Washington January 30, 2016
These 15 Breathtaking Views In Washington Could Be Straight Out Of The Movies
Washington has breathtaking views everywhere. From our snowy mountains to iconic bridges, our state is full of film-worthy scenes. Check out these 15 spectacular shots in the Northwest that could have come straight off the big screen:
1. From this mesmerizing view, you can see Highway 20 East, just beyond Washington Pass around sunset.
2. A shot of Mount Rainier from above the clouds could make a compelling intro for any feature film.
3. Not only does Stadium High School in Tacoma look like Hogwarts, but scenes from the movie "10 Things I Hate About You" were actually filmed here.
4. This dark photo of Ruby Beach after hours looks like it came straight out of a horror story.
5. Here's a cinematic view of Gibraltar Rock – a popular climbing route up Mount Rainier.
6. A gripping shot of Cape Disappointment Lighthouse, captured by the mouth of the Columbia River.
7. This aerial perspective of Palouse Falls could also make for a captivating movie intro.
8. This charming rural scene was captured along the road near LaCrosse in Eastern Washington.
9. From a distance, the Yakima River Canyon Scenic Byway would make an epic background to roll credits over.
10. Sleepless in Seattle - as seen from Jose Rizal Park.
11. Deception Pass Bridge emerging from the fog looks like it would be in some sort of thriller.
12. An adventurous scene captured by the Carbon River Footbridge in Mount Rainier National Park.
13. Tipsoo Meadow looks like a magical fairy tale setting from this perspective.
14. This enchanting photo shows Iron Creek Falls in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. The dazzling waterfall drops down over a basalt rock ledge into a bright teal pool.
15. The refreshing seaside view at Second Beach would look amazing on the big screen, but wait until you see it in person.
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