10 Best Places to Photograph

10 Best Places to Photograph

Last Updated on June 22, 2020 by Amanda Stancati

Our world is filled with beautiful wonders. We are surrounded by countless of breathtaking landmarks, monuments, and structures just patiently waiting for us to take notice. There are carefully-designed impressions, curious stories, and hundred-year old secrets simply wanting to be recognized. To honour the world’s grandeur, we at tripcentral.ca compiled a list perfect for travelers, artists, visionaries, and photographers looking for some scenic inspiration. We live in one splendid world. Let’s celebrate it!

Taj Mahal, India

Built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan as a symbol of love for his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal, the Taj Mahal is India’s most recognized structure and is one of the Seven Wonders of the World.

Photo by Viajar24h.com

Venice, Italy

Renowned as the best destination for romantic vacations, Venice also offers a uniquely scenic and cool way of transporting tourists across the city.

Angkor Wat

This fine masterpiece is Cambodia’s most beloved and best preserved temple. It is a 500-acre site located at the heart of Cambodia.

Photo by victoriapeckham

Kingdom of Bhutan

Bhutan also known as the “land of the dragon” is a kingdom nestling in the Himalayas between its powerful neighbours, India and China. Of all the Himalayan countries it seems to be the most alluring to Westerners.

Photo by Kyle Taylor

Yellowstone National Park

A cherished part of Wyoming’s rich tapestry, Yellowstone provides visitors an exciting opportunity to explore the continent’s history and its 2M acres of sprawling wilderness.

Photo by Alaskan Dude

Queenstown, New Zealand

Queenstown sits on the shore of Lake Wakatipu and is the Southern Hemisphere’s premiere four season lake and alpine resort.

Photo by lawmurray

Eiffel Tower, Paris

Located on the Champ de Mars, the Eiffel Tower is Paris’ most iconic symbol and one of the leading tourist attractions in the world.

Photo by Alex Lecea

Johnston Canyon, Canada

Located between Banff and Lake Louise, the Johnston Canyon is adjacent to one of the most famous set of waterfalls in Banff National Park. The Johnston Canyon also allows travelers to experience the Canadian Rockies unlike no other.

American Southwest

The American Southwest comprise a fair share of national wonders: Grand Canyon, Arches National Park, and Carlsbad Caverns National Park, which continues to draw travelers from all over the world.

Photo by Alaskan Dude

Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni

The world’s largest salt flat, located in the Potosi and Oruro departments in Southwest Bolivia.

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