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Photogenic places

Light is a determining element in photography, and some places are perfectly structured according to the hours of day and night. Indeed, the world is the perfect shelter for some of those incredible places where photogenicity is at its peak.
A first tour in South America is essential to discover one of the most photogenic places in the world, namely, the Salar de Uyuni desert in Bolivia. This desert covers an area of more than 10,000 km2 and is the largest salt desert in the world. Its extraordinary landscape is constantly evolving, especially with the impulse of the winds throughout the year. From January to March, rainfall floods the edges of the Salar de Uyuni and covers them with about thirty centimeters of water, offering a beautiful photography perspective. The local fauna is also rather interesting. In the United States, Antelope Canyon is one of the most famous gorges in the Southwest, and it is a pure wonder of nature. Two gorges separate Antelope Canyon, including Upper Antelope Canyon and Lower Antelope Canyon. They offer many possibilities for photos. Also, take advantage of the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador if you plan to take some lovely photos. The unique fauna and flora will be in the spotlight of your photos. Moreover, you should know that the Galapagos Islands were classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978. On the other side of the planet, the temples of Angkor in Cambodia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are true masterpieces. The location right in the middle of the tropical jungle of the Tonle Sap makes it the perfect place for photos. Some will be able to appreciate the beauty of the landscape with the hot air balloon flight that offers an incredible photogenic panorama at sunset. The top of the main sanctuary is also very interesting for photographs. A little further, Goreme National Park and the rock art sites of Cappadocia in Turkey are beautiful. The landscape is striking in this place because it is sculpted by the erosion at the origin of the mountain ridges, valleys, and peaks known as fairy chimneys. Once again, the hot air balloon visit is essential, but this time, you have to opt for the sunrise to make the most of the photogenicity of the place. Europe also has its share of photogenic locations, and one of them is Greece. Santorini, one of the Cyclades islands in the Aegean Sea, is the most spectacular island, with cube-shaped white houses hanging on the cliffs that overlook the underwater crater. The most photogenic part of Santorini is observed when arriving by boat on the island. The tip of the village of Oia at sunset is a moment not to be missed. Ireland is also known as a highly prized place for its photogenicity. It is mainly the Cliffs of Moher, which are fascinating by their beauty and vertiginous slopes. In these places, the panorama of the ocean is extraordinary. Especially since the atmosphere that emanates from this place has something very magical. On the African side, many let themselves be carried away by the beauty of the Dead Vlei in the Namib desert. It lies in Namib-Naukluft National Park, and Dead Vlei means the dead swamp. It is a white clay basin near the Sossusvlei salar, and this site is breathtaking since the highest dunes in the world surround it. In addition, black trees exacerbate the photogenicity of the place. There, it is an unforgettable show that will present itself to you. In the planet's southern hemisphere, Milford Sound in New Zealand is described by some as the eighth wonder of the world. It is a fjord that was carved by glaciers during the Ice Age. The rock walls, the multiple peaks, the depth of the landscape, and the dozens of waterfalls reinforce the photogenic power of this place.
Photogenic places
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