10 Best Places to Take a Selfie in Metro Phoenix
We've got things to do, places to go, people to see. But first, let's just take a selfie.
Whether you're the king of social media or the queen of your own universe, chances are you like to snap the occasional self-portrait on your smartphone. But when the bathroom mirror backdrop gets old and the Instagram filters feel like they can only carry you so far, how do you step up your selfie game? Here to help you get more likes and some local recognition are the 10 best places in metro Phoenix to take a selfie.
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1. The top of Camelback Mountain
Taking a selfie from the top of Camelback Mountain may not be the easiest feat, but it's well worth the effort. Not only will your pinnacle panoramic give you a breathtaking backdrop, it will also make the people who follow you on social media feel utterly inferior.
2. The Love Sculpture at Scottsdale Civic Center Plaza
Love doesn't much freer than Robert Indiana's "LOVE" at Scottsdale Civic Center Plaza. The 12-foot aluminum statue has served as the setting for wedding announcements, graduation photos, and, of course, the occasional artsy self-portrait. Seriously, guys, if this affectionate fixture doesn't earn you at least one heart emoji, we don't know what will.
3. The Caged Dinosaur at Phoenix Art Museum
We already know why the caged bird sings, now we want to know why you haven't taken a photo with Sui Jianguo's caged dinosaur, formally titled Jurassic Age. Whether you're trying to document is social commentary on Chinese political shifts or you simply want a photo that makes for an interesting caption, this Phoenix Art Museum installation is selfie gold.
4. The Mirrored Bathrooms at Hanny's
When it comes to selfies, less is literally more inside the mirrored bathrooms at Hanny's. The former dressing rooms of an old department store turned bar and restaurant serve as the optimal optical illusion. With hues of pink and seemingly endless reflection, it lets even the left-brained look creative.Next Page
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