When a traveler describes a location as “postcard-perfect,” the irony is that no postcard could do it justice. Of course, some incredible photographers can capture a place in light that the human eye can’t measure, though nothing beats the real thing, right?
The thing about the desert is its weather. The place looks majestic if it is calm and bright, but if it is windy and dusty, you can’t see much. One visitor remembers having a great time quad biking in the dunes of the Moroccan desert
Having lived in Cairo before, I am still in awe of the Pyramids. Having also visited them up close and even gone down into the bowels of Khufu the Great Pyramid, I will confirm that they look better from afar.
Google Vietnam’s natural beauty, and you will be dumbstruck by some variations; whether it is turret-like limestone mountains in Ninh Binh National Park or the sweeping Ha Long Bay, there is no end to stunning wild spaces.
Professional photographers get access to the attraction after visitors leave, giving them space to shoot those mesmeric curves. There’s a reason guides advise people to point cameras up; they must avoid the shuffling conga line of tourists.