Best of #Musement on Instagram in May

Best of #Musement on Instagram in May

Here’s a look at where in the world our Instagram community traveled this month.

It’s been a wintry spring for many of us. The age-old April showers didn’t bring May flowers…instead they gave way to more showers and unseasonably cool climes. Yet our good old wonderful world was no less gorgeously glorious or exquisitely explorable. And to eschew the gloomy forecasts, what could be more alluring than getting out of your environs? Even if it’s unseasonably unappealing elsewhere, you’re still exploring somewhere new which is uplifting. And that seems to be just what our community did!

Big thanks to everyone who shared their splendid photos! Don’t forget to tag #Musement on both your local adventures and distant travels for the chance to be featured. In no particular order, here are ten of our favorite Instagram pictures from March.

1. London

Kaleidoscopic balloon display brightening up a lovely London corner. Photo: @sjkengstrom

2. Calderón Hondo

Ethereal landscape on the Calderón Hondo volcano in Fuerteventura. Photo:@miklavcsimona

3. Jordan

Snaps from a mesmerizing desert safari in Jordan’s Wadi Rum Desert. Photo: @fantasiediviaggio

4. Rio de Janeiro

The playful geometry of the Praia De Icaraí in Niterói in Rio de Janeiro. Photo: @superchouette

5. Florence

A dainty streetscape in the Renaissance gem of Florence. Photo: @andrewjacobz

6. Machu Pichu

Overlooking one of the wonders of the world: the Incan ruins of Machu Pichu. Photo: @bellemottaontrip

7. Strasbourg

Strasbourg looking as storybook perfect as ever. Photo: @travelwith_abe

8. Erg Chebbi

Trekking through one of Morocco’s most famous desert landscapes, the Erg Chebbi, accessible from the city of Merzouga. Photo: @liunor_tripping

9. Lago di Morasco

Imposing yet alluring Alpine landscapes at Lago di Morasco, a northern Italian lake just footsteps from the Swiss border. Photo: @mabogiu

10. Barcelona

Inside Palau Güell one of many masterpieces of Antoni Gaudí who has left a distinct mark on the Catalan capital. Photo: @nick_cad

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