Coole Kürbisspots in Deutschland

Coole Kürbisspots in Deutschland

Wir möchten den Herbst zum Anlass nehmen, euch die coolsten Kürbisspots in Deutschland vorzustellen. Wer ist nicht immer auf der Suche nach herrlichen Herbstbildern für seinen Instagram Feed? Und natürlich darf der Kürbis hier genauso wenig fehlen wie die Sonnenblumen im Sommer oder die Tulpen im Frühling. Daher haben wir uns auf die Suche gemacht und recherchiert. Und unsere treuen meisight Fans haben uns mit den entsprechenden Bildern in der App unterstützt.

Hier also mal eine ganz nette Sammlung von coolen Kürbisspots / Kürbishöfen und Co. in Deutschland, auf denen ihr sicherlich auch euer neuestes Lieblings-Herbstbild / bekommt.

Wenn ihr mehr Bilder von einem Hof sehen möchtet, dann holt euch direkt unsere App (siehe pinkfarbenes Banner rechts oben). Im Laufe der Zeit kommen sicherlich auch noch ein paar dazu. Ihr kennt noch andere coole Kürbisspots in Deutschland? Dann nix wie in die App, hochladen und vor allem: Mit dem richtigen Namen versehen -> damit auch andere den Weg finden! Habt viel Spaß mit unserer Sammlung!

1. Hof Schäfer, Hamminkeln 

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2. Spargel- und Kürbishof, Roelen

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3. Hof Löbke, Ibbenbüren

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4. Erlebnisbauernhof Gertrudenhof, Hürth

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5. Landhof Hawig, Haltern am See

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6. Altes Zollhaus, Hünfelden

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7. Spargel und Kürbis Scheune, Hagenburg

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8. Hof Bartels – Hofladen & Café, Neu Wulmstorf

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9. Eldagser Hoflieferant, Springe

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10. Hof Ligges, Kamen

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11. Krewelshof, Lohmar

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12. Kürbisausstellung, Ludwigsburg

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13. Spargel- und Erlebnishof Klaistow, Beelitz

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14. Bauer Lipp, Weiterstadt

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15. Kürbishof – Hof Neber, Mauchenheim

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16. Kürbishof Schumacher

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17. Kürbishof Altenhagen

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18. Kürbis – Paradies

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19. Schreyerhof Atting

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20. Spargelhof Kremmen

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21. Spargelhof von Laer

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20. Spargelhof Kremmen

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Top Instagrammable Hotels

Top Instagrammable Hotels

Top Instagrammable Hotels

You are looking for top instagrammable hotels? That´s why we list here the most beautiful ones per contintent – you can find all of them in our app for instagrammable photo spots. 

On this page you will find a collection of top instagrammable hotels worldwide. Of course this is only a subset of what is out there. Therefore, please let us know if  you know other instagrammable hotels. Also if you own one and want to be represented here, drop us a note via email: info@meisight.com

Important to know: Only hotels, that are in our app, will be listed here and get featured via our Instagram channel!

Instagrammable Hotels in Europe

Hilton Vienna Plaza

AUSTRIA:

Hilton Vienna Plaza, Vienna

Photo by meisight-blogger: roxybee              

CasaImperialSevilla

SPAIN:

Hotel Casa Imperial, Sevilla

Photo by meisight-blogger: xena.raw

Four Seasons George V Paris

FRANCE:

Four Seasons George V, Paris

Photo by meisight-blogger: limitlesssecrets

localcavehouseturkey

TURKEY:

Local Cave House, Göreme

Photo by meisight-blogger: dwanderess

TallinConferenceSpa

ESTLAND:

Tallink Spa & Conference Hotel

Photo by meisight-blogger: whereismella.   

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HUNGARY:

Four Seasons Hotel Budapest

Photo by meisight-blogger: wheremartawent

Instagrammable Hotels in Asia

kayonjungleresort

BALI:

     Kayon Jungle Resort, Gianyar            

   Photo by meisight-cofounder: Jenny                 

RiversideBoutiqueHotelLaos

LAOS:

Riverside Boutique Hotel

Photo by meisight-blogger: shewandersabroad

RegaliaSuitesKualaLumpur

MALAYSIA:

Regalia Suites & Residence, Kuala Lumpur

Photo by meisight-blogger: whereismella      

MarinaBaySands

SINGAPORE:

Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Photo by meisight-blogger: dwanderess

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THAILAND:

Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai

Photo by meisight-blogger: wheremartawent

Panvimanchiangmai

THAILAND:

Panviman Chiang Mai Spa Resort, Chiang Mai

Photo by meisight-blogger: wheremartawent

Instagrammable Hotels in North America

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BAHAMAS:

Grand Hyatt Baha Mar, Nassau

Photo by meisight-blogger: thecolorsofsam

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CUBA:

Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski, Havana

Photo by meisight-blogger: dwanderess

Instagrammable Hotels in South America

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ARGENTINA:

Four Seasons Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires

Photo by meisight-blogger: dwanderess

Boskoantioquia

COLOMBIA:

