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These Thrilling Destinations are a Must-Visit for every Travel Photographer

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You must have read or heard a lot of people saying that a picture is worth a 1,000 words, that with a strong picture you don’t have to explain something, that a picture a tell a thousand stories.

Well, there’s no doubt in any of the sayings and when it comes to photography + travel, I would say, in this case, the destination is the reason that inspires you and the beauty of the particular place screams itself Click me.

Thrilling Destinations for every Travel Photographer

So, we have gathered a list of some amazing photogenic places you can visit and make some great pictures. Want to have a look? Come, let’s jump in. 

Marrakech Medina, Morocco

I’ll be starting with the very first and favorite place, Marrakech Medina, a place full of colors, moods, and mystery that will surely make you fall in love with the place, again and again, when you see the pictures of it.

Marrakech Medina, Morocco

All you need to remember when you visit the place is that you take pictures of the donkey carts along unlike stones, beautiful colored tiles, eye-capturing scenes within the medina, and the doorways that will make you stop after every 10m. Well, there are many locations to photograph in Marrakech and you can discover a lot more places in the Medina.

Tekapo, New Zealand

You must have watched the first Lord of the Rings movie since then this place has gained such popularity amongst the travelers. And what I would love to recommend is to spend as many days as possible because this island might look small but there are a lot of places you can drive to and explore.

Tekapo, New Zealand

These places allow you to show your photography skills at best. Also, if you love stargazing, you can click the fantabulous Milky Way and for that, you need to move towards Lake Tekapo. And you can also head towards the Church of the Good Shepherd, right on the shore of the lake that will make you believe this place is undoubtedly made for stunning photographs.

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Arashiyama, Japan

Those who simply love being amidst the beauty of nature, suburbs of Arashiyama on the outskirts of Kyoto, is the best place for you. There you’ll not only experience the amazing Japanese culture but temples and historic sites on one side of Arashiyama and bamboo grove on the other.

Arashiyama, Japan

And if you move to the south side of the river there’s a forest way up to the monkey park where you can click the wild monkeys in their habitats. Wildlife photographers can consider the place. Right in front of the threshold of the monkey park, you’ll find some small wooden boats. Make sure you go on a ride once the light goes down and enjoy traditional Cormorant Fishing lit by fire torches while capturing the same event in your cameras.

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Are you the one who adore going to the sunset points? If yes, this place needs to be there on your priority list. You’ll love when the sun rays and the beautiful colors hit the ancient temple, and waking up early in the morning becomes worth it.

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Now, when you’ve woke up early and have your camera with you, make sure you wander around, explore other temples out there around Siem Reap and Angkor Temple Complex and get some amazing clicks. Also, you can make to this place from November to February because the temperature remains cooler than other usual days. 

If you want something compact and that requires an easy operation, Point and shoot cameras can be considered.

The Hudson River, New York City

I understand that New York City is full of hustle and you love being amidst it, but why don’t you try moving to the Hudson River and capture some mind-blowing pictures of Manhattan Island this time. All you need to do is take the Staten Island Ferry (which is by the way free of cost) and click some of the best views of the New York City.

The Hudson River, New York City

Make sure you reach early and grab the front spot for the best view. If possible, try to take the ferry a few hours before the sunset so that when you come back from the place, you can watch the sky all light up beautiful stars. And don’t miss this out: you’ll also cross the Statue of Liberty. Bonus!

Paris, France

Whenever we talk about love, everything seems incomplete without mentioning this astounding place. And not just love, you’ll be super glad to know that the charm of this place makes it photogenic as well. You just cannot take your eyes off of the beauty of this charming place.

Paris, France

Stunning architecture, beautiful local life, environment, and pretty windows won’t let you keep your camera back into your bag. You can move to the dome of the Basilica Sacre Coeur in Montmartre and shot the best view of the city.

Get yourself the best DSLR camera and click some incredible shots like these.

London, England

“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life”- Samuel Johnson. True that. The historic buildings and character-filled streets can make your day, and a visit along the River Thames allows you to take an enormous number of clicks. If you want to make the best out of the trip, you can stand opposite the Houses of Parliament and watch the beautiful sunset while capturing the out-of-the-world London image.

London, England

Also, if you want to get some street shots, there’s nothing better than walking down to Camden and Notting Hill. You can also make your way to Kensington Palace, Hyde Park, and Buckingham Palace. Every place is worth taking some fantastic shots.

Also Read: Best Waterproof Cameras

Well, the world is full of eye-catching and aesthetic places, so no matter where you go or visit, all you need is an eye to catch the best view you can capture in your camera. These were just a few destinations out them you can consider for travel photography.

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Ashutosh Bhatt

Hey! A wayfarer this side who is absolutely obsessed with exploring new places, making new friends, have seen many cultures and colors of the world. I have covered 18 countries, 50+ states and still counting. Initially, I started out with my friends during my graduation days, in order to make a box full of memories, but didn’t know that traveling will someday become my thing and make me a total sucker for those heritage destinations, mighty mountains, and turquoise beaches.

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