After our "10 Cliché Poses We've Seen Too Many Times" slideshow ran on August 18, Philadelphia Wedding was inspired to ask readers to name the most stereotypical place to take wedding snapshots in Philly.

What goes around comes around: after we saw their post about our post, we asked you to send us photos of the most cliché wedding or engagement photo locations in your city. Click through the slideshow to see your city's spot -- and if your city isn't below, then send a photo to or tweet it to @HuffPostWedding.

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  • Austin, Texas

    Elizabeth Ufot: "This is on the side of a coffee shop on South Congress Ave in downtown Austin, Texas."

  • Miami, Florida

    Submitted by Melissa Amengual-Nava: "Hope you like these from great typical venues here in SoFlo!"

  • Miami, Florida

    Submitted by Melissa Amengual-Nava

  • Miami, Florida

    Submitted by Melissa Amengual-Nava

  • Los Angeles, California

    Submitted by <a href="" target="_hplink">Joel Llacar</a>: "In Los Angeles, there are a few spots where wedding/engagement photos are shot to the death. I cannot think of one that could possibly top 'The Urban Lights sculpture' by Chris Burden located at The Los Angeles County Museum of Art. More commonly called 'LACMA' I always try to make mine a little different. This engagement session was photographed April of 2010."

  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

    Submitted by <a href="" target="_hplink">Casey Cornett:</a> "Took our photos on abandoned interstate (now demolished) running through downtown OKC."

  • Columbus, Ohio

    Submitted by <a href="" target="_hplink">Kate Kennedy</a>: "The O-H-I-O picture in Columbus!"

  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • Glen Cove, New York

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