6 Houston locations that will make your photos look spectacular

6 Houston locations that will make your photos look spectacular

Houston has it all. It is a city full of spectacular places that serve as perfect location to make spectacular photographs. You will see that when you visit some of these places so spectacular you can not stop taking pictures.

Here are some of the places in Houston, a city located in southeastern Texas near the Gulf of Mexico and considered to be the fourth most populous city in the United States.

Water wall

The Water Fall or Water Wall, very close to The Galleria, is the most photographed spot in Houston. The waterfall is made up of an imposing U-shaped black obsidian wall through which streams of recycled water fall which is pumped every three hours and 20 minutes. It is a cozy place in the usually abound couples and families who enjoy a pleasant time under the shade of more than 180 oaks that are a witness of cozy days in which they celebrate picnics, socialize and enjoy a pleasant time. In that place the photos are beautiful.

Houston Historical District

The beautiful brick buildings, wooded paths, cafes and pubs that abound in the historic district of Houston frame truly beautiful photos. This romantic place where the buildings that remained of the 19th century remain, helps us to evoke a simpler and more romantic time.

Houston Arboretum and Nature Center

This is a 63-hectare park that is considered a natural sanctuary full of walking trails, lie on the grass and make unforgettable photographs.

Mecom source

If commitment photos are treated Mecom source is an ideal site. This fountain which is large, bright and well lit at the intersection of Main and Montrose is one of the best places to take pictures in the city. The fountain is an easily recognizable place where you can pose in front of the water that flows from the fountain for your photos.


Memorial park

Called "Texas's Largest Urban Park," Houston Memorial Park, located just inside Loop 610, includes an 18-hole golf course ranked among the best in the state. In addition, it offers facilities for practicing tennis, softball, swimming, field and track, croquet, volleyball, skating, cycling and a popular 3 mile jogging track. In addition to its many paths, the park boasts several fields to play baseball and softball in addition to a field to play football.

Located on the west side of the park is the Hermann Park

Hermann Park is the most important public green space in the city. It is located minutes from downtown Houston. It is a cultural and recreational corner where you will also find the statue of one of Houston's founders, General Sam Houston, pointing toward the park. There you will find the Japanese Garden, the Miller Outdoor Theater, the Houston Zoo, Hermann Park Golf Course, McGovern Lake, McGovern Centennial Gardens and a park with water games where you can take truly spectacular photos.

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