It is often said that the best things in life are free, and there is no better example of that than a morning sunrise. All you need to do is wake up, step outside, and watch the Sun paint beautiful colors around you. If you missed it this morning, here’s one sunrise from each of the 50 States.
If you’re looking for a reason to visit, Gulf Shores is home to two of the highest rated golf resorts in Alabama (Craft Farms and Kiva Dunes), and also hosts the annual Hangout Music Festival. Try the Perdido Beach Resort in Orange Beach.
The Sun rising in Brown County, Indiana. The hills and valleys of this area were formed more than 250 million years ago during the Mississippian Period when most of southern Indiana was covered by a shallow inland sea. Brown County State Park is Indiana’s largest state park, offering beautiful views of the surrounding landscape year round.
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A car traveling on the back roads of Iowa at sunrise, during an early morning fog.
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Taken from the top of Cadillac Mountain, Acadia National Park. This is the highest point along the North Atlantic seaboard and the first place to view sunrise in the United States from October 7 through March 6. It is one of over 20 mountains on Mount Desert Island that were pushed up by earth’s tectonic and volcanic forces millions of years ago.
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The United States Congress designated the Hells Canyon Wilderness in 1975 and it now has a total of 217,927 acres. Hells Canyon Wilderness is a subset of the Hells Canyon National Recreation Area (HCNRA), which straddles the border of northeastern Oregon and western Idaho. It is split into two distinct halves by the Wild & Scenic Snake River.