Bosko, Guatapé

Photo by meisight-blogger: dwanderess

hoteljardincolumbia

COLOMBIA:

     Hotel Jardín Antioquia, Jardin            

Photo by meisight-blogger: xena.raw

arubaoceanvillas

ARUBA:

Aruba Ocean Villas, Sint Nicolaas

Photo by meisight-blogger: dwanderess

thecharleecolombia

COLOMBIA:

     The Charlee Hotel, Antioquia              

Photo by meisight-blogger: dwanderess

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CURAÇAO:

Scuba Lodge & Ocean Suites, Willemstad

Photo by meisight-blogger: dwanderess

Instagrammable Hotels in Africa

essaadimarrakech

MOROCCO:

Es Saadi Marrakech Resort – Palace, Marrakech

Photo by meisight-blogger: travelwithadrien

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MOROCCO:

La Mamounia, Marrakech

Photo by meisight-founders: alexandrapaul74 & jennnnypa

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MOROCCO:

     ksar kasbah & spa, Marrakech            

Photo by meisight-blogger: travelwithadrien

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MOROCCO:

Monriad, Marrakech

Photo by meisight-blogger: travelwithadrien

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MOROCCO:

DAR DOUKKALA, Marrakech

Photo by meisight-blogger: travelwithadrien

Instagram Spots in Kraichgau

Instagram Spots in Kraichgau

Instagram Spots in Kraichgau

The search for Instagram Spots during Corona

If we had been looking for Instagram Spots up to now, it was never in Kraichgau, but mostly in the course of holiday preparation – and if possible somewhere exotic. But now we have Corona – and with the virus, the travel restrictions worldwide. So now it’s time to be creative! This means, everybody explores the surrounding area for especially beautiful instagrammable places. We as well …

We explore Instagram Spots in Kraichgau

Today was a perfect day to explore the neighborhood. As the weather was nice and warm, but not that sunny, it was perfect for taking pictures. Initially we wanted to show you some really great spots in the Japanese Garden in Münzesheim, but unfortunately it didn’t work out: Closed because of Corona …. hm…

 

 

Railway Crossing in Ubstadt – is it a spot?

On the way back we discovered this railway crossing and the really photogenic signal systems. It was quite funny, because I first had to practice posing again. Well, what can I say: Jenny has it in her blood, while I still have to learn :-). The signal system is directly at the railway station Ubstadt-Salzbrunnenstraße. Luckily the way across the railway tracks is hardly used. As a result, you can take all the time you need to try out poses and clothes and camera settings. However, we were just at the shooting, when all of a sudden it honked behind us – a nice lady had watched the hustle and bustle for a while, but then wanted to go on sometime.

Paulus Chapel in Ubstadt – definitely an instagrammable gem

After this spot, we continued our trip within Ubstadt: Here, the hiker unexpectedly finds a totally extraordinary chapel in the middle of woods and fields. It was built and donated by a local building contractor. A gem that I had only discovered many years after we had lived here. As I said before: Quite hidden in the forest – thanks to the benches and shady places around it, it is also ideal for changing clothes. With the car you can drive along the dirt road to the chapel and park there. Try it out. Which I’m sure looks great, but we didn’t do that: Take a picture from above with a drone. The black roof in combination with the natural stone path should also bring some spectacular pictures. Because we know that you always want to know how a picture looks like in the original and then in the postproduction, we don’t want to withhold this from you:

And finally here our third and last spot:

Striped Gate in Zeutern – you simply need to open your eyes to find Instagram Spots

Following our tour, you will find our last spot on the main road in Zeutern towards Odenheim on the right side (No. 54a)It is this beautiful old gate. Although it belongs to a private property, it is easy to shoot, because the pavement directly crosses the gate. Isn’t that cool?

And finally:

When you want to see more instagrammable places, or you know some, please download the app via our website www.meisight.com or soon in the App Store and in Google Play Store.

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The cenotes in Yucatan, Mexico: What nobody told you about the sinkholes

The cenotes in Yucatan, Mexico: What nobody told you about the sinkholes

The cenotes in Yucatan, Mexico: What nobody told you about the sinkholes

The #cenotes in Yucatán: I bet, you know these incredibly beautiful pictures from people jumping into the blue water of the #cenotes in Yucatán, Mexico. In fact the title picture from @davidmrule is one of my most beloved picture, that we have on our website www.meisight.com.

Where do these beautiful cenotes come from?

I wasn’t really looking for more information on the cenotes in Yucatán. In fact, it was more by accident, that I saw a documentation from my beloved National Geographic Channel. This one was called “drain the ocean”. It covered the mystery on the ground of the Gulf of Mexico. Guess what it is – amongst millions of meters of oil pipelines?

