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7 Best Places to Photograph Around the World

Mother Nature is the primary source of “Beautiful, Breathtaking and Photographic” places. Peak Visor lists over a million mountains, 300 million lakes, and a total of 23 deserts in the entire universe. The list for picture-perfect regions must include massive glaciers of Antarctica, staggering rain forests along the equator with beautiful and exotic animals, and don’t forget the deep seas, some still unexplored to date. 

Amongst all these, there are also artificial picturesque spots like cities that many people travel to see and explore. To see all those beauties would take years. Amazing pictures from popular photographers help us enjoy the best places on earth. In this article, we will discuss the following places:

  1. The Faroe Islands in Denmark
  2. Reed Flute Cave in China
  3. The Pyramids of Giza in Egypt
  4. Antelope Canyon in Arizona, USA
  5. Vatnajökull Ice Cave in Iceland
  6. New York City in the USA
  7. Bora Bora in French Polynesia

1. The Faroe Islands in Denmark 

The Faroe Islands, dubbed the “New Iceland” due to the rock formations and their rise from the ocean and the unpredictable weather conditions, are a location to behold. The islands are volcanic rocks that have risen out of the North Atlantic Ocean over time, creating picture-worthy sites. The weather does pose a challenge, but when suitable, the images produced are out of this world. However, it does offer the images a “Distinctive Appearance and Feel.” Anyone can identify with or spot in an instant. If you ever find a photo of these “Unspoilt” islands, it will become the first photo destination in your travel plans!

2. Reed Flute Cave in China

The Reed Flute Cave is a “Magical if not Fantastical” photo experience. That is the reason behind the name “Palace of Natural Arts.” Where else does magic exist other than a 180 million-year-old cave in Guilin, China? What attracts most photographers and tourists to the cave is the “Multicolour!” A first glance and you get to experience a myriad of colours artificially made and reflected throughout the cave’s interior formation. But, what’s more interesting is the mirror reflection forming on the cave lake, making it appear infinite! Photographers may want to adjust their camera lighting into low-light to get excellent picture quality of the Reed Flute Cave!

3. The Pyramids of Giza in Egypt

When it comes to historical features and ancient wonders of the world, the “Pyramids of Giza” are the remaining ones. Located in the African desert country, the pyramids live under the blue skies, remaining silhouette for over a thousand years or more. The heat rises into the sky, giving the pyramids a fiery appearance at the ground level. However, as you rise, it becomes sharp, and at any angle you pick, the pyramids seem to stop at a specific position in the sky. A single shot can capture the scorching heat and the clear blue skies with minimal effort! 

Since it’s an international tourist destination, finding the right spot to take your photo can be challenging. Many photographers advise “early arrivals” since temperatures can rise to 100 degrees F, and trekking through the sandy areas to find the right spot can be extremely uncomfortable!

4. Antelope Canyon in Arizona, USA

Antelope Canyon is the most magnificent geological sandstone formation in the world. The Antelope Canyon forms a complex maze through which photographers travel and capture the most exotic shots. Many wish to capture the famous “God Beams,” in explanation, rays of sunlight penetrating through the cracks on the surface and illuminating specific areas of the canyon. The effect is panoramic and enchanting. However, the Antelope Canyon in Arizona, USA, poses a significant challenge for photographers. The main reason is that the caves are dark, and capturing any good shots proves quite tricky even on the best of days! However, a great picture is worth all the trouble. 

5. Vatnajökull Ice Cave in Iceland

Antarctica is inspiring, but the Vatnajökull Ice Cave in Iceland is magnificent! For those willing to experience the freezing temperatures, the ice presents one of the best photographic shots in the world. The glacier-forming cave has a great ice interior where photographers can take amazing pictures from the inside. You can admire the natural formation at a close distance, take a photo and keep the fantastic memory with you forever. However, balancing the photo lighting may be a challenge, but the natural making of the glacier takes all of it away. The Vatnajökull Ice Cave is a wonder of the world and is a landmark in Iceland even though it’s located in the Skaftafell National Park. It is a must-visit place when travelling across the world for photography. 

6. New York City in the USA

New York City is one of the picturesque artificial features in the world. The city dubbed as “the city that never sleeps” appears spectacular in a panoramic view. The title lingers mainly because the city lights never actually go off until dawn. Then the lights turn the city into daylight, making it day and night appear inseparable. You should see the time of these changes when the morning fills in with bright spots and when the night is so light that you will never tell them apart. All this beauty is depicted in the myriad of pictures which include the glittering skyscrapers in varying design, shapes and colour shades, and many more!

7. Bora Bora in French Polynesia

Thinking about the white sands present in many beaches worldwide, well, none can compare to the Bora Bora photographic destination in French Polynesia. The island has the bluest waters and the whitest sands, and the additional green vegetation and floating homes make the whole environment die for, especially for photographers. As a popular destination and photography place globally, taking advantage of the region is a game-changer. Plus, you can go scuba diving, bring your camera along and take some of the most heart-stopping pictures in the world. 

Summary 

There are many places to photograph around the world. These places vary from natural areas like mountains, calm lakes, desert formation, or artificial features such as large cities. However, some of the most popular include Bora Bora in French Polynesia, The Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, Africa, New York City in the US, the Faroe Islands in Demark, and the Vatnajökull Ice Cave in Iceland. However, there are many other places you can visit in the world that would take great pictures.

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