A camera is one of the most important things to bring to any journey. Travelers make sure that they have it with them every time they go somewhere, anywhere. There is truly nothing like having a remembrance of great places that one has visited. When it comes to collecting memories, cameras are certainly the best gadgets to use. Below are some of the amazing places that are great for taking photos.

India

India’s culture is filled with the most photogenic people and places. The Taj Mahal in Agra is considered to be one of the most beautiful structures ever made, the The Jantar Mantar and the Amber fort have magnificent architectures, and the Red Fort in Delhi will certainly make any photo beautiful.

Greece

Greece is known as the cradle of civilization, where many firsts have taken place. It is home to many attractions that have been around for thousands of years. Having photographs of the Acropolis of Athens, Phaistos in Crete, and the archeological ruins in Mycenae will surely give anyone street cred in photography. Surely it’s something special to have images of places older that anything else you’ve ever seen.

Nepal

Go to Thamel, a tourist district in Nepal, and you’d see more foreigners than locals. Ninety percent of the time, these people have cameras in their hands. Aside from the great mountains of the Himalayas, Nepal is home to so much photogenic places such as the Buddhist stupa of Boudhanath, the ancient town of Bkatapur, and of course, the snow-capped mountains of Mt. Everest.

Austria

Austria is the best place to take pictures of modern cities and great natural scenery. There are very few places in the world that has a surreal sight of the Alps in a busy town—Innsbruck will definitely give you that winning shot that is so surreal, you’d think the image was photoshopped.

Papua New Guinea

Aside from the great views in Papua New Guinea, the best photographs that come out from this place is that of the people. Many tribes in the country allow tourists who take interest in cultures that have been preserved for thousands of years. Tribes and islands in the country such as Bago-Bago and the indigenous people of the Southern Highlands will surely give you great shots.

Thailand

Thailand is home to many great temples and stupas that will look good in any photograph. The Grand Palace, the Wat Prakeaw, and Wat Pho has some of the best structures that are feast for the eyes. This place is simply unique, and there is no place else in the world that has these kinds of sites.

Mexico

There is so much more than bright-colored ponchos and great food in Mexico. Take pictures of towering cathedrals and churches as you walk along the streets. Mexico City, Puerto Vallarta, and Cabo San Lucas are just some of the most photogenic spots. If you’re looking to take photos of more nature-related sites, the beaches and scenery at Cancun are your best destinations.

 

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