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The season of stepping on those crunchy-looking leaves is upon us! #FirstDayofFall
The season of stepping on those crunchy-looking leaves is upon us! #FirstDayofFall 
Perfect organic parfaits every morning at Hydro. Thank you @stonyfield! #morecowbell
Perfect organic parfaits every morning at Hydro. Thank you @stonyfield! #morecowbell 
We produced this spot with one goal in mind: Encourage kids to swap screen time for stage time. 🤘🏽
We produced this spot with one goal in mind: Encourage kids to swap screen time for stage time. 🤘🏽
Nobody trains for #Halloween quite like Hydro's co-founder Buster Pike. Here he is crossing the finish line at the #TourDesSuds 7-mile mountain bike climb on Sunday dressed as a Minion. #inspiration 🚴
Nobody trains for #Halloween  quite like Hydro's co-founder Buster Pike. Here he is crossing the finish line at the #TourDesSuds  7-mile mountain bike climb on Sunday dressed as a Minion. #inspiration  🚴
Allie Detwiler, one of Hydro's Account Executives, finds her peace through archery hunting... which is pretty badass.
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"The most rewarding part for me isn’t necessarily a kill, but just be able to take that time out of my day to spend time outdoors. Plus, most people who hunt like this use a rifle, practically guaranteed success every time. Using a bow takes a bit more patience to figure out and in my totally unbiased opinion…more skill."
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"Bonus points that I can bring it whenever I go camping and shoot beer cans off stumps without disturbing anyone." #hydronaut
Allie Detwiler, one of Hydro's Account Executives, finds her peace through archery hunting... which is pretty badass. • "The most rewarding part for me isn’t necessarily a kill, but just be able to take that time out of my day to spend time outdoors. Plus, most people who hunt like this use a rifle, practically guaranteed success every time. Using a bow takes a bit more patience to figure out and in my totally unbiased opinion…more skill." • "Bonus points that I can bring it whenever I go camping and shoot beer cans off stumps without disturbing anyone." #hydronaut 
Emily Landa, our Office Manager, soothes her heart with canine care.
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"Before I started at Hydro, I worked at an animal rescue for six months, and it wasn't easy saying goodbye. So, I decided to become a volunteer on the weekends, bringing along the two pups I adopted from @pawworks.
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It's an incredible feeling being able to witness the growth of rescued dogs and cats, and their ability to trust and love despite their heartbreaking backgrounds. As cheesy as it sounds, they really do save people, not the other way around."
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"That's why Paw Works will always have a special place in my heart. I still have many more weekends of snuggles and rubs to come." #hydronaut
Emily Landa, our Office Manager, soothes her heart with canine care. • "Before I started at Hydro, I worked at an animal rescue for six months, and it wasn't easy saying goodbye. So, I decided to become a volunteer on the weekends, bringing along the two pups I adopted from @pawworks. • It's an incredible feeling being able to witness the growth of rescued dogs and cats, and their ability to trust and love despite their heartbreaking backgrounds. As cheesy as it sounds, they really do save people, not the other way around." • "That's why Paw Works will always have a special place in my heart. I still have many more weekends of snuggles and rubs to come." #hydronaut 
Matt Moss, Hydro's Account Director, finds satisfaction in his spare time by farming taro on Oahu.
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"Taro, or kalo as it’s called in Hawaiian, is a sacred plant in the Hawaiian culture. It’s defined as the plant from which Hawaiians as a people were born in the Creation Chant and was a staple of the ancient Hawaiian diet. I’ve been working with my cousin to restore these ancient kalo patches for 4 months now and love it."
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"It’s hard, manual labor that leaves you physically exhausted but the results and impact that you have on the land are instantly visible." #hydronaut
Matt Moss, Hydro's Account Director, finds satisfaction in his spare time by farming taro on Oahu. • "Taro, or kalo as it’s called in Hawaiian, is a sacred plant in the Hawaiian culture. It’s defined as the plant from which Hawaiians as a people were born in the Creation Chant and was a staple of the ancient Hawaiian diet. I’ve been working with my cousin to restore these ancient kalo patches for 4 months now and love it." • "It’s hard, manual labor that leaves you physically exhausted but the results and impact that you have on the land are instantly visible." #hydronaut 
In 1973 the seminal film 'The Harder They Come' took the U.S. by storm quickly becoming one of the most popular cult films in history. In April 2018, the 'Stand Up to the Man' tour will bring this film to a city near you. @thtc45
In 1973 the seminal film 'The Harder They Come' took the U.S. by storm quickly becoming one of the most popular cult films in history. In April 2018, the 'Stand Up to the Man' tour will bring this film to a city near you. @thtc45
Three Hydronauts escape #dtla for the tranquil vibes of Rosewood in Topanga. What was once a hair studio is now @topangafilminstitute's favorite place to host intimate film screenings like Hydro's very own 'Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me.' #HydroStudios
Three Hydronauts escape #dtla  for the tranquil vibes of Rosewood in Topanga. What was once a hair studio is now @topangafilminstitute's favorite place to host intimate film screenings like Hydro's very own 'Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me.' #HydroStudios 
Hometown love. ✌🏽
Hometown love. ✌🏽
Even though our intern @katie_mai_fitz is far from the Theatre Company she calls family, she's bursting to tell everyone Stateside about the big and beautiful things they are doing back home. This project is called #NEONWestern and we'd like to wish a special congrats to to everyone at @conflictedtheatre & @peterpowermusic for being featured at this year's @dublinfringefest!