It is the #Chicxulub crater, the result of the probably most damaging asteroid on earth. It killed 66 million years ago the dinosaurs and with them 75% of all life on earth. While half of the ring of this crater is covered under a more than 1000 meter thick sediment layer in the Gulf of Mexico, the other half of the ring is on the Yucatán Peninsula. And here comes the #cenotes into the game: They line up like small pearls on a string along this crater rim.

the crater rim in Yucatán

the cenotes are located around the rim of the crater

The role of the cenotes in the Maya culture

Maybe you know that Yucatán doesn’t have a lot of rivers or other sources of fresh water like lakes. That’s why the #cenotes have always been the primary source of water. Especially for the Maya, the #cenotes played an important role. Indeed, they saw the sinkholes as  entrances to a life after death. That’s why they paid homage to these places with all kinds of valuable gifts that they threw into the water. Besides that, there is also evidence of human sacrifice based on the skeletons found in the depths of the caves. Huu… isn’t that scary? I get goose bumps every time I think about the unspeakable dramas that must have taken place in some of these places.

Published in "Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan" by Frederick Catherwood, 1844

Cenote Xtacumbilxunan, at Bolonchen, Yucatan; view by Frederick Catherwood, 1844

A gigantic underwater cave system in the cenotes

Many cenotes in Yucatán are associated with what is believed to be the largest continuous underwater cave system on earth. The two longest systems, Ox Bel Ha (256.6 km) and Sac Actun (222.7 km), are accessible through more than 140 cenotes each. The total length of all explored underwater cave systems in Quintana Roo is 1085 km (based on this information from January 2020).

In any case it is an absolute dream for every diver. Though not without danger. Some of them have already become fatal because of the widely ramified and partly very sharp-edged walls of the caves.

Dos Ojos in Yucatán, Mexico

Incredible underwater labyrinths

Beautiful spots for your social media feeds

For our user, however, the magic of these places lies above the water surface. With the many roots, often hanging for meters in the cenotes, there are many attractive motifs for spectacular images – which find their way into equally beautiful feeds on Instagram.

Do you also have pictures from the cenotes? Then feel free to upload them into our app #meisight and share your interpretation with others. You can download “meisight either on our website www.meisight.com or in the stores.

What does “instagrammable” mean?

What does “instagrammable” mean?

What does “instagrammable” mean?

Everyone knows it and almost everyone uses it: Social media. Since Instagram and Co. came along, photos are no longer just photos and videos are no longer just videos.

They are #instaphotos or Instastories. You don’t just take pictures, you produce so-called content. The creators put a lot of effort into it to get THE perfect photo. Every day new word creations come up. So also the term instagrammable. Merely a fancy new word? Not exactly…

If you are curious about answers, then you should find a cosy place and read the following article further. 

First things first

We, Alex and Jenny, are the initiators of the app meisight. Why meisight? Because we were annoyed by hours of searching through various portals and blog articles to find spots. That’s why we made it our business to bring together so-called Instagram photo spots around the globe on a clearly arranged map.

Thanks to the link to Google Maps, our users can not only see in advance what these Instagram Spots look like – and get inspiration for their own projects as well as outfits and accessories – but can also be led directly there by an integrated navigation.

Through our work, we can therefore confidently call ourselves “Instagrammable experts”; and in the following we want to explain what this is all about and what so-called instagrammable spots look like.

What does “instagrammable” mean?

If you ask Google and search for the word “instagrammable” in the “Urban Dictionary”, this is the definition for an image that is instagrammable. Admittedly, a somewhat woolly explanation, considering the variety of images on Instagram. From travel content to outfit posts to animal photos, everything is included. After all, it is ultimately up to the viewer to decide what he or she sees as Instagram-compatible and what not. That’s why we limit the whole thing to its origin, because the term instagrammable comes mainly from the travel and lifestyle industry. Here, instagrammable spots are first and foremost great places that are worth taking photos there.

 

The real work of content creators

The HOW plays a big role here: Only the way the photo was taken, from which perspective and which angle it was shot as well as the professional image editing afterwards make the total work of art. That is why we equate the work of influencers, the content creation, with art. These pictures are extremely time-consuming and need a lot of preparation.

But the work pays off in the end: The pictures are real eye-catchers and almost seem surreal due to the meticulous staging and editing. This perfectionism is in turn rewarded with many likes. From this we can conclude that instagrammable spots are places that have the potential to serve as a backdrop for the perfect #instaphoto.
The more people visit the individual Instagram Spots and upload their photos to the social networks, the more reach an instagrammable spot gets. In order for the photo to be instagrammable, it is important to our users that one or more people make the backdrop with their poses into a special work of art. Ideally 😉 …
Only the pure spot does not offer the inspiration regarding outfit, posing and accessories that the meisight community wants.

Why our meisight-community needs YOU!

Do you know such Instagram Spots or have you ever been there yourself? Places that may seem unspectacular to others, but are very special to you? Places where you can let your creativity and imagination run wild?

 

Then browse through your photo gallery and upload your best spots into our app meisight!
We’ll collect your instagrammable places to share them with other avid travelers, content creators, bloggers, etc. on your behalf. As a member of the meisight community you can provide other influencers with your personal Instagram Hotspots and benefit from other users sharing their photo spots with you.
Scroll through the photos of the meisight community and get great ideas and inspiration for your next photos.
Become a part of us today! You can find our app for Android in the Google Play Store and for iOS in the App Store.

We are looking forward to you and your favorite Instagram Spots in our App!

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