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4 destinations for the 4 seasons if you are fan of photography

Not everything in the holidays will be monuments, mojitos, endless walks and days of beach in which you do not take the sands from one day to another. There are people whose vacation periods are seen through the lens of their inseparable camera, so we've been thinking of suggesting four destinations for four seasons if you're a big fan of photography.

Of course there are not all who are or are not all who are, but it has seemed to us that the splendor of nature deserves these four destinations (plus some more suggestion) for its color and its magnificence. Open to new ideas, however.

Japan in Spring

Perhaps one of the most overwhelming images of nature in full expression is when cherry blossoms in Japan. Those trees covered entirely by white and pink flowers, the Sakura, which covers everything and endow the landscape with a marvel for sight and for one who knows how to capture that beauty with the lens of his camera. One of the most fascinating sites is Takato Castle Ruins Park in Nagano, a city with more than 700 years of history and in which more than 1500 cherry trees flourish for a week, approximately at the beginning of April. Yes, about 400,000 people come every year to see them.

Norway in Summer

People may think that the best thing about visiting Norway is to go in winter to catch the snow and its white splendor, but no, the show that produces the Midnight Sun in the Baltic summer, will not let you sleep, and not only because it looks 24 hours a day, but because the colors are fascinating. A sun that does not set, a sunset that never ends and when it seems that it goes back and returns to look. Fantastic the page of tourism of Norway that advises to you how to make the best use of your photographs, because that is what you will go to.

New England in Autumn

The arrival of autumn in New England will cause the green of the trees to be changed into a kaleidoscope of colors that go by hue that the human eye would not believe. Depending on which part you can go before or after in the year, but know that in the area north of Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire the splendor will be in late September, mid-October and further south in Massachusetts and Rhode Island And along the coast of New Hampshire and southern Maine will last well into November. Of course it is easy to find tours chasing that colorful, and even a kind of search of colors of foliage.

Alaska in winter

Obviously if a boat soon tell you to go to Alaska in winter may seem like the worst idea in the world, but if you are a big fan of photography and you want to observe in its full glory the Polar Auroras this is your site and this is you station. Explained as awkward a Polar Aurora (boreal in the northern hemisphere, southern in the south) is a phenomenon in the form of brightness or luminescence that occurs in the night sky, usually in polar zones. I think the photo explained it better than I did. Of course it is also easy to find a tour that takes you to see them and do not miss a beat.
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