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Come, let us have some tea and continue to talk about happy things. #instagram #mobilephotography #jugmugthela #delhifoodie #weekendphotography #mobilephotography #apple #teashop

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When i try to sing 🎶😂😂😂
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1 hour ago comment 19 star 448

✨ all my dreams and all the lights mean nothing without you.
do you want this on your wall at home? awesome! you can win this print! simply tell me what you think of „30 days of art“ so far and you are eligible to win 😊 every image will also be available as prints on my website. 19/30

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19-year-old cellist sheku kanneh-mason (@shekukannehmason ) will always remember the moment he was asked to play at the #royalwedding. “i was getting into a car after filming a music video in south london,” says sheku, who performed today during the wedding ceremony of prince harry and meghan markle (@kensingtonroyal ) in windsor, england. “it was, of course, very exciting to get the phone call, and i was very honored that harry and meghan were aware of my music. it’s exciting to play in such a lovely place on such a special occasion.”
watch our story to see sheku prepare for the ceremony. 👑

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Photo by @paulhiltonphoto
for the past five years, conservation photojournalist and wildlife trade consultant paul hilton (@paulhiltonphoto ) has lived in indonesia documenting sumatra’s leuser ecosystem. “it is often referred to as ‘the last place on earth,’” says paul. “it is the only remaining habitat shared by critically endangered sumatran elephants, rhinoceroses, tigers and orangutans.”
paul’s work in sumatra focuses on the palm oil trade and the issues it causes for the more than 10,000 square miles (26,000 square kilometers) of the leuser ecosystem, including deforestation, climate change and habitat degradation. “my first interaction with a sumatran orangutan was in the tripa peat swamp forest with sumatran orangutan conservation programme team. they had to rescue a large male orangutan caught in a very small block of forest. the orangutan was tranquilized, but it was still conscious. seeing the ape up close, it made eye contact with me, and at that point, i realized how wrong it all was. to do this to such an intelligent being, to cut down these huge tracts of forest, was wrong on so many levels.”
check out today’s story for #endangeredspeciesday to learn more about paul’s work.

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Featured photo by @sergeysuxov
lose yourself in your surroundings for #whpgetlost.
head out into the world. whether you’re in an urban maze of pedestrians or a forest of serene redwoods, take photos and videos that capture the pace of your weekend whereabouts.
find places to be playful. hide in a blooming plant, blend into a busy pattern or peek out from behind an object.
kick back. go where you feel most relaxed — on a boat out on the water, a blanket in a field of flowers or even your couch — and show us how you get lost in your own thoughts.
project rules: please add the #whpgetlost hashtag only to photos and videos shared 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 shared over the weekend is eligible to be featured next week.

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Video by @minapple
hello, world! meet today’s #weeklyfluff: marron, a shiba inu living her best life in japan. “marron is very gentle but there is a firm core to her character,” says marron’s human, mina (@minapple ), a freelance designer. “shiba inus are like cats! marron is usually cold, but sometimes affectionate. she always wants me to rub her belly. she likes meat, and she doesn’t like walks.” or face masks. 🐕

2 days ago comment 12,166 star 726k

Photo by @louisphilippedegagoue
21-year-old french actress assa sylla (@assasyllaoff ) never planned to work in film — it just happened. “during filming of my first movie four years ago was when i discovered that i really could be an actress,” says assa, who lives in her hometown of paris. “my career goals are to grow into a french icon, play more beautiful roles and, most of all, i want to give hope to young black women and show by example that anything is possible.”
this week, assa is at the #cannesfilmfestival, where she stood on the red carpet with 15 fellow black actresses as a show of diversity and solidarity within the french film industry. “#noirenestpasmonmetier, or #myprofessionisnotblack, is a project led by actress aïssa maïga (@aissamaiga ),” says assa. “i hope other black women will see themselves in us and we can change perceptions among some french people. it’s high time french film reflects the diversity of our society.”
watch our story to join assa on the red carpet.

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Photo by @kay_ska
a chance encounter at a manchester train station propelled 22-year-old kay ska (@kay_ska ) to found mh stories (@mh_stories_ ), a blog on a mission to raise awareness and put an end to the stigma around mental health issues. kay, who started having panic attacks when she was 10 years old, was traveling home for her birthday when one struck. “i had loads of bags with me. i couldn’t really move. no one paid much attention, but there was this one guy who worked there.” he came over to kay and treated her with compassion and care. “he started talking to me about how he was struggling with panic attacks over the last few years. after, when i was back on the train, i looked at everyone so different: anyone could be struggling with anything,” she says. “the idea behind mh stories has always been to realize and remember that we are not alone in our struggles. it’s been over two years since i created mh stories, and i don’t feel alone.”
these days, kay, who is originally from poland and now lives in england’s north west, works to support others on their journey through self-love coaching. she credits therapy and her community to helping her step toward recovery. “i only started therapy after reading other people’s stories that were shared on my blog — because i realized, i deserve help, too,” she says. “once i started doing that, it just felt like i was growing as a person and actually finding things i’m passionate about. the past two years have been about who kay is.”
may is #mentalhealthawareness month. check out today’s story to learn kay’s top tips for self-love. 💕

3 days ago comment 6,485 star 708k

Photo by @inge_hoogendoorn
with the right amount of #whpimagination, maybe the shower curtain will turn into real fish... 🎣😻

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Photo by @aprettycoolgirl
the california sunshine inspired margaret bienert (@aprettycoolgirl ) to take this photo of her sister, transformed into a blooming flower. “i love being playful with my photography whenever i can,” says margaret. “to me, this photo represents a perfect spring day spent with my family.” 🌼

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Photo illustration by @mumbai_streetphotographer
“these collages are my imaginary world,” says street photographer neenad joseph arul (@mumbai_streetphotographer ), who pieces together his own photos using a simple editing software. “it surprises me how images from different moments, locations and emotions come together to form something interesting.”
follow along to see more of our favorites from last weekend’s hashtag project, #whpimagination.

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Photo by @elizabeth_sagan
nothing like a good book to get the #whpimagination going. ⚡️

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Photo by @_yaisyusman_
playing with perspective in berlin. 🤸‍♂️ #whpimagination

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