10 Beautiful Instagram Accounts You Must Follow

I don’t know about you, but I love Instagram. I’ve always had a passion for beautiful photography. Unfortunately, I’m just not skilled or experienced enough to create the type of art I love (yet). In the meantime, I spend way too much time looking through Instagram. I’ve compiled a list of my top ten favorite accounts and I’d love to share them with you. Please share links to your favorites in the comments below! Share your own links, too. ๐Ÿ™‚

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here are my top ten (in no particular order):

1. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (@usfws)

2. MK Photography (@peaceful_places_)

————————————————- โ€ขWhen you were born you cried and the world rejoiced. Live your life so that when you die, the world cries and you rejoiceโ€ข ————————————————- #ExploreMontana #AdventureAwaits #SoulSearching #RawBeauty #RoadTrip ————————————————- #West #Wild #WildBeauty #Explore #Canon #Rebel #USA #OpenRoad #AtPeace #State #Fresh #LifeThroughMyLens #Colours #CaptureTheMoment #Breathtaking #Sunset #NaturalWorld #NeverStopExploring #Montana #Mountains #MotherEarth #MotherEarth #Reflection #Stream #Free ————————————————- Canon EOS Rebel SL1 ISO 200 55mm F/5.6 1/80 ————————————————-

A photo posted by <img src=” class=”emoji” draggable=”false”>โ€ขMK Photographyโ€ข<img src=” class=”emoji” draggable=”false”> (@peaceful_places_) on

3. Patrick Thun (@patrickthunphoto)

4. Rick Battle (@rickbattlephoto)

5. Yosemite National Park (@yosemitenps)

Fall weather has brought a week of great sunsets, including this one last night. #yosemite #nationalpark #sunset

A photo posted by Yosemite National Park (@yosemitenps) on

6. U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior)

7. U.S. Geological Survey (@usgs)

๐Ÿป Yep, it’s Friday alright, and this bear certainly knows how to party! Though, we don’t recommend inviting this bear, or any bear for that matter, to your party or even getting near one since they’re likely to not be very friendly in your presence…it’s better to just let them party on their own. Here we see a brown bear rolling around on its back in the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska. The USGS has been monitoring and tracking the population and movements of bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem for over 30 years and for over 10 years in the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem (northwestern Montana). You can learn more about the research at http://on.doi.gov/bears. Photo credit: Steve Hillebrand, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. #USGS #FWS #science #friday #happyfriday #bears #Alaska #animals #Montana #NOROCK #Yellowstone

A photo posted by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) (@usgs) on

8. View California (@viewcalifornia)

9. Visit Montana (@visitmontana)

Who would you watch the stars with in Glacier National Park? Photo via @traunfoto. #MontanaMoment

A photo posted by visitmontana (@visitmontana) on

10. Pacific Wild (@pacificwild)

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