CO Posted in Colorado August 04, 2015 by Annie 13 Amazing Places In Colorado That Are A Photo-Taking Paradise Let’s face it: Everywhere you look in Colorado is pretty picturesque. However, these 13 amazing places are the cream of the crop when it comes to beautiful photography–let’s check them out! 1.) Dallas Divide (Ouray) Flickr/Pat Gaines The Divide is a photographer's paradise with its vast array of settings, including rolling hills, jagged peaks, ranches and colorful trees galore (pictured). 2.) Great Sand Dunes Flickr/daveynin With its Rocky Mountain background and sandy hills, the Great Sand Dunes offers photo opportunities unlike any other. 3.) Garden of the Gods (Colorado Springs) Flickr/mark byzewski Spectacular red rock formations in a forest setting = pure perfection. 4.) City Park (Denver) Flickr/Kari What makes this shot so unique? The pretty park in the front, LoDo view in the center and Rockies in the back! 5.) Hanging Lake (Glenwood Springs) Flickr/Zach Dischner Hanging Lake is a nature photographer's dream come true with its mossy mountainside, cascading waterfall and narrow trail. 6.) Cliff Palace (Mesa Verde National Park) Flickr/Jacqueline Poggi The historic dwellings offer one-of-a-kind photo opportunities for beginners and experts alike! 7.) Maroon Bells (Aspen) Flickr/Dhaval Shreyas This picture speaks for itself. 8.) The Crystal Mill (Marble) Flickr/Dave Soldano The old 1917 Mill is a beautiful, yet eerie shot that should be captured by every photographer. 9.) Kebler Pass (Crested Butte) Flickr/David Kingham It doesn't get anymore colorful than Kebler! 10.) Last Dollar Road (Telluride) Flickr/Sandy Horvath-Dori When it comes to outdoor pictures, nothing beats a windy, tree-lined dirt road. 11.) Handies Peak (Lake City) Flickr/Bureau of Land Management Is this real life? 12.) Dinosaur National Monument (Moffat County) Wikimedia Commons The steep canyons at DNM make for the perfect subject for any picture. 13.) Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge (Commerce City) Flickr/Bryce Bradford If photographing majestic animals is your niche, Rocky Mountain Arsenal is your place! What is your favorite place to photograph?