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America's Most Photogenic Places

After several months long road trips across the varied landscape of America, here are a few of the most photogenic places in the nation with a few photography tips to get you photographs worth traveling for!
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Travel to Alaska

Travel to Alaska, the largest US state, with the help of this useful travel guide.

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Top 10 experiences on Hawaii's Big Island

Finding flowing lava in the park is very hit or miss. While Kilauea has been erupting for decades, lava isn't always at the surface. Sometimes it goes directly into the ocean and creates a giant steam plume. If you get lucky, you might even get to see a rare lavalfall!

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Rocky Mountain National Park

The Rocky Mountains are the most spectacular mountains in US outside of Alaska. The best place to photograph them is in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. The best time of year would be in the fall to capture the full colors of the aspen trees.

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Redwood National Park, California

There is nothing on Earth like the giant redwood trees. Photographing them can be difficult as it is hard to get an entire tree in your camera. Try to take photos of the trees, or the base of the tree with something in the image to show a sense of scale. A person, a vehicle or something people can relate to will show just how large the trees are.

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Yosemite Falls in Yosemite National Park, California

Yosemite is a great place to visit any time of year. However, I find the best time to visit is in the late spring, around early to mid May. At time time you will avoid the crowds of summer, but will still see the waterfalls at their peak. Come October many of the waterfalls are dry until the snow starts to melt again in the spring.

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Daily Travel Photo - Olympic National Park, Washington

The most unique part of the park is the western side which faces the Pacific. There you will find the lush mosses that cover the trees. This part of the park is actually a temperate rainforest, one of the few in the world.

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North American National Park #25: Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota

The north woods of Minnesota, along the Canadian border is the home of Voyageurs National Park. The boundary water area is home to some of the best canoeing and fishing in the country. Here one of the best spots in the US to photograph bald eagles and capture lake sunsets.

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Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

Most people think this is part of the National Parks System, but it isn't. It is actually a Navajo park. Monument Valley was the backdrop to dozens of western movies. In fact, director John Ford use it so often, there is a place named after him call John Ford point. I highly recommend getting out of parking lot and taking a road tour of the area which has dozens of stunning features.

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Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park in Maine is the greatest national park in the eastern United States. Located on the shores of the Atlantic, here you can get a feel for life on the east coast and capture one of the nation's first sunrises.

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North American National Park #14: Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico

Probably the most beautiful cave in the United States, the stalagmites and stalactites are lit up to enhance their beauty. Unlike most other caves in the National Park System, you are allowed to bring a tripod into Carlsbad Caverns. Make sure you do so, to take the best photos possible in low light.

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North American National Park #14: Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico

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