We all have seen the beauty of famous landmarks of the world. In pictures and up-close, you will be amazed at how magnificent the structures are. But have you ever wondered what it would look like if it was not seen from a close view?
This collection of photos just shows that perspective is an important factor in producing good or bad images. Well-known landmarks have always captivated the hearts of people and for those who haven’t been to any of them all they have is envy for people who have actually visited the locations.
Sometimes, photography can be misleading. Add to that the technology of post-photo editing, anyone can make an ordinary-looking object look like a million-dollar snapshot.
But the different perspectives of these landmarks do not mean that they are less beautiful than how people already see them. The best examples are Greece’s Acropolis and New York’s Central Park, which—when viewed from above—are just as splendid, if not more, as they are up-close.
1. Pyramids of Giza, Egypt
For a moment there, the pyramids lost their magnificent appeal.
2. Mount Rushmore, South Dakota, USA
Who would’ve thought, the majestic Mount Rushmore would look ordinary from above.
3. Forbidden City, Beijing, China
I almost missed it.
4. The Stonehenge, England
What do you think of the Stonehenge from above?
5. Brandenburg Gate, Berlin
Not quite dramatic as it looks up-close.
6. The Acropolis, Greece
The ruins are still breathtakingly beautiful.
7. Taj Mahal, India
Taj Mahal’s beauty is always perfectly captured in photographs. But when seen from afar and with slum areas visible, it’s a different story.
8. Niagara Falls, USA/Canada
9. Christ the Redeemer, Brazil
You have to admit, the aerial view is stunning.
10. Central Park, NYC, USA
The Central Park viewed from above is spectacular.
11. Little Mermaid Statue, Denmark
Photoshop here played a very important role.
12. Santorini, Greece
I don’t know about you, but Santorini still looks gorgeous from afar.
13. Hollywood, California
When viewed from afar, it’s not as awesome as it is up close.
14. Machu Picchu, Peru
This zoomed out photo of the Peruvian ruins shows that the iconic landmark retains its magnificence.
15. Mona Lisa, Louvre, Paris
From afar, the painting looks like any other piece of artwork put up in an exhibit.
16. Arc de Triomphe, Paris, France
This landmark is even more stunning from the aerial view.
Leonardo di Caprio’s Private Island Is Absolute Bliss
Leonardo di Caprio owns a private island and it is just superbly amazing!
Apart from the fact that Leonardo di Caprio happens to be a handsome, talented and very rich actor, he also is the owner of a private island that is pure bliss. All that is missing now is an Oscar award which he very well deserves, right?
Here's a look of di Caprio's island from the crystal waters.
This is the exact location of the island in Belize.
10 Kinds of Hotel Guests You Should Never Be
Are you an annoying hotel guest? Find out if you happen to be one of them in the list provided.
Travelers these days seem to have higher expectations than usual when it comes to staying in hotels. With the number of hotel chains available, choosing one that best fits your needs is actually an easy task. What is often left behind because of such high expectations is one's etiquette or common courtesy if you will.
Getting the complimentary upgrade or that stellar service is something that we all want, however it still is important not to leave your good manners at the doorstep. Avoid being any of the following hotel guests if you don't want to end up not getting that upgrade you've been dreaming of.
Don't start with your rewards status before actually stating your name upon arrival at the front desk.
Just so you know, the front desk agent doesn't really care if you happen to be a preferred or platinum member. What he needs to know to process your reservation is your name. Remember that if you want that upgrade, the front desk agent has to like you well enough in the first ten seconds of interaction. Sure, your rewards status will get you the awesome room, but it might be beside the noisy elevator.
Your Travel Guide to the Best Low Budget Destinations Around the World
Just because you’re on a shoestring budget doesn’t mean you can no longer travel the world. Here are some of the most affordable tourist destinations you can start with.
Traveling is as they say, one of the best teachers and the best way to make good memories. The sad part is, not everyone can actually afford to book expensive trips because they happen to be tied down to a shoestring budget. The good news is that there are budget friendly destinations that have as many beautiful sandy beaches and amazing cuisines as those that are pricey.
This country is a fabulous tourist destination with over half of the people, at least 25 and below. The city of Cape Town offers a lot of low budget tourist fun activities to do and offers an amazing view of the sea. Accommodations are budget friendly as well compared to other hotel competitions.
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