Inside story: America’s greatest landscapes in all their glory on U.S. Department of the Interior‘s stunning Instagram account
By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 13 July 2013
The images come from photographers around the country who have captured moments in time in public lands, such as national parks, to dramatic effect. The account has also captured 30,000 followers with its depictions of U.S. natural beauty.
The Department of the Interior is charged with managing America’s vast natural and cultural resources, and employs about 70,000 people around the country to do just that. Under the umbrella of the Department are the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Below are 21 of the most beautiful shots to grace the Department’s Instagram page since it was begun about a year ago. Follow the Department of the Interior for more amazing pictures from around the country.
Exploring: A hiker (right) explores Buckskin Gulch in Utah, while (right) a climber scales the Shark’s Fin in the Alabama Hills Recreating Area in California
Wonder: Avalanche Lake (left) in Glacier National Park, Montana, and (right) the June 2013 ‘supermoon’ as seen from Arches National Park, Utah
Dusk til dawn: A fisherman (left) on the Cape Hatteras National Seashore in North Carolina at sunset and (right) the early morning fog at the Colorado National Monument
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