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 inspiration, and challenge us to photograph the world in innovative ways.

Here are this week’s editors’ picks of people finding some serious #travelstoke:

1. Alister Horne shot this looking at Eilean Donan Castle, Scotland.

That dreamy Scottish castle

A photo posted by Alistair (@ali.horne) on

2. Mirae Campbell traverses Panorama Ridge, British Columbia.

This is what @katiescottaiton would call #travelstoke🍍😁

A photo posted by Mirae Campbell (@miraecampbell) on

3. Aerial shot of Scarborough beach, Perth, Western Australia captured by Alex Bell.

4. Cameron Cech checking out the sunset at Badlands National Park.

5. Jess Bonde at Cania Gorge National Park, Australia.

6. Benjamin Everett enjoys a quiet moment in Alaska.

If this image were larger, you might notice thousands of tiny excited ripples emanating from @chelseakauai's kayak.

A photo posted by Benjamin Everett (@bejamin) on

7. Oliver Vegas hanging out at Petra, Ma’An, Jordan.

Never had a better view of Petra #shareyourjordan @visitjordan

A photo posted by Oliver Vegas (@ovunno) on

8. Stevin Tuchiwsky at Natural Bridge, Yoho National Park.

You don't need to go out of this world to walk on another world.

A photo posted by Stevin Tuchiwsky (@stevint) on

9. Scott Sporleder flies his drone over Buxton, North Carolina.

The tire track tree of life. #obx #travelstoke

A photo posted by Scott Sporleder (@spoart) on

10. Stuart Laing captures the magnitude of Sgòr Gaoith, Scotland.

11. Ananya Ray explores sweeping dunes in Sossusvlei, Namibia.

Sand dunes are best to make your own trail because no one trail will ever be the same. #ananyagoestoafrica

A photo posted by ananya ray (@ananya.ray) on

12. Joonas Linkold shot this picture of serenity at Hartola, Finland.

She's enjoing the serenity.

A photo posted by Joonas Linkola (@joonaslinkola) on

13. Bloggers Anton and Monika trek Ausangate, Peru.