Photos of Tourist (38)
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#113 — A fantastic photo of the Snoqualmie Falls, which is located in Snoqualmie, Washington. This photo was taken on a cloudy day, but it has been digitally altered using Adobe Photoshop to put blue sky in the background to make it look like it was a sunny day.
Clouds & Waterfall
#2351 — A scenic picture taken of the blue waters of Crater Lake and Wizard Island. This photo was taken on a sunny summer day.
Crater Lake & Wizard Island
#2353 — A scenic picture taken of the sun setting at Crater Lake National Park in Oregon. In this photo you can see the orange sky from the sunset and the silhouette of the mountains surrounding the lake.
Crater Lake Sunset
#2350 — A scenic picture taken of the sunset located at Crater Lake National Park in Oregon. In this picture you can see the orange sky of the sunset and the black silhouette of the mountains surrounding the lake.
Crater Lake Sunset Silhouette
#2327 — A scenic picture taken of the Grand Canyon during March of 2010 when snow is still seen at the top. Green trees are seen in front of the snow and blue sky is above.
Grand Canyon Snow and View
#2326 — A scenic picture taken of the Grand Canyon from the South Rim during March of 2010. Green trees can be seen in the foreground and blue sky is above.
Grand Canyon View
Yosemite National Park
#1406 — A scenic picture taken of El Capitan and a seasonal waterfall located to the left of the big granite rock structure location in Yosemite Valley. This picture was taken in the late spring on a sunny day with green trees seen below. El Capitan is claimed to be the largest single monolith of granite in the world.
Seasonal Waterfall & El Capitan
#2355 — A scenic close up vertical picture take of the North Head Lighthouse near Illwaco, Washington and Cape Disappointment, Washington. You can see the half-full moon in the sky beyond the lighthouse.
North Head Lighthouse & Moon
#927 — A scenic picture taken of the North Head Lighthouse at sunset with the Pacific Ocean seen in the background. The lighthouse is seen on the left side of the photo.
North Head Lighthouse & Ocean
#111 — A fantastic photo of the Snoqualmie Falls, which is located in Snoqualmie, Washington. This waterfall is an historic site in the state of Washington. Snoqualmie Falls is one of Washington state's most popular scenic attractions. More than 1.5 million visitors come to the Falls every year. In this photo blue sky is seen above the falls.
Snoqualmie Falls Waterfall
#112 — A fantastic vertical photo of the Snoqualmie Falls, which is located in Snoqualmie, Washington. This is about 30 minutes from Seattle. This waterfall is an historic site in the state of Washington. Snoqualmie Falls is one of Washington state's most popular scenic attractions. More than 1.5 million visitors come to the Falls every year.
Tall Snoqualmie Falls in Washington
#1387 — A close up photo of the large water flow coming out of the Snoqualmie Falls waterfall located in western Washington.
Snoqualmie Falls Waterfall Large Flow
#2316 — A scenic vertical picture taken of Snoqualmie Falls during the summer season. This photo was taken in July of 2010. The water flow of the falls is pretty big in this photo. This photo was taken at the overlook viewpoint at the top of the walkway.
Snoqualmie Falls, June 2010
#2317 — A scenic picture taken of Snoqualmie Falls located in Washington State. This photo was taken during the summer season.
Snoqualmie Falls, Washington
#2241 — A scenic picture taken of the downtown Sedona area in Arizona with red rocks seen in the background. This photo was taken on a sunny day with blue sky seen in the background. People are out on the streets enjoying the downtown.
Downtown Sedona & Red Rocks
#2284 — A scenic picture taken in Sedona, Arizona of the red rock hills and some houses on a hill. Some snow is visible on top of the red rock hill.
Sedona Red Rock & Houses on Hill
#263 — This is a photo taken of the many boats and sailboats parked in front of the ocean on the shore of Santa Barbara located in Southern California. This photo was taken on a beautiful sunny day and you can see the Santa Barbara mountains in the background behind the boats.
Boats of Santa Barbara, California
Golden Gate Bridge
#485 — A scenic picture taken of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California with Alcatraz prison visible on the left upper corner of the picture and some yellow flowers in the foreground. The Golden Gate Bridge is a historic symbol that represents the city of San Francisco.
Alcatraz & Golden Gate Bridge
#388 — A scenic picture of the famous Los Angeles landmark, the Hollywood sign. This sign is located on the hills just north of the Hollywood strip and was taking with a scenic white, pointy house in the foreground. The Hollywood Sign originally said "Hollywoodland" in 1923 before it was shortened in 1945. The Hollywood Sign is the most famous sign in the world. It is located on Mount Lee in Griffith Park overlooking the city of Hollywood. It's illegal to hike to the Hollywood Sign, but there are many good vantage points from the streets of Hollywood. The Sign is a trademark of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. The Sign was declared Los Angeles Cultural-Historical Monument #111 in 1973 by the Cultural Heritage Board of the City of Los Angeles.
Hollywood Sign & Scenic House
#404 — This is a scenic picture taken of Lombard Street which is located in downtown San Francisco, California. Lombard Street is a major east to west street that crosses the entire city of San Francisco. It is best known for one block on Russian Hill between Hyde and Leavenworth Streets, with eight sharp turns (or switchbacks) that have earned the street the distinction of being the most crooked (winding) street in the United States. One of San Francisco's car lines stops at the top of this block. The crooked section of the street is reserved for one way traffic traveling east (downhill), and is paved with bricks. The section was built in 1923 to accommodate the steepness of the slope of the hill. The road is surrounded with beautiful shrubs and flowers and stunning bay views that draw in
s day after day. From the top of the hill you will see amazing views of the bay such as Telegraph Hill and North Beach.
