Taylor Swift's talent for showcasing her music through creative music videos has been a constant throughout her career.
Several scenes from this video were shot at Oheka Castle, a gorgeous location that serves as a hotel in Huntington, New York.
This video was shot largely on location at Castle Gwynn, a majestic, privately owned castle located on the outskirts of Nashville, Tennessee. It was built in the early 1980s.
This video plays with the beauty of the human form and the natural formations at the Caves of Hercules in Tangier, Morocco. Its sea opening is known for being in the shape of Africa.
The Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles served as the backdrop for some of the fun and funny scenes in this video. The hotel has a classic glamour with its gorgeous lobby and elegant ballrooms.
Taylor shot this video at a variety of places in Paris, France, but one of the most striking views is when she sings along the Pont des Arts.
Part of this video was shot at San Camp on Botswana’s Makgadikgadi Pans in Africa, a luxury safari camp.
This video features a sweet wedding scene that was shot at Christ Church in Kennebunk, Maine. Other local spots were also included.
Exquisitely matching the song’s sentiments, parts of this video were shot on the picture-perfect shores of Point Dume State Beach in Malibu, California.
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