Ever feel like people out there are living a way better life than you? Well, guess what? It’s true! And what’s more you can follow their amazing lives on that social anxiety-inducing app, instagram.
Here are some of our favourite well-living livers, and glimpses of the adventures they pursue, to distract you from your desk job.
This LA-based photographer captures natural Cali in all its wild climates.
Seattle-based wanderer Aaron Huey once walked 3349 miles across America with his dog Cosmo. Now he shoots it in multicoloured hues.
Tree houses, camping kettles, vegetables and dogs are just some of the recurring motifs in British Columbia-based photographer Alana Paterson’s muted gramscapes.
Corey Arnold is a photographer and Alaskan commercial fisherman who captures a behind-the-scenes glimpse of life at sea.
Alexandra Wagoner is a dream catcher maker from Fountain Valley who’s big on waterfalls.
Beautiful scenes from the Pacific Northwest by Eugénie Frerichs.
Surfer and National Geographic photographer Pete McBride captures an artier side to surfing exploits.
Good food, good beaches, good rock jumps.
A misty kind of otherworldliness sets Luke Byrne’s shots apart from the masses.
Dogs and motorbikes are centre stage for Idaho-based Theron Humphrey.
Solitary figures in stunning landscapes.
Los Angeles, seen through the eyes of a French photographer.
Author of The New American Herbal is all about the roots of a scene.
British-born Lucy Laucht finds pinks and blues everywhere she goes.
George Livingston has been wandering the planet for two years, and you can hitch along for a digital ride.
Surfing, fishing, camping and culture on the Canadian coast.
National Geographic photographer currently working on a global story on the Evolution of Diet.
Alex Strohl is a Madrid-born, French photographer whose travels around the world have informed his unique style of photography.