Kansas August 08, 2015
15 Amazing Places In Kansas That Are A Photo-Taking Paradise
Let’s face it: Kansas is a gorgeous state. However, these 15 amazing places are the cream of the crop when it comes to beautiful photography–let’s check them out!
1.) Monument Rocks (Grinnell)
These stunning chalk formations are an unexpected delight to both beginning and professional photographers alike.
2.) Keeper of the Plains (Wichita)
Spectacular photo opportunities await you (and your camera) when the brave Keeper lights up the night.
3.) Mushroom Rock State Park (Brookville)
Beautiful sandstone concretions await you at this Smoky Hills landmark.
4.) Elk Falls
Don't go chasing waterfalls -- unless, of course, you're taking pictures of elegant Elk Falls.
5.) Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve (Strong City)
A various array of grasses and shrubs make for a lovely photo op.
6.) Maxwell Wildlife Refuge (Canton)
If photographing wildlife is your niche, Maxwell Refuge is your place.
7.) Arikaree Breaks (Cheyenne County)
The miles-wide breaks and native shrubbery are a favorite to many -- and I can see why!
8.) Gypsum Hills (Medicine Lodge)
No caption needed.
9.) Cheyenne Bottoms Preserve (Great Bend)
Cheyenne Bottoms is another excellent spot for photographing wildlife..
10.) Quivira National Wildlife Refuge (Raymond)
...as is Quivira!
Lindsborg is a charming, colorful town that is as fun to capture as it is to explore.
12.) Botanica (Wichita)
Is this real life?
13.) Cimarron National Grassland (Elkhart)
Much like the Tallgrass Prairie, Cimarron is full of lush fields, colorful trees, and native wildflowers.
14.) Flint Hills
No matter where you are in the Hills, you're guaranteed an epic picture!
15.) St. Fidelis Basilica (Victoria)
Kansas is home to several incredible churches and cathedrals, but my personal favorite is St. Fidelis. (I love the stained glass, marble, and stunning art.)
Where is your favorite place to photograph in Kansas?