November 12, 2013 News & Features » Cover Story

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Hidden Richmond 

The people, places and moments of RVA captured through your Instagram filters.

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Several years ago we asked Style Weekly's photographers to venture into the city to capture the places, moments and people that are rarely seen. They came back with a visual spectrum of Richmond, places most people never go or scenes that only get a passing glance in the rush of the day.

During the month of October we turned that assignment around to readers who use the social networking service Instagram to share photos. The submissions came tumbling in.

Photography Editor Scott Elmquist and Creative Director Ed Harrington chose some of their favorites, and we've asked those readers to share the story behind what they discovered. — Jason Roop

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