Best Photo Spots in Maryland

Cascade Falls

This is a piece of nature so you can bring whatever you want (multiple cameras, tripods, etc.). There are multiple vantage points of the falls, which can be seen by climbing in/on/around rocks, trees, etc. The Falls are beautiful any time of year, however Autumn and snow on the ground…

Patuxent Research Refuge

Patuxent Research Refuge is a great place to view wildlife and especially birding. I saw a flock of blue herons just whiz by. Unfortunately I couldn’t capture any of them because I did not have a telephoto lens then. Tripods are allowed and encouraged. Many of the best photo spots…

Sugarloaf Mountain

If you plan on hiking to the summit before opening hours or after closing hours, you should park your car outside the gates of the main entrance. Otherwise your car might get locked in. You can obtain a map of the mountain and all trails at the entrance free of…

Sandy Point State Park

The DMV area is not exactly known for being a very photogenic region in general but this place is great for viewing sunrise. You can also see the golden sunlight hit the Bay Bridge, making it almost look attractive. For sunrise photos, I would get here at around 5 A.M.…

Baltimore Inner Harbor

The Inner Harbor in Baltimore is the revamped family friendly corner of Charm City. The area offers a world class aquarium, restaurants and an incredible view. The top image was captured at dusk mid-summer just as the street/building lights were turning on. The area it was captured did not allow…