Betsy's Photography

United States: Travel + Fine Art Photographs

Photographs of various cities and states in the United States. (details)


Men working with floating containment boom, Seattle
Endicott Arm + Dawes Glacier in Alaska - Fine Art Photo
Waterfall at the Endicott Arm + Dawes Glacier, Alaska
Point Retreat Lighthouse + Buoy with Alaskan Mountains
Driving the Beartooth Pass - Fine Art Photograph
Soda Butte Creek + Republic Mountain, Silver Gate, MT
Fine Art Landscape Scene of Buffalo in Yellowstone Park
Artist Paint Pots in Yellowstone National Partk
View from the Beartooth Pass in Montana + Wyoming

Fine Art Photographs of the United States by Betsy Finn


States, Cities, + Locations Photographed

States, cities, and sights visited include:

  • Alaska
    • Dawes Glacier
    • Endicott Arm
    • Ketichan
    • Juneau
    • Mendenhall Glacier
    • Skagway
    • Stephens Passage
    • Tatoosh Islands
    • Tongass National Forest
    • Point Retreat Lighthouse
  • Arizona
    • Oracle (location of Biosphere)
    • Scottsdale
  • Hawaii
    • Diamond Head
    • Oahu
    • Punchbowl Crater
    • Waikiki Beach
  • Maine
    • Nubble Lighthouse (York)
    • York
  • Michigan
    • Ann Arbor
    • Chelsea
    • Dexter
    • Grayling
    • Mackinac Island
    • Traverse City
  • Montana
    • Beartooth Pass
    • Helena
    • Silvergate
    • Yellowstone National Park
  • New Hampshire
    • Cannon Mountain (Franconia)
    • Lincoln
    • Manchester
  • New York
    • Ground Zero
    • New York
  • Washington
    • Bainbridge Island
    • Seattle
  • Wyoming
    • Beartooth Pass
    • Yellowstone National Park

Artist Notes

There are so many unique places to visit in the United States! Some of my favorite photographs have been created here in my home state of Michigan.

Most memorable for me? Visiting ground zero and seeing the memorial fountains for the Twin Towers. We knew people who worked there. White flowers are placed on the names of individuals whose birthday it is that day. We also walked by the Anne Frank tree, which survived the attack.


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