When going on vacation, do not forget to take a high-quality camera or smartphone with you to capture the unforgettable colors of nature.
These places are unlikely to make a bad or boring photo. Everything captured in the frame requires no computer processing to look amazing.
Here are some impressive places where you can feel the atmosphere of the fantastic landscapes of our world and take the best shots of your photo session:
Dead Valley, Namibia
800 years ago, trees and green grass grew here, but gradually the desert conquered these areas, the rivers dried up and died under the sands blown away by the desert wind. The valley turned into a dead dry wasteland, and only the skeletons of trees reminded us that once there was life here. But the photos from these places are really unique.
Queenstown, New Zealand
Lovers of The Lord of the Rings and Jurassic Park are familiar with the surrounding area of Queenstown. It itself is a small resort village known as a city of extreme sports. In winter and early spring, Queenstown offers some of the best skiing and snowboarding conditions in the world.
Moab Utah, USA
Here you can feel like a part of a real western. The American city of Moab rose to prominence in the 1950s when Hollywood discovered it was ideal for cowboy movies. The nature of Utah has created unique and amazing landscapes.
Built by the Spaniards, this small Mexican town is beautiful at any time of the year. The atmosphere is contagious: Indian tribes live here, traditional festivals take place, and nature has endowed the city with one of the largest trees in the world.
Even the most sworn housewife dreams of going to Paris; songs and films were dedicated to the city of love; you can talk about it as much as you like: its architecture, medieval churches and universities, delightful parks and cozy cafes; for the aroma of croissants and coffee, and for its unique atmosphere, which makes it the most photographed city in the world.
How about a photo from the ends of the earth? It’s so cold here that no one can stay for more than 18 months. Ice covers 90% of the continent. The eternal frost has lifted the world’s tallest glaciers and created unique flora and fauna.
Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic
There is hardly a city that would convey the spirit of the Middle Ages like this one. At 170 km from Prague Český Krumlov is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The walls of ancient castles date back to the 6th century, and the beautiful historical landscape is harmoniously combined with the peaceful nature of the city.
One of the most beautiful places in the world is Tanzania National Park. He is huge and has the largest animal wealth in the world. It was founded in 1951 and is one of the first in the world. Tourists love to visit the Serengeti during the animal migration period (October-November), when the chance of getting good photos is very high.
Johnston Canyon, Canada
The canyon consists of springs and waterfalls that create cascades, and freeze in winter, turning the place into a real fabulous ice kingdom.