Best Photo Spots in United States - Page 7

Wildlife in Yellowstone National Park

Drive through the Grand loop area you will be able to spot Deer, Elk, Bear, Bison, Wolf etc., along the road. Best time of the day is early morning as the crowd along the roads are less and you can spot more wildlife than later in the day. Always maintain...

Sugarloaf Mountains

To get to location you might need 4WD but it is not a must. You can drive to most spots on a coupe which is what I did. Several camping locations around this area which is free and first come first serve. Being close to Boulder light pollution isn't really...

Lewis Falls

This location in Yellowstone is very least photographed unless you get into the park from South entrance. It is out of the way from Grand Loop road for people driving from other entrances to miss this spot. (more…)

Grand Canyon of Yellowstone – Lower Falls

This is one of the popular destinations to photograph the lower falls and its colorful rock formations. Best time to photograph is sunrise as you get the rainbow from the falls. Yellowstone has abundant wildlife, be careful of your surroundings if you are alone, always carry bear spray with you...

Japanese Garden

The Japanese Garden in Portland, OR is set in a beautiful park, adjacent to the Portland Rose Garden. Famous for a spectacular, and deceptively small Japanese maple tree, it actually has a lot more to offer. Get there at opening.

Yosemite Valley

Yosemite is one of the original national parks, and is really the birthplace of modern landscape photography. It's hard to take a bad landscape picture in the valley, but because it's so popular it's also hard to take a truly standout shot. Any season will yield good photos, but the...

Mammoth Lakes and Devils Postpile National Monument

Rainbow Falls is a short hike in the Devils Postpile National Monument in Mammoth Lakes, CA. Although the area around the falls has been severely burnt, there was still plenty of water in the falls in late May. (more…)

Kilauea Volcano

The volcano was in a "glowing" phase, enough to illuminate the steam clouds rising from the crater. It was a lucky guess to get up early and have a clear morning to get this shot, and to have part of the Milky Way. (more…)

Beach Front, Ocean Springs

Ocean Springs was badly damaged during Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Many old fishing piers that were damaged during the storm have not been replaced. These old piers make wonderful photographic subjects. The beach runs, for the most part, in an east-west direction. Although it is not possible to get shots...