10 Breathtaking Photography Locations Around The World

1. Jökulsárlón Glacial Lake, Iceland


Located at the foot of Vatnajökull National Park, it’s here that huge icebergs calve from the Breiðamerkurjökull glacier into the lake. These icebergs are then carried by the tide out to the Atlantic Ocean where most are just dragged right back to shore by the waves. This phenomenon results in the black sandy beach being covered in hundreds to thousands of ice chunks. Read more …

2. Neist Point Lighthouse, Isle of Skye, Scotland


Simply traveling to Neist Point in the Isle of Skye offers plenty of photographic opportunities with beautiful lakes, mountains and fields. But once you arrive, the view at this popular destination will take your breath away. Read more …

3. Unteraar-Glacier, Bernese Alps, Switzerland


Unteraar-Glacier is the larger of two glaciers that feed the Aare river in the Bernese Alps. The location offers impressive mountain views, some cool caves to explore and incredible night photography opportunities. Read more …

4. Passo Giau, Alleghe, Italy


Passo Giau is one of the most famous and visited places within the Dolomites National Park. At its summit, La Gusella is an iconic 2,595m peak that ranks as the 79th highest mountain in Veneto and the 1364th highest mountain in Italy. Read more …

5. Hooker Valley, Mt. Cook National Park, New Zealand


The weather can change quickly at New Zealand's highest peak, but that just means you have even more opportunities to capture something special. Read more …


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6. Bagan, Burma


This ancient city in central Burma is known for the Bagan Archaeological Area, which is home to more than 2,000 Buddhist monuments. Read more …

7. Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada


Located in the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia, Canada, Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park is very remote. It’s only accessible by a multiday backpacking trip or helicopter, but as you can see, it’s worth the trip. Read more …

8. Dovrefjell National Park, Norway


Dovrefjell National Park in central Norway is home to rich flora and various species of wildlife, including Arctic fox. Although there was a 20-year decline in their population, this has successfully been reversed in recent years thanks to the Norwegian-Swedish captive breeding program started in 2005. Read more …

9. Jade Screen Pavilion, Yellow Mountain, China


Yellow Mountain is located in a remote area of Anhui Province, about 300 miles southwest of Shanghai. The popular lookout point called Jade Screen Pavilion offers incredible views of the “sea of clouds” formations, for which Yellow Mountain is famous for. Read more …

10. Mara Triangle, Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya


Home to a variety of game reserves and national parks, South Africa is a wildlife photographer’s dream location. And Mara Triangle, a remote section of the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya, is where many animals can be found grazing on the plains and around the volcanic hills. Read more …


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