What Are the Most Beautiful Spots in North Carolina?

Are you new to the Carolina’s? Do you dream of a wedding or honeymoon in the High Country? Then I suggest you book a photo session with one of our many amazing photographers at one of several breathtaking locations! An arm’s length (or selfie stick) picture is cute in some ways but it is nice to have pictures of you and your significant other by an actual professional photographer that includes the entire background scenery.

A few of my favorite photographers include:

Rob+Kristen

Rob+Kristen specialize in wedding photography and for good reason! They love love and desire to create beautiful art while serving others. Each picture they capture is evidence of the passion they have for their clients special day.

Joyful Hearts

Joyful Hearts is owned by Hilary Pearce. I have worked with her a couple times this year in various locations and it was an enjoyable experience each time!

Sweet Dreams Photography

Sweet Dreams Photography owned by offers natural photographs for families, and special occasions.

The Blue Ridge Mountains offers nature lovers and city goers equal opportunities to use hidden gems to do a photography session. Check them out:

Elk Knob State Park

Elk Knob State Park features one of the highest peaks in North Carolina’s high country. This park tries to stay open year-round so you can experience all seasons on this mountain!

Stone Mountain State Park

Stone Mountain State Park has a massive granite dome, historic homestead, waterfalls, and more than 18 miles of trails. If you’re feeling bold, you can even go rock climbing on the cliffs! My family has had pictures taking here a few months ago. They look amazing!

Bluff Mountain Preserve

Bluff Mountain Nature Preserve tops the list with Scenic beauty, unusual landforms, and extraordinary botanical variety in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Dellinger Mill

Dellinger Grist Mill is the last one of its kind being the last water powered/stone ground grist mill of its kind left in the state of North Carolina.

Land of Oz

Land of Oz is a whimsical amusement park that is only open twice a year for events in June and September. It’s also possible to rent the park for special occasions, including weddings. Rental costumes are available onsite, and more than a few visitors have been spotted wearing ruby slippers on the park’s bona-fide yellow brick road.

5506′ Sky Bar

5506′ Sky Bar is located at the top of Beech Mountain Resort. This structure is like no other that consists of a 2800 square foot deck with Adirondack chairs and picnic tables; a glass roundhouse complete with bar, a snack bar; as well as, heated restrooms. Perfect during the winter season!

Mast General Store

Mast General Store is located in the small community of Valle Crucis, North Carolina’s. For decades this store has been the center of the community, the Original Mast Store houses the Post Office and offers up a 5¢ cup of coffee.

Hickory Ridge Museum

Hickory Ridge Museum is part of North Carolina’s living history. The Mountains of North Carolina are rich in history. Hickory Ridge Living History Museum is located on the grounds of Horn in the West, the nation’s oldest Revolutionary War drama, in Boone, North Carolina.

Orchard at Altapass

The Orchard at Altapass offers an experience a cross-section of what Southern Appalachia has to offer all in one afternoon. They guided hayrides where you can listen to engaging traditional stories, listen to authentic regional music, sample delicious fudge, jam, and jellies made from the many varieties of apples growing in the orchard in the fall.

To all the other lovely Carolinian’s out there, where else would you plan a photography session in the High country?

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