Most Photogenic and breathtaking places in the world
world's amazingly photogenic locations with breathtaking beauty to enjoy.
Unfolding along the meandering River Seine, Parisis home to more iconic eye candythe Eiffel Tower (pictured), Notre Dame Cathedral, the Arc de Triomphe, the list goes onthan any other city on earth. Beyond these bigticket items are myriad palaces, squares, museums, bridges, gardens and churches, among other lenspleasers, not to mention the French capitals fashionably attired and alluringly accented population.
2. Lake Louise Alberta Canada
Its difficult to conceive of a more picturesque alpine scene: Take 800 square metres of emeraldgreen, canoefriendly lake, wrap it in dramatic Rocky Mountain peaks (pictured), and add a glittering glacier at one end. When the waters freeze in winter,Lake Louiseis arguably even more scenic, with skaterscrisscrossing the ice, festive fairy lights adorning the hotel and avalanches rumbling down the surrounding slopes.
3. Rio de Janeiro
You rarely have to ask cariocas to say cheese! when snapping a photo. Residents of Brazils largest city already have plenty of reasons to smile: Lush, hilly surroundings that culminate in the iconic Sugerloaf and Corcovado mountains; Ipanema Beach and the Copacabana Promenade, where buff bodies squeeze into the skimpiest of swimwear; the annual Carnival celebrations in February or March; and the 2014 FIFA World Cup final, where a Brazil victory would turn smiles into ecstasy.
4. Petra Jordan
If everything looks better through rosecoloured glasses, then rosecoloured light should produce better photos. It certainly does in this World Heritage Site, which is revered by photographers for its striking sandstone facades (pictured) framed by narrow stone passageways, as well as for theinimitable desert light that givesPetra its nickname: The Rose City.
5. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Australia
TheGreat Barrier Reefis the worlds largestcoral reefsystemand by far the biggest structure made by living organismswith more than 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands stretching 2,600pluskilometres. TheMarine Park, meanwhile, protects thousands of species of whales, dolphins, turtles, fish, coral and more. All of this draws waterproof cameratoting divers from around the world.
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