Mother Nature wasn’t shy when she blessed America with some of the best scenic views, from magical desert areas to barrier islands. You might even go as far as to say she outdid herself and went overboard.
Spanning 1.2 million acres, Ozark National Forest has abundant natural beauty, including rivers, waterfalls, bluffs, mountains, and one-of-a-kind rock formations. The best picturesque spots in Ozark National Forest are King River Falls, Glory Hole Falls, and Whitaker Point.
With its stunning beauty, Antelope Canyon is one of the most desired destinations to visit and capture memories on film. If you visit during the middle of the day, you can take a gorgeous photo of the light cutting through the canyon, brightening its sandstone walls.
Known for its landscape and remote location, Toadstool Geologic Park in Nebraska is the perfect spot to take selfies without embarrassment from other travelers hovering around. You’ll never believe the scenes like this in a place like Nebraska, which is generally known for its cornfields and plains.
This 800,000-acre National Park is filled with rivers, deserts, and mountains, so where should we begin?! Situated in the southwestern corner of Texas, this scenic hot spot has a gorgeous mountain range, perfect for outdoor enthusiasts and photographers.
Brooklyn Bridge Park is one of the younger areas of New York City and is a modern park mainly visited by millennials. The park is situated on the Brooklyn side of the bridge and provides an abundance of views of Manhattan, along with activities such as kayaking, hiking, and biking.
As one of the largest parks in the United States, there are plenty of spots to capture photos. While you’re on your adventure, you might be able to capture a distant selfie with a manatee, crocodile, or panther.