INSTAGRAM – This week we're focusing on how to make business travel more pleasurable, and we thought we'd start by showcasing the Instagram accounts of people who make travel their business: our contributors. All of these shots are from writers and photographers who have been published on Gentedimontagna, and all of them embody what it means to love what you do. Cheers to that!
COMING UP NEXT WEEK: A MOVEABLE FEAST
InstaTrip is a Sunday roundup of the best Instagram photos of the travel theme we're featuring that week. Next up: A Moveable Feast. Tag your best photos of travels through food with #GentedimontagnaInstatrip before Friday. We'll publish the best ones we find on Gentedimontagna.
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Gentedimontagna editor Berit Baugher just got back from Santa Fe, and all the adobe houses and southwestern details are right up our alley.
Christina is one of our contributing editors and our resident expert on kid-friendly travel. All of her travel shots are stunning, but the dark sky behind this landscape in the Atacama Desert makes us yearn for summer storms.
The dynamic duo behind El Camino Travel, Katalina Mayorga and Marianna Jamadi (a.k.a. and ) take stylish travelers to gorgeous places and take perfect pictures of them (like this group in Nicaragua).
Sure, their focus is food, but the folks over at The Funnelogy Channel show us the ins and outs of their travels, from insane food adventures to quiet moments like this one in New Caledonia.
Sabahs just hit Tokyo! We're not only way into these magical shoes, but the nomadic founder is one of our go-to experts on Istanbul.
Katie McKnoulty is the author of one of our most in-depth pieces on Brisbane, and the voice behind The Travelling Light. She's in Bali right now and her feed is making it hard to discern whether it's for work or play.
If you're looking for perfection in a travel feed, look no further. This shot in Costa Rica is stunning, but easily gets lost in the rest of Yonathan's gorgeous photography. Also check out his photos of Cuba for a local's view of the nation.