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20 Gorgeous Seattle Instagrams You Need to Follow Now

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Since Instagram unveiled some new features recently, now would be a great time to refresh your following list. Behold: Curbed Seattle's list of our 20 favorite local Instagrammers serving up the best in architecture, design, art and general visual deliciousness.

Aran Goyoaga (@cannellevani)

Living in both Seattle and Basque Country, she splits her time photographing the Pacific Northwest scenery and the small plates our chefs create therein.
Spencer Hibert (@spencerhibert)

There's going to be a lot of Pacific Northwest landscapes and Seattle skyline photos in your feed so Hibert's artwork is the perfect psychedelic palette cleanser.

Victoria Wright (@veekster)

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Wright is not only an accomplished Pacific Northwest photographer in her own right but she's also the co-organizer of Instagramers Seattle, which we'll get to in a bit. Wright's images blend client work with thoughtful, personal glimpses into her everyday life.

Michael Giroux (@michaelgiroux)

This self-taught Seattle photographer mixes cool Pacific Northwest scenery with stunning model work. Keep an eye out for some Sounders cameos as well.

Andrew Lee (bluecamstudios)

Tacoma-based, Lee takes great photos of both The City of Destiny and The Emerald City, not to mention all of the wildlife and wilderness around both.

Beautiful lookouts, crashing waves and desolate highways pock this feed. This one's for the PNW traveler looking for new views.

Dan Cole (@dankhole)

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There's nothing dank about these photos. In fact most of them are bright and inviting. Amongst the scenery, there's plenty of captured moments in the quiet places around Seattle.

Linda Derschang (@lindaderschang)

Derschang is a restaurateur, designer, and staple of the Capitol Hill food and nightlife scene and Instragram was basically created for people like her.

Brittany Wright (@wrightkitchen)

Do you like rainbows? Do you like food? You will like this feed.

Jason On Alki Beach (@bearfoot_mopho)

A lover of vintage signs and offbeat roadside attractions, you'll see plenty of those and a whole lot more.

Jill Spirup (@photosonfire55)

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Spirup is a photographer with a great eye for the beauty of nature, big and small.

Jason Mackey (@j____m)

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Mackey has a real affinity for a certain dock in Kirkland but it's the varied colors of each shot that steal the show.

Marcella Caroline (@marcellacroline)

Flowers, food, landscapes, mountains, glaciers. You name it, Caroline has photographed it and photographed it well.

Pacific Northwest Collective (@pacificnorthwestco)

They are "collective minds inspired by the Northwest." What you get is some of the best in PNW photography.

IGers_Seattle (@igers_seattle)

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It is what it promises. Instagrammers from Seattle. You want a steady stream of Seattle pics in your feed? Here's how you get'm. Also a great way to be introduced to new Seattle-based 'grammers.

Stefan (@sklinkowski)

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If Seattle architecture is what you want, Seattle architecture is what you will get. There's plenty more to Seattle than just the Space Needle (though there are plenty of shots of that too).

Jana Obscura (@jana_obscura)

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What we like about Jana's images is that we feel like we're right there too in the bar or at the concert. Plus, we want to hang out with the pug.

Marcus Klotz (@mynameismarcusklotz)

While there's plenty of great Seattle skyline shots here, we like the nooks and crannies that Marcus seems to be able to find, giving us views of the city we haven't seen before.

Neha (@prettydottynattyneha)

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All Neha seems to need is a road, a tripod and the Pacific Northwest to make some magic.

Tyson Edwards (@thenosyt)

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This Seattle-based photographer captures images all over the Pacific Northwest, showcasing the grittiness of the city and the grandeur of the wilderness.

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