October 28, 2016

5 Instagrammers You'll 'Fall' For

Words : Brian Cason

Fall in the Northern Hemisphere is characteristically a season of change. The air gets cooler, our tastebuds are reintroduced to the spices and sweets we love so much, and the leaves begin to flow into beautiful shades of yellow, orange, red, and brown. Not all of us are lucky enough to live in an area where we can see the changing season in such a tangible way so we want to introduce you to 5 Instagrammers you’ll love to follow to get your “Fall fix”.


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Steve Naylor

@scubagram

A true camper at heart, Steve’s shots are the embodiment of early morning hikes and camping trips into various wilderness wonderlands. Steve isn’t afraid to let Fall be Fall; you’ll notice his photos aren’t oversaturated and he shows how to capture an understated, simple beauty this season.





Karrigan Willoughby

@karrigan.w

With a mix of everyday moments and weekend adventures, Karrigan’s consistent editing style helps channel Fall vibes that are simply elegant. Karrigan’s photos encourage us to capture those fading moments at the end of the day, mixing the golden light with the reminder that the days are shorter so we should live them to the fullest.





Brenton Little

@brenton_clarke

Brenton’s love for design can be seen in the way he uses borders to turn his feed into a gallery of Fall. He’s able to find a harmony in capturing both the stillness in the landscapes around him and life in his family and friends. You’ll notice Brenton has developed a keen eye for lines and captures the rolling of hills or the slant of a building at just the right angle.





Tasha Grabowski

@tashagrabowski

With the Great Smoky Mountains practically in her backyard it’s no wonder Tasha is able to capture vibrant leaves and beautiful viewpoints. Tasha leverages natural light backlighting the bright orange and red leaves to make her photos come to life with a fun and whimsical mood.





Aran Goyoaga

@cannellevanille

If you weren’t hungry, you will be now. Aran’s account encompasses the great flavors of Fall intertwined with life in the city. She reminds us all that this season is about gathering around a table with those we care for; that Fall is a time for sharing.

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