Looking to liven up your Instagram feed? Fargo-Moorhead is rich with natural beauty, funky shops and eateries that are perfect for Instagram. Here are some of the best places to snap a shot.
This coffee shop is an ideal place to get a photo with great lighting. With all white walls, huge windows that let in natural light and gorgeous latte art, this place creates the perfect photo worthy of a double tap.
If you want to get an inspiring nature shot in the F-M area, this is the place to be. Breathtaking all year round, there isn’t anyone who could take a bad photo of this landscape.
Kroll’s isn’t only good for shakey Mondays. It’s also got a vibrant inside and outside! Sneak a little (or a lot) of pink into your feed while scarfing down that shake next Monday. Or, take a photo of the Kroll’s sign – perfect at any time of the day.
This is perhaps the most well known, most photographed building/sign in downtown Fargo. Take in a movie and make it official by snapping a photo of the marquee. Or just take a stroll down Broadway and create some sense of place with this iconic backdrop.
This area is not lacking for amazing coffee shops. Twenty Below has a cozy environment for taking photos and their coffee makes for good latte shots, too.
Visit the museum to take in some amazing art, but make sure to capture some of your own, too. The large windows and open space make for great natural light, and the warm ambiance will add interest to any feed.
No joke – this place has the prettiest food. No one will be judging you for taking a photo of your lunch here. Plus, it’s pretty tasty, too.
Red River of the North
Instead of driving over it to get from Moorhead to Fargo and back again, stop and walk around! This river makes for some great pictures.
Quite possibly the cutest place for vintage finds in Fargo-Moorhead. To top that, you’ll never be lacking for a new shot in their shop because it is updated so frequently!
The Red River Market is a great place to bring your friends, take some photos, and have an awesome time! Not only can you snag some good photos of the fresh fruits and veggies, the Red River Market pickup truck makes a fun photo op, too!
Casey Max '18 is an English writing major at Concordia.