World Travel Icons

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World Travel Icons

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Stock images of buildings, structures, landscapes etc that are instantly recognisable as being from a specific location/destination. These shots are iconic in all respects... perfect technical execution at the best possible time on a day with perfect conditions. Viewers will look at these and immediately think of the specific city or region. All people in the images are totally contemporary and involved in the situation... ie NOT posing for the camera.

Tags: travel icons   world travel icons   travel photography   iconic landscapes   iconic buildings   iconic structures  

Resources Link: Nat Geo's Top 10 Iconic Places To Photograph

Statistics: This lightbox contains 61 images from 11 photographers and has been viewed 3099 times since it was published on 12/31/2014 9:00:27 PM.

Photo Caption List

1. Hong Kong Island night image. Night photo of Hong Kong Island's wonderful lights.

2. San Marco Piazza Venice Italy. Vista of the famous San Marco Piazza, the main square of Venice.

3. Kew Royal Botanic Gardens England UK. Images of the Palm House and Temperate House at Kew Gardens. All originals in RAW format.

4. Santorini Greek Islands . Santorini one of the most photographed places on earth is part of a volcanic caldera formed 3600 years ago. It really is special. These images are mostly of Oia perched on top of the island Thira. All image originals are in RAW format 5184 x 3456

5. Floodlit Sydney Opera House sails, Australia. The quintessential Australian tourist icon, the Sydney Opera House is here photographed in the early evening while bathed in red floodlights during the "Paint the City Red" celebrations in Sydney.

6. Sydney Opera House, Australia night photography. Sydney Opera House taken from The Rocks area, February 2011 night time image

7. Tigers Nest Monastery in Bhutan. Tigers Nest Monastery, or Taktsang Goemba, is the number one attraction in Bhutan. Located high up a mountain on the top of a sheer cliff, it can only be reached by hiking (or on a horse) only a prayer flag adorned path that meanders up the mountainside.

8. Boudhanath Stupa in Kathmandu. One of the highlights of any visit to Kathmandu is Boudhanath Stupa, the largest stupa in Nepal. A UNESCO World Heritage site, it is dominated by the eyes of Buddha, peering in all 4 directions. Festooned with prayer flags, it is a photographers delight.

9. The Great Wall. The Great Wall meanders off into the distance at Mutianyu near Beijing.

10. Ayers Rock. Ayers Rock is one of the most well-known natural attractions in Australia. On a flat plain, this huge monolith has even more underground. As the sun slowly sets, the rock gradually changes colour, making it an ideal subject and time for photographers to visit.