Top Places in the United States to Photograph

As some of you know, I’ve spent the last several years as a travel nurse, in the United States. I have worked in Miami, Houston, Alaska, Portland and Seattle, taking long road trips to each assignment. As you also might know, I love to play around with my amateur photography skills. So, here is a list of my favorite places this far, to photograph in the United States. 

1. Antelope Canyon, Arizona

2. Waimea Canyon, Kauai

3. Northern Lights in Denali NP, Alaska

4. Kalalau Beach, Kauai

5. Bryce Canyon NP, Utah

6. Mount Juneau Summit, Alaska

7. Crater Lake NP, Oregon

8. The Wave, Arizona

9. Havasu Falls, Arizona

10. Kanarraville Falls, Utah

11. Diablo Lake, Washington

12. Mooney Falls, Arizona

13. Horseshoe Bend, Arizona

14. Mount Baker, Washington

15. Dry Tortuga NP, Florida 

16. Sunsets at Grand Canyon, Arizona

17. Joshua Tree, California 

18. San Francisco Bridge, California 

19. Oregon Coast

20. Palouse Falls, Washington

21. Spooky & Peekaboo Slot Canyons, Arizona

22. Diamond Head Summit, Oahu

23. Rattlesnake Ledge, Washington 

24. Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada

25. Buckhorn Mountain Summit, Washington 

26. Seattle Skyline

27. Biscayne NP, Florida 

28. Na Pali Coast, Kauai

29. Mount Rainier, Washington 

30.  Death Valley NP, Nevada

Although I could go on for awhile on my favorite photographed places in the United States, these are 30 of my favorite places so far! 

4 thoughts on “Top Places in the United States to Photograph

  1. Phenomenal photography !!! The pictures inspire one to visit, as well as appreciate the natural wonders of our universe. We should also want to preserve these natural enclaves, and not have them polluted or destroyed by non-environmentalists.

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  2. Lovely collection! I’ll have most of these up on my blog this year – looking forward to it and what you’ve shared is fueling the excitement! I’m sure you’ll pick up a few more great spots on the PCT!! Keep on going – love your stuff!

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