The top 10 things to do in Cinque Terre!! Enjoy the italian riviera.
A forest is a wonderful place where you can truly relax and get closer to nature. I find forest photography to be incredibly difficult because it is very challenging to convey the feeling and experience that you have. There is an abundance of patterns, colours and events popping in front of your eyes which makes it hard to decide on a composition.
Ireland is probably a place that does not make the cut for people seeking hot and sunny holidays, especially in winter. However, what it lacks in weather, it more than make up for it with its friendly attitude and the amazing scenery observable around the country. To my surprise, I did not have enough of it and I am planning another trip there in a few weeks!
Museums are great places to learn and discover interesting facts. They can also be a good ground for photography (especially when it rains outside!!).
If you are planning a trip to India, Udaipur is a strong candidate. Deemed the most romantic city in Rajasthan, Udaipur is a culturally and historically rich city. Its architectural heritage and the natural features surrounding the city will provide a great opportunity to make wonderful photography shots.
One of the most charming cities in Belgium, Bruges, also known as Venice of the North, is a fantastic destination for a relaxing weekend. This exquisite town can be a great background for your photography. By walking in the photogenic town centre, you will get numerous opportunities to use your camera. This remarkable city has retained so many period buildings (the centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site).
A weekend in Venice can be the perfect getaway for those looking for a city filled with history and art. Add a touch of romanticism and an amazing food scene, you will not regret a trip to Venice. Prepare your camera and batteries as the photography opportunities will be at every corner.
"Allow me to state here how much I love Barcelona, an admirable city, a city full of life, intense, a port open to the past and future" Le Corbusier