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Kodachrome Basin State Park, Utah
Photographers will know, simply by the name, that this is a place they’ll want to shoot. Kodachrome Basin State Park received its name from the Kodak camera film — a name given by a National Geographic expedition to photograph the area. Anticipate an amazing array of colors: blue in the sky, red in the dirt, green in the plants, and at least half of the rainbow in the park’s hills and boulders. Plus, there’s an added bonus: 67 ancient, solidified geysers, which now look like chimneys, scattered around the landscape. When National Geographic came to this area to test out …