One of the most majestic things I have ever seen. Perched on every crevice was a pair; a pair of cameras.
Southernmost Point of the Continental US - Key West, United States
Apparently, if you look ready hard and the sea is still and the light is good, you can maybe see Cuba from this point. If you can barely see it with your eyes, what exactly is visible on your camera?
Santa Maria dell'Ammiraglio - Palermo, Sicily
The ceiling of this building is amazing. It’s all gold; gold and mosaics made in the 12th century. It’s impossible to capture in one look, you have to sit and stare and look and look. But, be careful while you sit and look, someone with a camera in their face may bump into you.
Thunder Cove Beach - Prince Edward Island, Canada
There is a particular rock on a particular beach on this tiny province in Canada (not pictured here). For some reason all the other rocks on the beach are not good enough to take a picture with. You have to go to this one particular rock to take a picture. There’s usually a queue, you may have to wait in line a bit, you might end up taking pictures with other rocks nearby.
Piazza San Marco - Venice, Italy
Did you know that a lot of people who are from Venice don’t live in Venice anymore? It has become too expensive for the locals. There is no space of Venetians in Venice, it has been taken over by tourists taking pictures with the pigeons.
Bab Bou Jeloud - Fes, Morocco
Do we sometimes, in the midst of all our photo-taking forget that these places are people’s homes?