she did it all. Combine that talent with a near-complete collection of National Geographic magazines from the 1940s through the 1970s, not to mention a habit of scouring flea markets for old books, and it happened naturally that the Baltimore native started piecing different media together into collage. “I’ll peruse books and magazines and tear out things that I’m drawn to,” says Beth, on how she begins a piece. “It’s a meditative process. I’ll lay all the pieces I’ve cut out all over my studio and start putting it together, kind of like a puzzle.” From there, Beth constructs the entire collage by hand using archival-quality paste. “Sometimes things will come together really easily, and sometimes nothing works,” she says. “It’s just really intuitive. I don’t force it. I can feel when something is right.” Photo by @bethhoeckel #Regram @Instagram

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