Author: Marc

Photographer’s Guide to Ricketts Glen State Park (Pennsylvania)

Ricketts Glen State Park in northeastern Pennsylvania is well known for its waterfalls. The park is home to 24 named waterfalls. Most of the waterfalls (21 of them) are visible from a loop trail that is roughly 5 miles long. Another major waterfall is easily accessible from a parking lot. With that many waterfalls in a small area, as you can imagine, Ricketts Glen is very popular with hikers and photographers. This page will serve as a guide to show you what Ricketts Glen has to offer, and to help you plan and prepare if you will be visiting. I’ll...

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Photography Guide to Scott’s Run Nature Preserve (Virginia)

Washington DC offers photographers plenty of great options for photography. But if you find yourself wanting to get out of the city and to experience nature, you may be surprised that you don’t need to travel very far. Scott’s Run Nature Preserve is a 300+ acre woodland in McLean (Fairfax County), Virginia. It borders the Potomac River just a very short distance from the nation’s capitol.

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The Best Places to Photograph in the Northwest Territories, Canada

The Northwest Territories are bordered by Nunavut to the east and Yukon to the west. If you want to see a photograph remotes landscapes, this is a perfect location. Northwest Territories offers  rugged landscape, wildlife, and plenty of adventure. There are several national parks, although most of them are remote and access is not easy. On this page you’ll find information about some of the best places to photograph in Northwest Territories. The interactive map below shows the locations mentioned on this page. If you have suggestions of other places that you think should be included please feel free...

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