Five Southern Living staffers rounded up their favorite Southern Instagrams and explained why they're worth the follow. Follow them, and let us know your favorite Instagrammers!

1. Sean Brock, executive chef at Husk

"Of course he takes pictures of BBQ pig tails and stone crab with fennel jelly, but he also has great 'grams of blues album covers, livestock and bourbon – another kind of Southern trinity. He's also joined in on the #thingsthatlooklikefaces bandwagon." -Hannah Hayes, assistant food editor

2. Bryan Tarnowski, photographer

"Bryan's photography always seems to document something important, specifically focusing on social issues. His journalistic approach makes me feel like I'm standing right next to him while he's shooting. I particularly like his images of the bayou in New Orleans." -Chris Ellenbogen, photo coordinator

3. Andi Nickens, designer and blogger

"I love New Orleans so much, and I feel like I can live there vicariously through her. Andi's got a great eye, as well as an equally talented and interesting group of friends that make for a really vibrant account with plenty of NOLA soul." -Stephanie Granada, style editor

4. One Sheepish Girl, writer and blogger

"I could get lost for hours in the world of One Sheepish Girl. Her collection of moments are clean and uncomplicated with an elegance that makes me want to sit up just a little bit straighter—pinky-poking meets a porch swing. Her beautifully styled shots are fodder for a simple girl's dreams." -Lacy Morris, assistant travel + culture editor

5. Michelle Nussbaumer, designer

"I love seeing her jet set adventures and how she brings them alive in her colorful interiors back in Texas." -Zoe Gowen, senior homes editor