From St. Louis to Antarctica …
View from the top of the Gateway Arch in St. Louis.
FRISCO —This week’s edition of the popular Twitter chat #FriFotos is all about views, so I combed the archives for some my favorites, both near and far. As a photographer, I’m always looking for views, or for an opportunity to make a view. Sometimes, all it takes is a few steps in one direction or another; other times, it requires a total reset, unless you don’t mind a bunch of powerlines interfering with the vista. As always, I’m looking forward to seeing views from around the world. Join in the fun by picking your own favorite views, tagging them with the #FriFotos hashtag and uploading to Twitter via your favorite channel.
A grand view of the Grand Mesa from the Grand Valley, near Grand Junction, Colorado.
A view from the stop where the school bus picks up high school and middle school students in Frisco, Colorado.
The view of Highlands Bowl at Aspen, Colorado, while hiking up the ridge.
@CoTravGirl enjoys a view of the Caribbean from Ambergris Caye, Belize.
One of my favorite views is over the bow of a kayak, like here in Belize.
A view of the yacht harbor at the Castel dell’Ovo in Naples, Italy.
A roadside view of a bayou sunset in Venice, Louisiana.
An airplane view of Tierra del Fuego on the approach to the Ushuaia airport.
A view of the Caye Caulker beach through a screened window.
Bob Berwyn enjoying a sunrise view from the deck of the M/V Professor Molchanon in the Antarctic Sound. Photo by Leigh Wadden.
A view of the rooftops of old town Corfu, a world heritage site.
A view of the Adriatic from the Hotel Piran in Piran, Slovenia.
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