Lombard Street, San Francisco
#599 — A scenic picture taken of the city of San Franicsco, California. In this picture you can almost see all that San Francisco has to offer all at once. In the back right you can see the famous Alcatraz Island, the middle left floats the Balclutha, in the middle bottom is a famous San Francisco cable car cpming up Hyde Street, and you can see many sailboats floating in the bay.
San Francisco Bay
#430 — A scenic picture taken of the crookedest street in the U.S. which is also more commonly known as Lombard Street. Lombard Street is located in downtown San Francisco, California. Lombard Street is a major east to west street that crosses the entire city of San Francisco. It is best known for one block on Russian Hill between Hyde and Leavenworth Streets, with eight sharp turns (or switchbacks) that have earned the street the distinction of being the most crooked (winding) street in the United States. Lombard Street is a major
's attraction of San Francisco.
San Francisco's Lombard Street
#487 — A close up picture taken of a San Francisco Cable Car which makes its way up Powell and Hyde St. San Francisco's cable cars are unique in that they are the only street railway in which the cars do not operate under their own power. Instead, the cars are propelled mechanically, by "gripping" a continuously moving steel cable which runs in a conduit underneath a slot between the rails. The cable is kept in motion by an engine in a centrally-located powerhouse. The cable car system was developed in San Francisco because of a guy named Andrew Hallidie whom in 1869 witnessed a horse-car accident and wanted to develop a cable railway to stop such accidents. In 1873 HGallidie tested the first cable car system near the top of Nob HIll at Clay and Jones Streets. Ever since this date the Cable Car system kept growing and became one of the symbols of San Francisco.
Cable Car, Powell & Hyde Sts.
#481 — A scenic picture taken of downtown Chinatown with a Chinese man walking down the street located in San Francisco, California. San Francisco's Chinatown begins at the dragon-crested gate at Grant Avenue and Bush Street, and the entrence is called "Dragon's Gate." This city within a city is best explored on foot; exotic shops, renowned restaurants, food markets, temples and small museums comprise its boundaries.
Chinatown, San Francisco
#441 — A close up picture of Coit Tower located on Telegraph Hill in San Francisco, California. Coit Tower on Telegraph hill in San Francisco has provided visitors, and locals, with impressive views of The City since its completion in 1933. Coit Tower was built due to admiration for the fire fighters who fought the 1906 earthquake fires. Many believe the tower was designed in the shape of a fire hose nozzle in relation to that admiration.
#486 — A scenic picture taken of the tall buildings of downtown San Francisco, California and the Bay Bridge from Coit Tower on Telegraph Hill. In this picture you can also see the Ferry Building in front of the Bay Bridge. San Francisco is a city full of things to do. San Francisco offers a wide arrange of activities from climbing to the top of Coit Tower, admiring the grandeur of the Golden Gate Bridge, or even exploring the infamous Alcatraz prison! And don't forget about the Golden Gate Park, the Japanese Tea Garden the Botanical Garden plus so much more!
Downtown San Francisco from Telegraph Hill
#1574 — A scenic picture taken of an orange cable car in downtown San Francisco right by the warf.
Orange Cable Car
#483 — A day time picture taken of the Palace of Fine Arts Exploratorium located in San Francisco, California. The task of creating a Palace of Fine Arts for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition fell to the architect Bernard R. Maybeck, then fifty years old and known for his innovative ideas. Setting to work on this new project, he chose as his theme a Roman ruin, mutilated and overgrown, in the mood of a Piranesi engraving. The Palace of Fine Arts was meant to give delight by its exterior beauty, but its purpose was also to offer all visitors a stimulating experience within doors.
Palace of Fine Arts Exploratorium
#340 — A scenic picture taken of San Francisco, California looking towards the piers and wharf of San Francisco. This part of San Francisco is a popular
spot and you can see many people walking along the wharf year round.
San Francisco Piers & Wharf
#339 — This is a picture taken of the "Tin Man" in downtown San Francisco, California. The Tin Man has become a popular site to see of the many downtown San Francisco activities and amusements down by the warf. The tin man moves to music being played in his boom box and generous people donate money to him for his entertainment.
Tin Man in San Francisco
#2359 — A scenic picture taken of a hotel Resort pool area located in Kauai, Hawaii. Blue sky is seen above with the pool and palm trees in the foreground. People are in the pool enjoying the Hawaii weather.
Hotel Resort Pool Area
#2398 — A
boat is watching the steaming lava enter the Pacific Ocean off of the coast of Hawaii. This photo was taken on the Big Island of Hawaii as the Kilauea Volcano had lava flowing.
Steaming Lava and
#2053 — A scenic picture taken of the downtown area of Seaside, Oregon. Seaside is a
town located on the coast of Oregon.
Downtown Seaside, Oregon
#1957 — A scenic picture taken of the boardwalk in downtown Seaside, Oregon on a beautiful sunny, blue sky day. The Pacific Ocean is seen in the distance.
Seaside Oregon Boardwalk
#1882 — A scenic picture taken of downtown Leavenworth, Washington during a winter afternoon. Leavenworth is a
town located in Eastern Washington and is close to Steven's Pass.
Downtown Leavenworth & Street
#1879 — A scenic vertical picture taken of some of the shop signs in a row in downtown Leavenworth, Washington. You can see some of the mountains that surround Leavenworth in the background.
Shop Signs of Leavenworth
#2321 — A close up vertical picture taken of the Fremont Troll sculpture seen under the Fremont Bridge in Seattle, Washington.
#2318 — A close up, scenic vertical picture taken of the Seattle Space Needle against blue sky.
Seattle Space Needle Against a Blue Sky
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