Photo by @lorimhawk Lori Hawkins (@lorimhawk) stands in awe of this swimmer emerging from the cold Atlantic waters, hands joyfully raised. Follow along to see more of our favorites from last weekendโ€™s hashtag project, #WHPinspired.

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I would make a poster of this and post it in a gym or sign triumph on it


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In awe too.


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#Boomerang by @emzaans โ€œFriday mood and epic jacket,โ€ writes Emma Eriksson (@emzaans) in her caption. โšก๏ธ Love #BoomerangOfTheWeek? Add it to your next Boomerang and it might show up on @instagram โ€” and follow the hashtag to keep up with all the latest.

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Photo by @sunshinebaby82 Dogs will be dogs. #WHPclassic

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Featured photo by @4theloveoftoys Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPstripes This weekend, the goal is to take photos and videos that capture stripes created by colors, textures and surfaces, as in this featured photo by Sara Harvey (@4theloveoftoys). Here are some tips to get you started: Head outside to see what stripes nature has to offer, like the natural lines of your local flora or the way streams create bands through a landscape. From repeating red lockers in the hallway to the way office buildings cast shadows at high noon, there are plenty of stripes in your daily life. Try to notice them โ€” along with the lines created by highways and streets on your commute to and from. Wide or narrow, straight or curving, stripes are a classic element in art โ€” from fashion to painting to DIY crafts. Take photos of work that explores the many forms that stripes can take. PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPstripes hashtag only to photos and videos taken over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video taken over the weekend is eligible to be featured next week.

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Photo by @eduseviste Every Christmas, the circus comes to Eduardo Montesinosโ€™ (@eduseviste) hometown of Valencia, Spain. โ€œIt reminds me of when I was a boy and my father took me to the circus, and of when my father went to the circus with his father,โ€ says Eduardo. #WHPclassic

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Photo by @nornea Starting today, weโ€™re introducing new ways for you to stay connected to your interests on Instagram, with the ability to follow hashtags like #equestrian. For 19-year-old Menea Johansson Djรคrv (@nornea), dressing up means felt hats, capes and a unicorn horn for her beloved pony Norina ๐Ÿฆ„. As a child growing up in Sweden, she was inspired by vivid fairy tales and medieval markets. โ€œIt was beyond exciting to see adults dress up and pretend they lived in a different time,โ€ she says. Now, cloaked in nature, Menea creates her own #equestrian daydreams that reflect a real-life kinship with her creatures. โ€œI want [my horses] to see me as a best friend they can trust and respect, just like I do with them. Most photo shoots are spontaneous. The most challenging part is to focus on the horses and the camera at the same time. The most fun part is to feel adventurous and invincible.โ€

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Photo by @piggypoo_and_crew Hello, world! Itโ€™s time to meet the five rescue pups and the Vietnamese potbellied pig who make up @piggypoo_and_crew. From left to right, thereโ€™s Rika, Slick, Nya, James, Bashe and Chowder. โ€œWhen I look at my crew, I see the reflection of who I am in them,โ€ says their human Shelby, who lives in Southern California. โ€œTheir happiness, their safety, their health, their whole lives rely on me and I will never ever let them down.โ€ Love #WeeklyFluff? Follow the hashtag to stay connected to the community.