Sometimes you need to get lost in order to find yourself. To travel, to feel, to see… To live. And some places are like magnets that you are drawn to and have breathtaking scenery that you simply enjoy more. Of course, everybody have different opinion which places are good for them; some like icy mountains, some hot, sunny beaches and some like lakes with glass surfaces. That’s why this is just a short list that may give you some ideas on where to travel next so you can capture great photos. If your time for vacation is not up yet, check how we can make stunning collage from your previous holidays. So weather you choose to travel or not, enjoy and feel free to give us your destination suggestions.
1. Santorini, Greece
No, this is not a photoshop, there are no filters and no overlays; this is just a regular sunset at small town of Oia in Santorini, Greece. This magical island located in Aegean Sea, with its official name Thira, is hardly to believe just what remained after a big volcanic eruption. Along with the magnificent view over the caldera, Santorini is best known for its famous sunsets that represent unique event where hundreds of people salute sun’s spectacular diving into the sea with applause. So you surely can’t go wrong when making photos here, especially if your preferences are narrow streets, artistic galleries and delicious taverns.
2. Venice, Italy
Gondoliers, cappuccino, seagulls… The famous floating city in Italy lies on number of islands connected with canals and bridges. City is surrounded by water and flooding is a normal occurrence that happens several times a year. However, this doesn’t stop Venice to be a sophisticated example of a true photo destination that will enchant all your senses.
3. Stonehenge, England
Myths and theories surround colossal stones built at the same time as pyramids, which create a circle in Wiltshire, England. Question mainly goes around one thing – was their purpose ritualistic, healing, acoustic? Even though these huge stones are one of most investigated monuments, they stubbornly keep their secret to themself. Some suggest presence of supernatural powers and maybe that’s why so many people continue to come back here. Whatever the reason, Stonehenge is definitely a great place to think about our existence and make perfect photographs.
4. French Alps, France
Even if you are not a skier or snowboarder, French Alps have plenty to offer; next to glamorous resorts, there are rafting, biking and even golfing. But most importantly there’s the astonishing scenery of one of the largest mountain chains in Europe. Besides its gorgeous surroundings with many lakes and villages, French Alps have natural beauty and the tallest mountain in France, Mont Blanc. Even in the summer you can enjoy French Alps when melting snow reveals fantastic greenery, so you will surely get sensational shots all year round.