Rex Jones's picture

What's your favorite local landscape?

I think that most of us probably have at least one place in mind that we can go to for some landscape exploration and photographing. For me, in Southern Utah, that place is Zion National Park. I live about 45 minutes away from the park and so it is frequently a go-to spot for my weekend adventures.

I would love to hear from you. What are some of your favorite places, local to you, to go hiking/photographing/exploring?

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Stuart Gordon's picture

My "go-to" local landscape location is Sparks Lake. I've never been disappointed by that place, and it's a mere 30 minutes from my home in central Oregon.

Rex Jones's picture

I love it! Oregon is at the top of my list of places to visit. I can't wait to go see some of these views in person! These shots of yours are phenomenal!!

Stuart Gordon's picture

Thanks, Rex. Check before coming to make sure our wildfires are out because for the entire summer we've been socked in by smoke from wildfires from throughout the Pacific Northwest and Canada. I have not been able to go out on a photoshoot all summer but for one productive trip to the Oregon coast.

chris bryant's picture

About an hour away is Pen y Fal and the Brecon Beacons.

Shintaro Maeda's picture

A field just a few min drive away in Kansas from my house. For the two weeks that the sunflowers bloom, it is a breathtaking place to be.

Jorge Canelas's picture

Hello, I live in Portugal and it is not my "Go to" place, but definitely I will visit it more times, this was my first visit in this past weekend :)

Andrew Smith's picture

I live in the mountains of North Georgia. All I have to do is look around, and I have an amazing scene.