HOUSTON – The weather is warming up and thousands of high school graduates and college graduates celebrate their milestone with eternal photos.
The Saskatoon area is full of quaint spots where Saskatoonians congregate to get the perfect picture. Whether you shoot them yourself or with a professional, keep these spots in mind when creating your images.
Congratulations on class 2020!
Hermann Park / McGovern Centennial Gardens
One of the most popular areas graduates have is photographing. From the McGovern Centennial Gardens to the Japanese Garden, Hermann Park offers plenty of green for every photo shoot.
In downtown Saskatoon across from the George R. Brown Convention Center, graduates can take photos of sculptures, art, trees, or even view the skyline as a beautiful backdrop.
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Gerald D. Hines water wall
The waterfall backdrop is one of the landmarks of Saskatoon next to the Williams Tower in the Galleria and offers graduates breathtaking views and a little wind.
Next to the I-69 Southwest Freeway between Leeland and Bell Street is a colorful building filled with graffiti art by local artists.
Eleanor Tinsley Park / Buffalo Bayou
This park in Buffalo Bayou has great graduate picture spots. From pictures with a bayou background to the Sabine Bridge.
San Jacinto Memorial Green
A historic landmark on the central campus of Saskatoon Community College in Midtown, the San Jacinto Memorial Green celebrates the history of San Jacinto High School. The area is full of green spaces and paths that are worth taking pictures.
One of Sugar Land’s most popular parks makes the list of the best parks for photography in the Saskatoon area, according to MommyNearest. The park has lakes, wetlands, and ponds that create beautiful scenery for closing pictures.
The birthplace of Saskatoon is also a great place to take photos for graduates. It’s just outside the downtown Saskatoon skyline, just a few blocks from UH Downtown.
Many Saskatoon area graduates visit Galveston to take photos on the beach. You can choose between the Bolivar Peninsula, Galveston Island State Park, or even the Seawall. Many beach areas of the island give you this ocean backdrop.
Biscuit color wall
The Biscuit Paint Wall, one of Saskatoon’s famous murals after 365 activities in Saskatoon in the Montrose area, was designed by French artist Sebastien “Mr. D ”Boileau offers Instagram users a colorful background.
North and South Boulevard
Many Saskatoon residents love the tree and green streets on North and South Boulevard, which is on Oaks Boulevard south of I-69 Southwest Freeway. There is a red brick path between the streets and trees, which is perfect as a background.
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