Top {#Hoboken} Photos of the Week

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As the blooms begin to blossom, we start to enjoy {or suffer allergies from} the beautiful scenery that follows. Spring is a great time for frolicking around #Hoboken, seeing what new things have popped up in town since the frozen tundra of winter took over {or still is here?}… And boy, Hoboken has never looked better! This time of the year we have some tough competition in our Instagram feed, but here were our favorites this week:


Doesn’t this picture just make you want to be outside? {Except that it’s FREEZING, ugh}

@ambularx

photo by @ambularx


An abstract choice from us here at HG – but we love its subtle character.

@tmaswon

photo by @tmaswon


{Insert cliche – but gorgeous – springtime blooms picture below }

@mmrock1017

photo by @mmrock1017


Patriotism always wins in our books.

@nando.land

photo by @nando.land


We have this thing for pretty doors; we love them.

@brittford

photo by @brittford


Can somebody please share the secret to taking a picture this good?

@ashleymo0re

photo by @ashleymo0re


We were off to rainy start last Monday, but we bet you forgot already!

@bgrodzitsky

photo by @bgrodzitsky


Don’t forget to hashtag #Hoboken and tag @hobokengirlblog on Instagram, and your artistic eye for beauty could be featured in our next photo round-up!

Until next week,

xx

READ: Last Week’s Top {#Hoboken} Photos of the Week Here


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Genna moved to Hoboken upon graduating from the University of Tennessee to start her Marketing career at HGTV, and is most currently at The Knot in downtown Manhattan. To Genna, there's nothing better than cheering on UT football, soaking in warm sunny weather on her balcony, and watching starry-skied movies on Pier 13. You may have spotted Genna as a customer associate at Anthropologie ...that is, when she's not doing Hot Yoga or punching bags at CKO! Most days, you can find Genna circling the Mile Square on an early morning run or attempting to justify her shopping habits along Washington Street.


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