With so many inspiring and beautiful places all over the globe that are waiting to be captured, it could be a challenge to decide where to go for your next photography adventure.
I have had this list of destinations for a long time in my head and today I’d like to share out 10 truly great locations worth going to if given the opportunity. From breathtaking Banff mountains and lakes to narrow streets of Florence, I have completed the list of 10 photography locations that every landscape photographer should visit before the world ends.
Banff National Park is just one of many breathtaking places on Earth! It is known for its aquamarine waters. That’s why landscape photographers would want to explore Banff and the surrounding Canadian Rocky Mountains.
Norway is the best place to see and shoot Northern Lights. Auroral displays appear in many colours although pale green and pink are the most common. Shades of red, yellow, green, blue, and violet have been reported.
It’s famous for its enchanting aromas, alluring colors and hub of activity. Morocco has a lots of things to offer for photographers of any kind: ranging from palm groves to unique 150 meter tall orange sands of the Erg Chebbi dunes located in the stunning Sahara Desert.
Florence, Italy is one of the most romantic and dreamy locations in the world. It would be great to go there and take a few photos of its classic European streets and river channel.
Bolivia is one of the highest and most isolated countries on earth. The unworldly expanse of the salt flats of Uyuni acts as the world’s biggest mirror perfectly reflecting the sky!
#7 The Great Wall of China
Great Wall of China – the longest man-made structure in the world! The total length of the Great Wall of China is over 8.850 kilometers. So, this smashing and historically important place is worth to see and capture with your camera.
Consisting of one third National Parks and Wildlife Reserves, the Australian island of Tasmania is natural beauty at its best. If you’re looking to capture dramatic landscapes consisting of coastlines, rainforests, and turquoise seas, and you don’t mind indulging in a spot of hiking at the same time then Tasmania is the place for you.
#8 British Isles
From the enigmatic Scottish Highlands to the awe inspiring Lake District, the British Isles boasts some of the most diverse landscapes in the world. It’s paradise for wildlife and landscape photographers.
#9 Hawaiian Islands
Hawaiian Islands is an archipelago of twenty-four islands and atolls located in the North of Pacific ocean. All the photos of paradise you have ever seen or imagined in your head were taken at the Hawaiian Islands.
Unspoilt landscapes and a small population, coupled with mild and agreeable temperatures makes Iceland a perfect environment for landscape photographers.