What I liked in July EclecticEvelyn.com

What I Liked in July



Hello, August! It’s time to share my favorites from Instagram for July. It’s is hard to pick just a few so, for July I focused more on the photograph than on the subject. These are spectacular photographs that remind you of something you would see in a book, magazine, or a museum.

Be sure to show these accounts some love and follow them too if you are so inclined.

You are following me, right?

If not you really should.





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"All about that bass"

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I don’t usually share more than one photo from an account but this photographer is amazing and most of his photos are taken in West Virginia. If you like beautiful photography and interesting portraits this guy is the one you want to follow.




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Man adapts to different way of life and floating market was one such example. With houses perched well above the ground to avoid the marshy flooded land, life in these raft houses are unique.. wading through in a paddle boat through the canals, they make thier living by selling food and souvenir to the tourists.. there is no less option for food here and it's a delight to row down the canal looking for what next to eat.. . . . . . #amazingthailand #thailand #thailand_allshots #thailand_ig #bangkok #landofsmiles #seasia #asia #indianblogger #travel #travelblogger #blogger #traveldiaries #charmingthailand #gtgi #femaletraveler #dolcefarniente #happy #mango #coconut #boat #canal #floatingvillage #floatingmarket

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New York, je t'aime

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Just a touch-up 💄

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Portrait of an elderly Turkana woman in remote village in Isiolo. Her community has suffered under the harsh effects of climate change as they have been able to cultivate their land. Most of the men who hail from this village had, many months ago, driven their cattle in search of pasture due to the extended dry season that has hit the area. #humanitarianphotography #climatechange #drought #portraiture #lifeofadocumentaryphotographer #ig_kenya #igkenya #igafrica #portrait #natgeo #nationalgeographic #everydaypeople #reportagespotlight #vsco_africa #vsco #blackandwhite #blackandwhitephotography #igersworldwide #monochrome #vscoblackandwhite #igersblackandwhite #runningoutofhashtags #nikon #nikonphotography #gettyreportage #fstoppers

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#yyc #peace #bridge

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Sexy evening light

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Portrait of my Mother

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Which one is your favorite?

Let me know in the comments.




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Amber Pittman | Wanderlust Conqueror

The stained glass with the large leaf just in front of it is pretty cool. But being a traveler, I’m going with the floating markets! It’s a great shot! There are some really talented photographers out there! 🙂

Brigette Collins

Wow these are amazing pictures! I love how Instagram can connect us to people around the world and how we can see it through their eyes. I love photography and all of these are absolutely attention grabbing. I can see why these are your favorites from last month!

Emma-Hope Newitt

I love this monthly round up that you’ve done it’s a great way of discovering new IG accounts for ourselves to enjoy. Some of the photos are absolutely stunning so I can see why you’d choose them, enjoy finding more good stuff this month!

Afroz Shaikh
Afroz Shaikh

wow!! All the pictures are so good, to pick one was so difficult.
But i really loved, Portrait of an elderly Turkana woman.
It have so much character in it..

Angela East

My favorites are the lady and her bass and the Peace Bridge in Calgary. All of them are very good photos though.


I haven’t come across any of these photographers, but their work is amazing. My fave would be the dog on the surfboard. It’s so cute!


Wow, you found some amazing accounts. I am torn because I love so many. The wet dog wins for cuteness, but some of the others are spectacular.

Rosie Digout

How do you pick just one photo? They are all unique in their own way. I’ve been to the covered bridge that was photographed in Calgary. I’ve always been impressed by its design.

Nik G.

Those are all great photos! I especially like black & white portraits, and the dog on the surf board. Really cool.

Nicole V
Nicole V

These photos are amazing! I was trying to pick my favorite but it’s impossible! They’re all absolutely remarkable!


These are all magnificent photos. I’d probably choose all of these too! I wished I was this talented with my camera.

Nicole Flint
Nicole Flint

The Times Square shot was my favorite! All of the Instagram posts you have chosen for the month are great shots!

Tiffany Yong

My favorites out of your favourites are @cliffotdgwinnphotography’s All about that bass and @mamamickyerry’s trail photo!

Tiffany Yong

My favorites out of your favourites are @cliffotdgwinnphotography’s All about that bass and @mamamickyerry’s trail photo! Those are the two that evoke the most emotions when I first see them!

Sue from Sizzling Towards 60 & Beyond

Stunning photos and thank you for sharing with us at #overthemoon link party. I loved the one of the lady with the bass. Have a good week.