Author: Marc

New Zealand Landscape Photos by Bryan Maltais

Bryan Maltais, a landscape photographer based in Colorado, recently spent 2.5 months exploring and photographing the amazing landscape of New Zealand. Bryan said, “This amount of time allowed me to dig into certain areas and wait for just the right weather and light. And that’s a good thing because the Spring weather during my mid October through December stay was challenging nearly every day.”

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Horseshoe Bend (Arizona)

There is no shortage of amazing places to photograph in the southwestern United States, and Horseshoe bend is a favorite of many. Near the town of Page, Arizona the Colorado River bends in the shape of a horseshoe, surrounded by impressive 1,000-foot cliffs. The area is part of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and is well worth visiting.

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Pinnacle Overlook on the Susquehanna River (Pennsylvania)

One of my favorite places to photograph in the area of southern Pennsylvania where I live is Pinnacle Overlook. The overlook is managed as part of Susquehannock State Park, although it is separated from the main body of the park by a few miles. Pinnacle Overlook provides an excellent view of the Susquehanna River from 380 feet above the river. In my opinion, it is one of the best places to photograph in Pennsylvania.

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Photos of Big Bend National Park, Texas

Big Bend National Park features a rugged landscape in a remote location. The park lies in Texas along the Rio Grande. Due to its remote location in the Chihuahuan Desert far from any major cities, Big Bend is among the least-visited national parks in the lower 48 states. Although it takes a little bit of effort to make it to Big Bend, the rewards include an outstanding, unique landscape, as well as wildlife.

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20 Surreal Landscapes Around the World

In a recent article we showcased surreal landscapes in the United States, and today we’re extending that to showcase amazing and surreal destinations in other parts of the world. If you’re looking for dream destinations for landscape photography this list should provide plenty of possibilities.

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Photographing Mill Creek Falls (Pennsylvania)

There are at least two waterfalls in Pennsylvania named Mill Creek Falls, but the one covered in this article is located in southern York County, just a short distance from northern Maryland. While it is not as well known as some other waterfalls in Pennsylvania (like the falls at Ricketts Glen State Park, Bushkill Falls, or the Delaware Water Gap), it is extremely picturesque.

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