As a super-amateur photographer -- sadly, the "super" is modifying the "amateur" there, not the "photographer" -- I've been spending quite a bit of my spare time of late milling about on Instagram. I'm not sure why it took me so long to get there, really. I love pictures.
Today, thanks to a Bored Panda post, I've been exploring the visually-stunning feed of Russian photographer Daniel Kordan. BP was particularly fired up by his recent work on the Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia (the world’s largest salt flat) in which he "managed to capture the Milky Way being reflected on the flooded salt flat at night."
I understand why that series of images caught their attention, because they're gorgeous. But the whole feed's pretty spectacular. (He's even got images from one of my favorite photographic places, the Lofoten archipelago of Norway.)