Top 15 Dreaming Landscape Photography Destinations

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Every corner of the earth has beautiful views, I selected 15 landscape destionations from the perspective of landscape photographers.

#1 Iceland

Iceland is a paradise for photographers and travelers, because the nature of Iceland is not only beautiful, but also full of visual impact, with many unique landscapes that are not found elsewhere in the world.

Although Iceland is a small country, it is rich in natural and cultural resources, and strong contrasts can be seen everywhere. Whether you are a professional landscape photographer or a photography enthusiast, or someone who just wants to record travel memories by taking photos, whether you want to photograph nature, animals, people, the midnight sun in summer, or the aurora in the winter night, everyone can find surprises in Iceland. / Birgir Sigurðsson

#2 Tuscany, Italy

Tuscany is located in central Italy, covering an area of ​​more than 20,000 square kilometers and a total population of about 4 million.

Tuscany also has fascinating natural and cultural scenery, and its shallow hilly continuous landforms are scattered with beautiful pastoral and ancient towns.

Similar landscapes on the earth are only owned by Tuscany in Italy and Palouse in the United States, and the latter has long been known as the "photographer's secret paradise".

In fact, Tuscany has always been the soul of Italy, and is called the most beautiful part of Italy. Tuscany is a palette of nature, changing the colors of the four seasons; it is the real picturesque four seasons, and it is simply another "photographer's secret paradise". / Stefano Termanini

#3 Patagonia

Patagonia is one of the most beautiful regions on earth. Patagonia is neither a country nor a province. It is a plateau area equally divided by Argentina and Chile. The western section belongs to Chile, the eastern section belongs to Argentina, the eastern section has better places, and the western section is particularly deserted. The scenery on both sides is completely different. Very different geomorphic environment.

On the border between Argentina and Chile, which is the last land before reaching the Antarctic, the Andes blocked the clouds and rain and built a magnificent snow mountain fortress, dotted with sapphire lakes and red woods.

Mountaineers love the cliffs here because they are steep and changeable, and they always test the courage of mankind. Outdoor enthusiasts regard this as a paradise because it is the strongest combination of various landforms. / Jkboy Jatenipat

#4 Guilin, China

Guilin is one the most beautiful places for photography and travelling in China with its unique karst landforms.

Kasrt mountains along the Li River, cormorant fishermen, countryside scenery with bufflos, rice terraces with long hair minority women are all the points that you should mark Guilin on your backlist. / Mercier Zeng

#5 Torres Del Paine, Chile

No other mountain range can be confused with the majestic Torres del Paine in Chile. These mountains have very particular shapes and colors and make the perfect subject for pictures. The whole national park is incredible and really diverse, and it deserves to be on top of everyone’s bucket list. / Chris Momberg

#6 Meteora, Greece

It is said that Hayao Miyazaki's inspiration for creating the Sky City came from this. Due to the unique topography, the towering rocks are like a bridge between the sky and the ground. For the devout monks who need to meditate, this is an excellent place to practice. / Michael Coffman

#7 New Zealand

Whether you are a professional photographer or an avid photo sharing enthusiast, New Zealand can present your shots with unimaginable goals.

Landscape scenery mainly focus on the south island of New Zealand.

From magnificent mountain tops to frenzy coasts to vibrant urban centers, New Zealand is a photographer's paradise. Here, the magnificent scenery and evergreen forests contain endless opportunities to help you capture stunning photos.

In summer, fully enjoy the long days and warm golden sunshine. At the end of summer and into autumn, people leave the outdoors, leaving behind the vast countryside and the blue sky.

Snow-capped mountain peaks, cloud-filled scenery and cheerfully jumping waterfalls are the constant melody of winter. In spring, the weather picks up, the earth recovers, all kinds of wild flowers bloom, and wild animals play happily. / Mercier Zeng

#8 Valensole, France

Near the small village of Valensole, in Southern France, there are dozens of lavender fields. As far as your eye can see, there are purple fields in every direction along the road, sometimes followed by sunflower fields. This place is a feast for the eye and a great photography location. / Stefano Pistis

#9 Alaska, USA

Alaska is located at the northwestern tip of the North American continent and is an "enclave" outside of the United States.

Alaska has the most primitive alpine ice fields, glacial lakes, glaciers, virgin forests and meadows, etc. There are many special polar plants and wild animals.

Alaska has about 3 million lakes and the number of national parks is the first in the United States. It has 17 of the 20 highest mountains in the United States. The 6,194-meter McKinley is the highest peak in North America, and most of the world's active glaciers are in its territory. The unique natural environment has created beautiful Alaska, and thus won the title of "the last virgin land on earth".

A famous person once said: If you are still young, don't come to Alaska, because after you see the scenery here, the rest of the world will feel dull. / Peter Glenday

#10 Machu Picchu

As one of the "New Seven Wonders of the World", Machu Picchu is Peru's No. 1 must-see. When you ascend the commanding heights and overlook this "lost Inca city", you certainly don't want to ruin all your memories with a slightly embarrassing "tourist photo". / Mingchuan Wang

#11 Dolomites, Italy

Speaking of mountains, the Dolomites are among the most beautiful ones. Autumn is a magical time of the year to visit this area of Italy; it is not too cold and the villages are surrounded by beautiful tones of yellow, orange, and red. / Hans DeBruyn

#12 Gasadalur, Faroe Islands

Gasadalur is the last village on the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic with road access. There are only 16 indigenous people on the island.

The creek in the village fell directly from the cliff into the Atlantic Ocean, becoming an unforgettable waterfall wonder.

Before 2004, this quiet and remote village could only be reached by ship or walking over the mountains. Now a tunnel has been opened next to the village, and villagers can communicate directly with the outside world. / Csilla Zelko

#13 Norway

Norway, a fjord country, from the Wallanger Fjord in the north to the Oslo Fjord in the south, one by one, these endless tortuous fjords and countless glacial relics constitute a magnificent and exquisite fjord scenery. / Ole Henrik Skjelstad

#14 Switzerland

The beautiful fairyland that touches the soul, the beautiful and quiet atmosphere, the pure scenery like a fairy tale... Switzerland has satisfied people's illusions about paradise on earth. / Brad Mitchell

#15 The Old Man of Storr, Scotland

The Isle of Skye in Scotland is one of the most beautiful locations for photographers, mostly because it has an exceptionally high concentration of different landscapes. One of these is the Old Man of Storr, a large pinnacle of rock that stands high and can be seen for miles around. The view from the top of the track is just fantastic. / Luke Hanna

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