EACH WEEK WE CHOOSE OUR favorite images from readers, fans, and travelers, who tag their photos with #travelstoke and post them on our Instagram account. These pictures provide a daily dose of incentive, and challenge us to photograph the world in innovative ways. Here are this week’s editors’ picks of people finding some serious #travelstoke.

1. Jesper Anhede, Montana.

2. Oriol Segarra, Roys Peak, Wanaka, New Zealand.

3. Jacob Riglin, Rhododendron Park Kromlau.

4. Sarah Brown, New Zealand.

5. Georg Michaelis, The Eiger, Swizerland.

Wish I could wake up to this view everyday! @visitswitzerland

Una foto publicada por Norway | @the.elys (@georgmichaelis) el

6. Kristen of Bearfoot Theory, Milford Sound, New Zealand.

7. Hannah Thornton, Lake Tahoe.

Sunday Funday at the lake today with @lakeshoresup and friends 💙 #GoPro #LakeTahoe #FindYourLakeShore Boards by @lakeshoresup

Una foto publicada por Hannah Thornton (@hannahbrie) el

8. Jason, Yellow Rock Beach, Tasmania.

What an epic day @lake_of_tranquility and I had yesterday here on King Island! From 5am through to well after midnight we literally did not stop. Our journey took us from the southern most point of the island through to the northern most, from east coast to west coast and so much in between. In between all of the "normal" photography I have been flying a drone pretty much anywhere I can and in some crazy conditions. Yesterday afternoon we visited the remains of Shannon shipwreck which ran aground at at Yellow Rock Beach in 1906. The objects in the water are the boiler and drive shaft of this old Tasmania – Victoria passenger ferry, and is the only part of any shipwreck around King Island which is visible from land. King Island has the unfortunate title of having the most known shipwrecks of anywhere in Australia. When you see some of the coastline it is very easy to understand why this is, but I was very suprised that this location was the scene of this accident as the beach is simply incredible, with some of the clearest water I have ever seen and so peaceful and calm when we visited yesterday afternoon . #discovertasmania #kingisland @discoverkingisland @tasmaniasnorthwest ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ DJI Phantom 3 20mm f/2.8 1/500 secs ISO400 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ #exploringaustralia#exploreaustralia#australiagram#ig_australia#infinity_shotz#tasmania#tasmaniagram#global_hotshotz#magicpict#ig_shotz#GlobalCapture#igbest_shotz#yellowrockbeach#discoverkingisland#marvelshots#nationalgeographic#ig_great_pics#wow_australia2016#hello_bluey#shannonshipwreck#australia#lonelyplanet#discoveraustralia#earthpics#travelstoke#tasmaniasnothwest#traveldeeper#seeaustralia

Una foto publicada por Jason 😎 Hobart, Tasmania (@tassiegrammer) el

9. Jason Wilson, San Clemente, California.

10. Jeff Bartlett, BC, Canada.

11. The Bus And Us, Los Glaciares National Park.