Landscape Photography

Bryce National Park (UT, United States) is a unique national park due to geological structures created by stream erosion called hoodoos. The red, orange, and white colors of the rocks provide incredible views for landscape photography.

Grand Canyon National Park (AZ, United States) harbors a great gorge of the Colorado River, which is considered one of the Wonders of the World. The Grand Canyon is a must for landscape photography.

Arches National Park (UT, United States) is located near to the Colorado River and contains more than 2,000 natural sandstone arches as well as unique geological resources. This national park harbors the highest density of natural arches in the world. You can enjoy the trails while practicing landscape photography.

Zion National Park (UT, United States) is located at the juction of the Colorado Plateau, Mojave Desert and Great Basin. The park has unique geography including mountains, canyons, mesas, monoliths and rivers, as well as a great variety of plants and animals, including almost 300 bird’s species, 75 mammal’s species and 32 reptiles distrubuted in the four life zones: desert, riparian, woodland and coniferous forest. On top of that, Zion contains some of the most exciting (and dangerous) hiking trails such as the angels landing or the narrows, with part of the trail walking upstream of the Virgin River.

Acadia National Park  (ME, United States) is comprised of a cluster of islands along the jagged Maine coast and a section of the mainland on the Schoodic Peninsula. Its landscape is marked by woodland, lakes, rocky beaches, and glacier-scoured granite mountains such as Cadillac Mountain, the highest point on the Atlantic coast of the United States.