Let’s face it, most of our daily lives are just not interesting enough to warrant flocks of followers anticipating our every post (except when you're eating one of these), but here are some SD Instagrammers whose feeds are much, much cooler than yours.
Aloha Sunday’s feed is like a California dream come true.
Bradley Mountain will make you want to grab a backpack and get exploring, so if you have a terrible sense of direction, be careful.
Food blogger Brandon is the king of the overhead, perfectly styled foodie shot.
Garrett’s Instagram will inspire you to roam around the city late at night taking photos. But like, not in a creepy way.
This group of SD creatives includes photographers, videographers, musicians, designers, some dogs, and a kid traveling around the country in style and documenting their adventures.
Hilary is one badass beekeeper who teaches beekeeping classes, does live bee removals, and posts photos about anything and everything you've ever wanted to know about those sweet little buggers.
Using the hashtag #getbusylivin, John's account is full of his living-life-to-the-fullest adventures, which have not yet included an elaborate prison break involving a rock hammer.
If you like dreamy scenery and surf photos, Justin has you covered.
Kat is a photographer and SD transplant from Kansas who is camping, hiking, climbing, swimming, biking, surfing, and filling her feed with jealousy-inducing photos while doing so. In other words, her balls are bigger than yours and she has the photos to prove it.
This photographer has an eye for everything from aerial to macro mixed in with some landscape shots that show the beauty of San Diego and beyond.
Kiddradi captures the more urban side of our fair city with night shots, light trails, long exposures, and interesting perspectives.
Larry Marshall is based in SD, but he captures landscapes from all over the place using long exposures that turn lakes into glass and ocean waves into mist, giving his pics a surreal touch.
Based in Del Mar, this lifestyle brand is all about keeping it local, connecting with the SD/maker community, and looking good while doing so. Lone Flag’s feed is full of style, community, quality handmade items, and support for other local businesses and craftsmen.
Paige creates conceptual photos of mostly women that are both powerful and stunning.
A La Jolla based model with a passion for travel that will fill your feed with all around babeliciousness.
Motorcycles, cars, surf, vintage clothes, and debauchery; Seaweed and Gravel’s Instagram screams rebellion in the coolest way possible.
These guys don’t just tell you the surf’s up... they show you by delivering the latest surf conditions while hanging out of a helicopter and posting photos of the actual waves.