Top 15 Best Tourist Photos | Amazing, brave, crazy, illegal, cool … these are the best tourist photos taken in 2017.
George W Hatcher took this photo a stone’s throw from launch pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, U.S. He was just in the right place at the right time to take this cellphone snapshot. There is no fishing allowed in this area, so the fish are abundant. He was watching a school of mullet swim in the Banana River, when an alligator floated through and the fish parted way around him, unimpressed.
Photo taken by Samarth Mehrotra. He took this one at Coaker’s Walk, which mimics a pathway to heaven.
An epic photo taken by Bryn Forbes. This lioness was returning from across a river in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. She had successfully hunted something, to fetch the rest of her pride. “The lioness walked along the river, stopping to evaluate many crossing points and hissing at the water, until she chose to cross right in front of us. After exploding across the river, she calmly strolled past the photographer. The pride was too sleepy to go at first but they eventually got up to cross the river. At first the kids didn’t go so the mothers crossed, crossed back, crossed again then bluffed and left, came back. We had seen what we thought might be an alligator floating down the river. I’m all for the circle of life and what not but I didn’t want to see these cute lion cubs hurt!”
Geisha: Photo taken by David K. Smith – 2016, Kyoto, Japan.
Aaron Rotschild: “Taken around 11pm the night I arrived to pre-camp – had to jump of this tower I was building grab my camera and start shooting. I didn’t have a great tripod, so i couldn’t zoom in anymore, and the moon started getting further and further away as I was trying to stabilize the camera … this was one of the better shots. See more Burning Man Pics at http://www.rothytography.com/
In case you get caught: you will be going to jail for 3 years. Climbing up the Pyramids of Giza is forbidden.
Photograph of the breathtaking Hani Rice Terraces, found in the mountains above Yuanyang, in south-west China. They are often described as the ‘stairway to heaven’ because of the vast layers of land reaching heights of up to 2000 meters above sea level. Yuanyang county lies at an altitude ranging from 140 along the Red River up to nearly 3000 metres above sea level in the Ailao mountains and is about 50km north of the border with Vietnam.
During the winter to early spring season the entire field is irrigated with spring water from the forest above to rejuvenate and prepare for the next growing season. There is only one harvest per year for the Yuanyang Rice Terrace and planting occurs from March to November every year.
Juliana Rocha took this photo inside the Tower of Belem (Lisbon, Portugal).
Veselin Malinov – probably one of the best photos ever captured.
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