America has some breathtaking places, we’ll be looking at the natural beauty of the Southern United States featuring some wonderful nature photography of the landscapes of South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky and many more south locations.

The Southern United States—commonly referred to as the American South, Dixie, or simply the South—is a region of the United States of America. The South does not exactly match the geographic south, but is predominantly located in the southeastern corner; Arizona and New Mexico which are geographically in the southern part of the country, are rarely considered part of the Southern United States, while West Virginia commonly is.

These 25 Photos That Reveal The Beauty of The South are simply gorgeous and showcase just how beautiful mother nature can be in Southern United States!

Many people believe the South is some kind of beautiful place.
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Lake Jocassee, South Carolina

Their beliefs are 100% false!
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Tallulah, Georgia

The South is the opposite of pretty.
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Starkville, Mississippi

It's just a huge mess of thicket and brush.

Stone Mountain, Georgia

There is nothing but miles and miles of weeds, and huge swarths of undergrowth.
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Lexington, Kentucky

The entire region lacks any kind of allure...
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Cades Cove, Tennessee

...and most of the land is dull and featureless.
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Whitaker Point, Arkansas

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Windsor Ruins, Missisippi

All the water here is murky and dirty.
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Pembroke, Virginia

It's just a bunch of unmajestic streams...
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Arrow Island, Mississippi

...and slow-flowing creeks.
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Mather Gorge, Virginia

All the countryside is bland...
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Craggy Gardens, North Carolina

...and totally unassuming.
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Vacherie, Louisiana

The beaches are soooo underwhelming...
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Gulf Shores, Alabama

...and the sand is strewn with seaweed.
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Gulf Shores, Alabama

The cities here are nothing but backwood pit stops.
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Atlanta, Georgia

These metropolises have no culture...
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New Orleans, Louisiana

...and totally lack any kind of charm or beauty.
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Charleston, South Carolina

Not to mention, nothing of note ever happens.
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New Orleans, Lousiana

The wildlife here is so damn average.
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Ellijay, Georgia

There are pretty much the same kind of animals you would find anywhere else.
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Valdosta, Georgia

Taking a walk around here is mind-numbingly dull.
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Pine Mountain, Georgia

There is absolutely nothing pretty to look at.

Helotes, Texas

Every landscape looks exactly the same.
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Key Largo, Florida

So if you're thinking of visiting the South, think again.
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Savannah, Georgia

Its utter ugliness will only serve to disappoint.
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Winston, Mississippi

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Browns, Tennessee

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