Caulin has mastered the art of forest photography, and shares numerous stunning photos of trees changing color and snow covered rural roads. He captures warmer weather with just as much skill, and his drone shots provide new perspectives that are simply mesmerizing.
Rolling hills and snow-peaked mountains frequent Hunter's feed, but you can also count on him to take breathtaking photos of green coastlines and turquoise lakes. Hunter will give you the best kind of wanderlust, inspiring you to go out and connect with the rural and natural parts of our world.
Ed is a veteran in the nature photography space-- he began photographing in the 1950s, long before the DSLR age, and consequently he has maintained a classic nature photography style. On his feed he shares copies of his stunning traditional film photography from over the years.
Adventure photographer and trail ultra runner Brice Ferre doesn't go on a scenic run without bringing his camera along. His vibrant photographic style highlights the beauty of colorful skies and clear blue waters. He runs to nearly every location he shoots his photos from, resulting in unique perspectives you won’t find anywhere else.
Andrew's style errs on the side of traditional nature photography, so the entire focus is on the pure beauty of the earth. In particular, Andrew has a way of artfully capturing the movement of water in a still image. His bright imagery reminds us that we can find beauty in the simplest of places.
Benjamin's uber minimal and high contrast photos are drop dead stunning. With most photos shot in Iceland, snow, ice, and fog dominate his feed, with a pop of vibrant aurora borealis imagery sprinkled in. One look at his photos and you'll feel a sense of calm wash over you.
Alexandra's images are sparse. She pictures wide expanses, rushing water, and isolated places. Her images remind us that we are small in the scale of the universe, but that fact doesn't have to be sad-- and can even be liberating and inspiring.
Alex brings a vibrant and athletic feel to her images. She is never afraid of the cold and she's always ready to run, hike, ski, snowshoe or climb her way to incredible view. Her loyal pup Peanut (known as #Peanuttheadventurepup) is never far behind. Sometimes he's even in her backpack.
Skyler's account captures the wilderness around his Indiana home, but don't just expect a bunch of cornfields. Skyler uses light thoughtfully, captures dreamy landscapes and always brings a friend. His images have a poetic feel.
Paige's images are lush and wild. She contrasts the vast expanse of wilderness with the warmth and safety of her campsite. Her photos show the simple act of enjoying nature-- whether that's with a cooler full of beers or a blazing campfire. Bonus: she has a super cute dog!
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