Some of the most photogenic places in the World
Photographers appreciate the diversity of its grassy plains, and its areas of savannah and forest stand where volcanoes and rocky outcrops (known as ‘kopjes’). The Serengeti National Park is the perfect place if you want to capture in your goal the Big 5 , the five animals of Africa (lions, leopards, elephants, rhino and buffalo) or the great migrations.
The volcanic island of Santorini in Greece was born during the Minoan eruption, around 1600 BC Its whitewashed houses topped with lime cliffs, its central lagoon, archaeological sites and stunning views of the Aegean Sea are a the main tourist sites in the country … and a treat for photographers.
446 km long, 1,800 meters: the surreal rock formations of the Grand Canyon , carved by the Colorado River over millions of years, offer a variety of shapes and textures that defies Photoshop. Azure waterfalls are contrasted with the brown cliffs. A fascinating place to rediscover all season: winter snow, sunsets in summer, and in thunderstorms in the spring and fall
The incredible archaeological site of Angkor , abandoned in the 1400s, where the ruins of one of the capitals of the Khmer Empire. It comes in the form of a maze of walls, terraces, temples and water projects in the heart of the jungle, and offers a breathtaking panorama for photographers and filmmakers. The site has also served as a location in Lara Croft: Tomb Raider in 2001.
Bora Bora is the impression of going on holiday on your screen. This island paradise in the South Pacific has become a major tourist destination, yet offers a myriad of opportunities for photographers, fascinated by the unreal blue lagoons or marine life of coral reefs. The main island is also a former volcano.