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Top 10 USA Photography Destinations for Summer 2019

It’s now officially summer. The weather is warm and the opportunity is hot for travel and photographing some of the best places this country has to offer. There are countless destinations to visit and photograph, but some destinations stand out over others, as premiere hubs for adventure.

Here are the top ten USA photography destinations for summer 2019, all of which offer some of the best locations for photography. Continue at Source: Top 10 USA Photography Destinations for Summer 2019

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50 best campsites across 50 states in America

From Alabama to Wyoming, here are the top-rated campsites in every US state, based on ratings from Yelp and TripAdvisor.

If baseball is America’s pastime, camping might as well be runner-up. For nature-lovers, nothing compares to stargazing in the forest, making s’mores, and exploring beautiful parks and trails — whether alone or with friends and family.

In order to make your next outdoor adventure one for the books, we’ve compiled a list of top-rated campsites in every state, based on ratings from Yelp and TripAdvisor. From highly acclaimed national parks to hidden gems local campers love, the US is home to a variety of campsites that offer experiences for everyone.

Keep reading to discover the best camping spot in each state. Continue at Source: The best campsite in every state

10 Gorgeous Craft Breweries Every Booze Lover Should Visit

Beer is a staple indulgence that is old as time itself. Craft brews, however, are a relatively new concept. Craft beers are typically defined as small and independent brewers that distribute their beer on a local scale. Craft beers are said to be cooked with more attention to detail and flavor than your standard Bud Light, which is why the craft beer craze has been ongoing.

Craft breweries are popping up not only in the U.S., but around the world. It’s proven itself to be an advantageous and delicious expedition that beer enthusiasts can’t get enough of. Some dedicated brewers take their crafting adventures further than just the beer glass and label, however. The following companies are using their ornate crafting abilities to turn their breweries into works of art on par with the beers that they serve. Check out these ten gorgeous craft breweries that every booze lover should visit. Continue at Source: 10 Gorgeous Craft Breweries Every Booze Lover Should Visit

5 Australia’s best photo locations – Australian Photography

Photographer Clement Breuille shares his favourite Australian landscape photo locations.

Australia is a photographer’s dream. The country doesn’t fall short of iconic landmarks and pit stops that entice photo enthusiasts from across the globe.

The country is home to some of the world’s most iconic landmarks, alongside hidden gems located in Australia’s less visited but equally stunning locations. But in order to capture all the beauty that Australia has to offer, you want to make sure you’re equipped with the right toolset.

Here’s my top five suggestions on where to visit and what to bring: Continue at Source: Australia’s five best photo locations – Australian Photography

12 of Grand Canyon’s Most Amazing Photos And Experts’ Tips of How to Take Them

A winter storm races across the Grand Canyon below the South Rim’s Yavapai Point. PHOTOGRAPH BY ADAM SCHALLAU

Get five expert tips from a canyon-lover who’s been photographing the landscape for over a decade.

“You can’t capture the essence of the Grand Canyon in a single photo,” says Adam Schallau.

21 Breathtaking Photos from Winners of the 2019 National Geographic Travel Photo Contest

Photo and Caption by CHU WEIMIN / 2019 NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC TRAVEL PHOTO CONTEST

National Geographic has unveiled the grand prize winner of the 2019 Travel Photo Contest

Chosen from thousands of entries, National Geographic has unveiled the grand prize winner of the 2019 Travel Photo Contest. Weimin Chu’s winning photo, “Winter in Greenland” depicts the fishing village of Upernavik in northwestern Greenland. Historically, Greenlandic buildings were painted multiple colors to indicate different functions, from red storefronts to blue fishermen’s homes—a useful distinction when the landscape is blanketed in snow. Today, colorful homes still dot the snowy landscape. Continue at Source: The Amazing Winners of the 2019 National Geographic Travel Photo Contest