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13/07/2020 The Communication Science magazine

Instagramming the snow: our top 9 Instagrams

Instagram again proved itself to be the perfect platform for sharing pictures.


Instagram again proved itself to be the perfect platform for sharing pictures. During the first snow in the Netherlands everybody massively started posting pictures of snowy adventures and scenic scenes in Dutch landscapes. In case you have no window or you’re ignoring social media, we’d like to provide you our top 9 best Instagram pictures! 

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Utrecht?? Dutch snowstorm ⛄️❄️

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A Dutch snowstorm by @nextstepcontent in Utrecht. Nice detail: a bike! Because Dutch people also use a bike during a snowstorm.

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Let it snow let it snow let it snow

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Another one including a bike! This lovely photo is made by @aboutamsterdam.

This scenic photo is by @een_wasbeer. Amersfoort provides the photo with lovely details like street lighting and narrow streets.

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❤️❤️❤️ dit! ❄️❄️❄️

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@cynthiapuntnl shows us a snow-covered path, with her footsteps. Seems like she’s the first to explore the snowy path!

@sffte also photographed Amsterdam in the snow. This time Oud-West is the scene for the photo. Again, lovely street lights and bikes covered in snow.

So you thought you can’t run when it snows? Tell that to @annemerelcom who endured the snow during a quick run!

The public isn’t the only one to post pictures on Instagram. Rijkswaterstaat, the Dutch organization who takes care of the public roads, posted this picture. “With 1200 people, 900 cars and 200 million kilograms of salt we are working hard to keep the roads safe en accessible.”

Like @currystrumpet says, the Dutch keep cycling!

And lastly, @view_reflex took a photo from the bikes at the Central Station. Try to find your bike now!

Cover: Nicky van der Eem / Final editing: Ramona Nouse 

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