Max Münch is a pianist and music composer who dedicates some of his creative energy towards capturing the world’s most beautiful landscapes. In 2015 alone, he travelled to 26 countries. His feed is made up of highlights of his travels.
More than 1.1 million people follow 22-year-old Hannes Becker on his photographic journey across the globe. A few years ago, he co-founded the collaborative community Germanroamers and since then, his work has inspired a whole generation of young photographers to explore their backyard.
The vast US West coast landscapes Lennart Pagel saw during his year abroad ignited his passion for landscape photography. Back home in Germany, he ventured out to discover the natural treasures his home country holds.
Leo Thomas saw Lennart as a source of inspiration when they met in the US. Shortly afterwards, he bought his first camera and started creating moody shots of his travels.
His photography has taken Daniel Ernst all across the world, but the German Alps still rank high on his list of favourite places. His feed takes followers to some fantastic off-the-beaten-track destinations.
Though Jannick Obenhoff is only 17 years old, he’s already travelled to destinations that self-proclaimed world travellers have yet to discover. His feed will reignite your wanderlust.
Originally from the Netherlands, Remo Jacobs moved just across the border to Germany with his family nearly 10 years ago. He’s been capturing landscapes and intimate animal portraits since 2013.
Living just outside Nuremberg, Patrick Monatsberger had the rugged mountains and picturesque valleys of the Franconian Switzerland region as his playground. At some point, he started capturing the stunning vistas of his hikes. He hasn’t stopped and now photographs the scenery wherever he travels.
Jannik Heck is only 18 years old and already shares his landscape shots of mountain ranges, streams and lakes with a fanbase of nearly 79,000 people on Instagram.
Roman Königshofer‘s Instagram feed takes you to the wildest places. The photographer is drawn to the outdoors and has captured a vast array of landscapes from the Italian Alps, to the Mongolian grasslands and the Icelandic highlands.
David Kollmann was only 13 years old when he first picked up a camera. Fast forward six years and his hobby developed to be his greatest passion. He’s currently exploring Chile and shares his favourite shots with a steadily growing number of followers.