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The 25 Best Places to Photograph on Planet Earth

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    Not that I agree or disagree since I have not been around the world to photograph it this is what popular photography thinks are the 25 best places on the planet to photograph, if anything some very awesome photos.

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    sadly I've never been to any and even more sadly, probably never will.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wicked Dark View Post
    sadly I've never been to any and even more sadly, probably never will.
    That make two of us. :(

    nice find AcadieLibre

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    And me three but Manitoba and Australia is in the mix so we're represented

    Honestly, I think we can find wonderful scenes all over the world. Those are just the 25 EASIEST places to take great photographs.
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    Well I've been to the first one (pre-digital unfortunately), but got tired of clicking by the 5th one and gave up! I wonder who's bright idea was it to put each one on it's own page. They must be desperate for page impressions
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    Nice post here AL. I've been to El Castillo in Mexico and must say the whole site is pretty darn amazing and so photo worthy - that is if you can go or get shots without many tourists around .....which isn't often. Seeing and shooting Petra has been on my "dare-to-dream" bucket list for a long time now.
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    Thanks for the share A.L. - just shared it as well.
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    I agree ... it's a bit one-eyed to make a statement like "the 25 best places" but there are some very nice scenes in there indeed. Some rather average ones too.

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