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21 Inspiring Insta Photos Taken by Western New Yorkers

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#hashtagsob photo x @lanceclaypool

Week of Sept 12 – 18

Welcome to this week’s Project #HashtagStepOutBuffalo roundup! Each week we scour through all of your amazing photos lovingly hash-tagged with #HashtagStepOutBuffalo to find the top ten photos of everything and anything you’ve snapped in our great city.

While we were busy printing and hanging 500 of our fav #hashtagstepoutbuffalo photos from this summer at Hi Temp Fab for the Buffalo Insta Exhibition last week, you were posting these gems. 

To enter for a change to to have your photo featured each week just submit your photos by including #hashtagstepoutbuffalo on your Instagram posts. Check back here every week to see the beautiful WNY photos we’ve picked!

Keep Company. #KCsFitness #BuffaloNY #OrchardParkNY #GymWithASoul #AKnockOutWorkOut #FitnessMotivation #RiseBFLO #716 #Boxing #DoSomethingDifferent #GymMotivation #MMA #InstaFitness #HashtagStepOutBuffalo #MondayMotivation #RealPeopleRealResults

A photo posted by KC’s Fitness (@thekcsfitness) on

Rust Belt lines. . . . #buffalo #rustbelt #bridge #buffaloigers #hashtagstepoutbuffalo #stepoutbuffalo #upstateny

A photo posted by Lance Claypool (@lanceclaypool) on

#capturebuffalo #blackandwhite

A photo posted by Meg Buffalo, NY (@mydarlingone) on

The one thing no one tells you about becoming a mother is that you lose yourself a little bit in the beginning, and it can be a scary feeling. One day, you’re you – cute and confident – and the next day, you’re someone’s mother. Your whole identity as a person changes literally overnight, and all of a sudden you’re on a strange journey of trying to figure out who you are and how you fit into the world. It’s junior high all over again. Your self confidence takes a nose dive, and you’re forced to re-invent yourself. These past 19 months of motherhood have been tough, but they have taught me that I am extremely strong and resilient, that I can pull myself back up out of the deepest, darkest places, that I am creative at the core of my being, and that I am probably the only one who notices the dried crusty food on my shirt. #momlife I have also gained a deeper appreciation for how quickly life flies by, and therefore a deeper respect for the work I do. This recent photo is a great representation of the new me that I’m getting to know – no makeup, 10 extra lbs, crazy hair, happier than I’ve ever been at any other point in my life.❤️

A photo posted by Jenn Ayres (@jennayresphoto) on

 

About last night 🌕 #hashtagstepoutbuffalo

A photo posted by Samantha Jo (@sj_gill) on

Bisons showing love for Bruce.

A photo posted by patrick brady (@ptrkbrdy) on

 

Learn more about Project #HashtagStepOutBuffalo and check out all of the amazing #HashtagStepOutBuffalo photos here!

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