5 London Instagram Accounts You Need To Follow

5 London Instagram Accounts You Need To Follow

Posted 07/12/15
By Koray Hussein


It’s pretty clear to see that we love Instagram. We’re super active on our account and spend God knows how many hours a week scrolling through some absolutely brilliant accounts.

Now, we know that we have our Maybe It’s Because Ambassadors so in the interest of fairness we haven’t included any of them (or our guest writers) in these five accounts… even though you should totally follow them too.

 


 

@londonviewpoints – 34.6k Followers

I thought I’d kick off this week’s list with one of the most popular London accounts there is, @londonviewpoints. It’s an account that does exactly what it says on the tin and has some of the most draw droppingly beautiful shots of the city.  


 

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@annixontong – 22.6k Followers

A word of warning before you go and look at @annixontong’s gallery: He will make you hungry. There is nobody better at making a messy bagel look ridicuously appetising than Nick. His folower count is growing at an alarming rate and it’s clear to see why… If taking pictures of a cheese toastie was an art form, this guy would be Picbrandt Van Bacon.

 


 

@glplondon – 13.1k Followers

Our friends over at Great Little Place have a Great Little Gallery. It’s much like ours and showcases some brilliant shots of the city from various different London based photographers.    


 

@londonhistorian – 12k Followers

It may sound like I’m being biased by including our former guest writer The London Historian but honestly, you just need to take one look at his gallery and you’ll see why he’s on this list. TLH serves up some incredibly fascinating history lessons every single day.

If you love London and it’s history, then this is a no-brainer. Tap that follow button.

 

 


 

@ij35 – 7.2k Followers

@ij35’s follower count may not be as large as others on this list but his work is second to none. He is the undisputed king of the London puddlegram and works absolute miracles with reflections.

 

 


 

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