Even though our intern @katie_mai_fitz is far from the Theatre Company she calls family, she's bursting to tell everyone Stateside about the big and beautiful things they are doing back home. This project is called #NEONWestern  and we'd like to wish a special congrats to to everyone at @conflictedtheatre & @peterpowermusic for being featured at this year's @dublinfringefest!
We put together a list of our favorite #Instagram accounts just for you. Check them out in this slideshow and click the link in our bio to view all 10! If we missed a good one, let us know in the comments below. #HydroStudios
We put together a list of our favorite #Instagram  accounts just for you. Check them out in this slideshow and click the link in our bio to view all 10! If we missed a good one, let us know in the comments below. #HydroStudios 
Don't let the shirt and tie fool you—this @PawWorks pup means business. Happy #NationalDogDay from our newest Hydronaut. #HydroStudios
Don't let the shirt and tie fool you—this @PawWorks pup means business. Happy #NationalDogDay  from our newest Hydronaut. #HydroStudios 
“Nothing behind me, everything ahead of me, as is ever so on the road.” – Jack Kerouac
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What a ride! Thanks for join us on the open road. Follow Urs Baur (@ubtff) and reserve of copy of his magazine CTLST* at www.ctlst.co.
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(Slideshow 5 of 5: The Open Road Issue)
“Nothing behind me, everything ahead of me, as is ever so on the road.” – Jack Kerouac • What a ride! Thanks for join us on the open road. Follow Urs Baur (@ubtff) and reserve of copy of his magazine CTLST* at www.ctlst.co. • (Slideshow 5 of 5: The Open Road Issue)
The hidden beauty of a forgotten or desolate area. What a society considers waste, speaks volumes about its values at a point in time. This old Pepsi can was found in the desert around Yucca Mesa, CA.
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Swipe to visit the barren beauty of the Mojave Desert, morning dew on a field in the ‘coldest valley in Colorado’ at the Natural Hot Springs near Moffat, CO, and a fascinating art installation by Swiss artist Jerome Massart, hidden in Amboy, CA.
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Slides 4 of 5: The Open Road Issue)
The hidden beauty of a forgotten or desolate area. What a society considers waste, speaks volumes about its values at a point in time. This old Pepsi can was found in the desert around Yucca Mesa, CA. • Swipe to visit the barren beauty of the Mojave Desert, morning dew on a field in the ‘coldest valley in Colorado’ at the Natural Hot Springs near Moffat, CO, and a fascinating art installation by Swiss artist Jerome Massart, hidden in Amboy, CA. • Slides 4 of 5: The Open Road Issue)
Each sign, whether under the sweltering sun or beaming through the night's darkness, had a unique aesthetic.
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Hooper, home of the Colorado Gator Farm and the UFO Watchtower is just one of the many locations peppered throughout western America where some truly unforgettable road signs stand the test of time.
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Large neon signs in Winnemucca, Nevada lure in truckers and travelers to the many motels, casinos and brothels that have been welcoming patrons since the times of the gold rush.
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The Roy’s Motel and Café seen in this slideshow opened its doors way back in 1938. It was once a popular pit stop on Route 66, the “Main Street of America,” and even though its been defunct for many years, the neon boomerang sign still marks what was once a modernist refuge in the Mojave Desert.
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(Slideshow 3 of 5: The Open Road Issue)
Each sign, whether under the sweltering sun or beaming through the night's darkness, had a unique aesthetic. • Hooper, home of the Colorado Gator Farm and the UFO Watchtower is just one of the many locations peppered throughout western America where some truly unforgettable road signs stand the test of time. • Large neon signs in Winnemucca, Nevada lure in truckers and travelers to the many motels, casinos and brothels that have been welcoming patrons since the times of the gold rush. • The Roy’s Motel and Café seen in this slideshow opened its doors way back in 1938. It was once a popular pit stop on Route 66, the “Main Street of America,” and even though its been defunct for many years, the neon boomerang sign still marks what was once a modernist refuge in the Mojave Desert. • (Slideshow 3 of 5: The Open Road Issue)
At the end of an 18 mile dirt and gravel road in northwestern New Mexico, the Chaco Culture National Historical Park stretches for about six miles and contains the remains of about six or seven villages and ceremonial sites dating back to about 900 AD.
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Swipe to see the other captivating views from Urs and Tess’ journey. From the long, flat stretch of highway in northern Arizona, Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats, and the backdrop of mountains in Saugache County CO, no picture can fully capture the beauty resting in these quiet pockets of the West.
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(Slideshow 2 of 5: The Open Road Issue)
At the end of an 18 mile dirt and gravel road in northwestern New Mexico, the Chaco Culture National Historical Park stretches for about six miles and contains the remains of about six or seven villages and ceremonial sites dating back to about 900 AD. • Swipe to see the other captivating views from Urs and Tess’ journey. From the long, flat stretch of highway in northern Arizona, Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats, and the backdrop of mountains in Saugache County CO, no picture can fully capture the beauty resting in these quiet pockets of the West. • (Slideshow 2 of 5: The Open Road Issue)
In this week’s #HydroStudios IG series we’ll be taking you on a virtual #roadtrip with our creative director Urs Baur, his daughter Tess, and their dog River through California, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Nevada. Hop in!
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(Slideshow 1 of 5: The Open Road Issue)
In this week’s #HydroStudios  IG series we’ll be taking you on a virtual #roadtrip  with our creative director Urs Baur, his daughter Tess, and their dog River through California, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Nevada. Hop in! • (Slideshow 1 of 5: The Open Road Issue)