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The Instagrammers Guide To Baltimore, MD
Instagram has become one of the most popular Social Media platforms of our time. It is used to share where you are going, whom you are with, and what you are up to. Not only is Instagram a great way to share your life with friends and followers, but it is also a great way to learn about and explore new places. With location geo-tags and sponsored posts, users can learn about popular restaurants, scenic locations, and any neighborhood hot spots just by browsing through Instagram feeds. The app has become a great resource for those looking to uncover the latest and greatest in their area, or explore a new area all together. In our latest Instagrammers Guide post, we’re rounding up Baltimore’s best photo-ops.
Show your love for your local Orioles, hotdogs, and all things baseball at Camden Yards. Field pictures, group photos, and a classic hotdog and beer picture are all worth sharing when spending time at an Orioles game at Camden Yards.
Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is one of the city’s most Instagrammable areas. With both city and water views here, you are bound to snap a photo worth sharing. There is so much going on here – the photo opportunities are endless.
While Graffiti is a common sight throughout most of Baltimore, Graffiti Alley is the only place where it is completely legal. Contributions to the alley are open and free to anyone, so the artwork is ever changing. You are guaranteed to snap a unique and like-worthy Gram here.
This charming Baltimore neighborhood is great for either a food photo shoot, or a scenic shot. “Little Italy” is written in twinkling lights over the main strip of the neighborhood creating the perfect backdrop for your next Instagram.
Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower
The Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower makes for a great backdrop in any photo. The tower is an iconic Baltimore building that is sometimes overlooked. An exterior picture of the tower is just as worthy of posting as a Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower selfie.
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