Best of Boogie: The Year in Instagram [2018]

Posted on: December 31st, 2018 at 5:19 am by

Here are some of our favorite Instagram shots from the last year, in no particular order. If you haven’t joined us on Instagram yet, head over and click to follow. Without further ado…

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Water tank water colors #watertank #skyline

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Neighborhood legend #rayscandystore #avenuea

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Starman in the subway #davidbowie #subway #mta

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Snowy night grub #eastbroadway #chinatown #snow

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Lost in (snowy) translation #canalstreet #snow

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Stand clear of the closing doors #mta #subwayscenes

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Puddle skating #divisionstreet #skate #heatwave

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On the move #orchardstreet #graffiti #umbrella

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