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16 Instagram Accounts That Will Make You Want To Grab A Surfboard, A Green Juice, And A Ticket To L.A.

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2. Rick Poon, @rick_poon

Rick Poon is a professional photographer who uses his Instagram to document where he goes and what he eats. It's a great account to follow if you're interested in learning more about the food culture in LA. Poon geotags every photo so he makes it easy to keep track of yummy dishes around the city (and elsewhere in the world).

3. Ed Droste, @edroste

Ed Droste's night time gig is being the lead singer in Grizzly Bear -- pretty cool, huh? This means that his Instagram is filled with lots of goodies as he travels the world. But when he's home in LA his photos are particularly beautiful.

6. Amy Merrick, @amy_merrick

Florist Amy Merrick recently moved from NYC to LA which is great because her photos will probably get more captivating as the warm weather seeps in. The only thing more beautiful than her ethereal photos are her stunning bouquets.

7. Slater Trout, @slatertrout

You may already know this cutie because he's dating Alec Baldwin's daughter, Ireland. However, Slater has a lot going on in his own world. The 6' 3" blondie is a competitive paddle boarder and moves between LA and Hawaii.

12. Bobby Solomon, @thefoxisblack

Bobby Solomon is the editor-in-chief of creative inspiration blog The Fox Is Black and founder of Los Angeles, I'm Yours, a design, lifestyle, and culture website. He sees art everywhere he goes.

13. Jonpaul Douglass, @jonpauldouglass

Jonpaul's Instagram is great for three reasons: The first is that his photos of Los Angeles are amazing. The second is that he has an adorable pug named Stella who he features heavily. The third is that he's currently working on a project called "#pizzainthewild" where he takes photos of pizza -- SURPRISE! -- in the wild. It's kooky and weird and fantastic.

14. Kimberly Genevieve, @kimgenevieve

Kimberly is a photographer who merges "the California’s sun-kissed surfer aesthetic with chic urban fashion influences." She says that she "pulls inspiration from bright colors, everyday life, and the sunset strip."