When the sweltering, summer heat in Arizona is at it’s worst, the crowded pool down the street just isn’t going to cut it. Check out these awesome swimming holes instead if you’re looking for a gorgeous place to cool down! #1 Bull Pen The Bull Pen swimming hole is located about fifteen miles east of Camp
The age of the drone is here! People feared them, they even hated them, but then they learned to love them; and for good reasons! Drone video capturing has taken over the market for scenic videography. These three drone footage captured videos will simply amaze you as they reveal several majestic views of Washington State
#1 Picacho Peak State Park provides a stunning view if you’re driving along I-10. Scenic Sunday drive, here we come. #2 It’s impossible to not be impressed by the 1,500 foot peak. The closer you get, the bigger it seems. #3 People have been using the eye-catching peak as a landmark since prehistoric times! People
#1 Slide Rock State Park is seven miles north of Sedona. We all know how beautiful Sedona is, so it only bodes well that this attraction is nearby. #2 It was originally the Pendley Homestead. Frank L. Pendley received the land in the Homestead Act of 1910, and it became a state park in 1987.
#1 American Radiator Building This masterful gothic art-deco building stands at 23 stories just south of Bryant Park. It was designed by Raymond Hood and built in 1924 for the American Radiator Company. The bronze on top of the black is no accident. The building’s design is represents the conversion of energy; the black granite represents coal,