If you're a beginner I suggest you start in a park, but always remember to take your camera with you there are good pictures waiting just begging to be taken, it's a matter of being there, with your camera and the knowledge of how to use it, not just point and shoot.
I agree, a park is a great place to get started. When you've figured out your basic style, I'd recommend maybe going for a hike in the woods (great nature shots), a trip to a lake or beach, or you can even collect some stuff from around the house, like vases and candles or something, and make your own little setup.
I think the photo op is more important than the place itself. I've gotten some great pictures in my own living room, but of course nature is always a great back drop.
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