On World Photography Day let’s look at some iconic places around the world that are ideal for photographers. These locations are known to offer some of the most break taking views of nature. Year after year, tourists flock to these locations to capture the same in the cameras.
Have a look.
Peru is a favourite travel destination world over. The vies from the peaks of the Peruvian Andes, the vastness of the deserts of Huacachina, the alpacas of Sacred Valley – Peru has a diverse scope for photography. A vibrant country that is inspiring everywhere.
This island country is beautiful not just during the cherry blossoms but throughout the year. The metropolitan cities, lined so impeccably, the landscape of the vast countryside and the immaculate scenery – all make Japan just so intriguing.
India is such a vast country that it leaves its magical touch in each city, town and village that one ventures into. From the magnificent Himalayas to the rivers of the South, the enchanting East and the desert and colours of the West. India has ample beauty that can easily be captured by the lens.
Morocco is an enigmatic country. The Sahara Desert is heavenly. Travel to Merzouga to see the highest dunes that will leave you bewildered. Explore this place on feet and in the interiors for the real feel.
This country in the Scandinavian landscape of Europe is full of picture-perfect views. The snow, the manicured lakes, trees and gardens to the magnetic auroras, Finland is a blend of many things. The dancing auroras are best captured from here.
Egypt & Jordan –
Historically rich and archaeological vibrant, these wo countries are a yardstick for cultural preservation.
The Great Pyramid of Giza and The Lost City of Petra are iconic. Don’t miss them on your camera.
Iceland is fast becoming one of the most visited countries in the world. The vast snow infested landscape is rare to find anywhere else. Known for its glaciers, waterfalls and the incredible Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights), Iceland is home to some of the most beautiful landscapes that this Earth can possibly offer.