Monday, August 15, 2016

10 of America's most photogenic places


Everyone has different tastes, as diverse as history, nature, science, art, and entertainment. Fortunately, America offers iconic locales that have something for everyone. Here are 10 of the most interesting places and have great spot for take a photo in America:

Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona



The Grand Canyon should be on everyone's list of places to visit. It is hard to take a bad photo of the Grand Canyon. Most people visit the South Rim of the canyon, but consider visiting the North or East rims as well. For the more adventurous, also consider rafting down the Colorado River or hiking to the canyon floor.

The Golden Gate Bridge, 



Which connects the city of San Francisco with Marin County, is named after the Golden Gate Strait. The strait is the entrance to San Francisco Bay from the Pacific Ocean.

Yosemite National Park in California



Recommended go there in early to mid-May, avoiding the summer crowds, but still witnessing the waterfalls at their peak.

Theodore Roosevelt National Park


Theodore Roosevelt National Park manages a herd of about 100 feral horses, visitors can experience the badlands as it was when Theodore Roosevelt visited for the first time in 1883.

Glacier National Park in Montana




You shouldn't miss driving the Going-to-the-Sun Road, a 50-mile road which crosses the park from the borders of its east to west entrances.

Lower Antelope Canyon, Arizona




Get to Arizona's Antelope Canyon when the sun is at its highest.

Monument Valley, Utah




Utah's Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, which is part of the Navajo Nation's parks and recreation system, has been a backdrop for countless Western movies.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park


The most popular national park in the United States, Great Smoky Mountains National Park hosted more than 9 million visitors in 2013. The park straddles Tennessee and North Carolina.

Millennium Park, Chicago – Chicago's 



Millennium Park features cutting edge architecture and art, including Cloud Gate, shown here, which is British artist Anish Kapoor's first public outdoor work in the United States.

Skagway, Alaska



Skagway in Alaska was the starting point for the Klondike gold rush, which is why it swells in the summer months with cruise ship passengers. Book a trip on the White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad to travel the same route prospectors took to get to the Yukon.

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