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Photos: Top ten Colorado marijuana-porn shots on Instagram

Back in the paranoid '90s, when I started toking, you didn't want to tell too many people that you smoked cannabis -- and you certainly didn't want to be photographed using it.

Times have certainly changed.

We went hunting for marijuana pictures from Colorado on Instagram using various hashtag searches. We soon found that a lot of you people love your pot and want all of your Internet friends (and even more Internet strangers) to know about it.

Below, view our top ten Colorado cannabis-themed photos from the horribly addictive social media photo app that makes everyone think they are the next Ansel Adams.

Number 10. Sparkle Jar

This herb is so good, the jar it comes in sparkles. Number 9: Batter up

If only the Rockies were as good as the nuggets. Page down to see more of our top ten Colorado marijuana shots on Instagram.

 

Number 8: Ready to Roll

There's something so old-school about a TOP rolling machine. I bet this guy listens to jazz on vinyl, too. Number 7: I'm in love with Mary Jane

She's my main thang. Page down to see more of our top ten Colorado marijuana shots on Instagram.

 

Number 6: Bathroom dabbin'

Not sure why these rigs are all in the bathroom -- not that we're judging anyone based on where they choose to medicate or anything like that. Actually, we are. Number 5: Garden shot

Oh, hello ladies. Seems I've caught you at a good time. Page down to see more of our top ten Colorado marijuana shots on Instagram.

 

Number 4: Half full or half empty?

Caption was something like "Blue Dream so good I don't know if I should smoke it." We hope you did. Number 3: Nugball

New game-day ball for the 2013 greater Denver medical marijuana softball league? Page down to see more of our top ten Colorado marijuana shots on Instagram.

 

Number 2: Pinner Joint

"It is a toothpick, man!" Number 1: Fan-tastic

The best kind of high five you can receive.

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