Only 7? No, of course not. Instagram now has over 400 million monthly users* uploading photographs, selecting a filter, adding a #hashtag and sharing their experiences with the rest of us.

With so many images at your fingertips we have helped narrow down your options by selecting 7 of the best accounts for you to follow …


Myspace Tom

Sound familiar? If you had a MySpace account before 2010 then the answer is probably “yes”. Tom Anderson was one of the co-founders of the original social networking site and an automatic ‘friend’ of anyone who signed up. Today, the retired multi-millionaire spends his time travelling the world taking nature and landscape photographs –much to our delight!




Expert Vagabond is the digital home of professional traveller, blogger and photographer Matthew Karsten. From Guatemala to Greenland, Iceland to Istanbul – @expertvagabond has been there, done that and posted the picture.




On the Roofs

If you have a problem with heights, this is not the account for you. @ontheroofs is the brainchild of urban photographers Vadim Makhorov and Vitaliy Raskalov. This daring duo from Russia and Ukraine travel the world scaling new heights in New York and skyscrapers in Shanghai…and they’re only just getting started!


A photo posted by ON THE ROOFS (@ontheroofs) on



Earth Focus

Travel and nature are the key themes of this account. If you have a picture you are proud of, they want to know about it. @earthfocus is a great place to find mind-blowing photography and discover new accounts to follow.


A photo posted by Earth Focus (@earthfocus) on




A web and graphic designer come photographer – with that CV you just know these pictures are going to be good. At the click of a button @mikekus can transform a patch of grass into a work of art. Nature, people and places – he has everything covered.


A photo posted by Mike Kus (@mikekus) on



Clark Little

Surf’s up! @clarklittle offers a view of the ocean like no other. This award-winning photographer, who hails from Hawaii, captures the beauty and power of the water from inside waves as they break on the shore.


A photo posted by clark little (@clarklittle) on




Yes, Instagram has it’s own account. The tagline in the bio reads: “Capturing and sharing the world’s moments.” It doesn’t disappoint. Here, you will find a collection of the gorgeous and the grotesque, the weird and the wonderful, the sublime and the ridiculous – everything there is to love about this social media site.


A photo posted by Instagram (@instagram) on



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