From Yellowstone to Acadia, the United States is filled to the brim with stunning national parks. It only makes sense, then, that the U.S. Department of the Interior, tasked with overseeing the country’s federal land and resources, has a pretty stunning Instagram page.
The profile, “usinterior,” shares a gorgeous mixture of work from park visitors and government photographers. It’s become a must-follow on Instagram, racking up some 385,000 followers who come for the alpine mountain ranges and stay for the feasting brown bears.
Above, check out a sampling of the Interior Department’s most popular Instagram photos of 2014.
“These photos were the most popular this year on the Interior Department’s Instagram account because they capture just how beautiful America’s public lands are from coast to coast,” said Tim Fullerton, Director of Digital Strategy at the U.S. Department of the Interior.
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