1. London, England
The many historic buildings throughout the city are one of the reasons London remains the most photographed destinations in the country. The Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and the Shard are main themes in visitor’s photographic memorabilia.
2. Edinburgh, Scotland
The number of castles located around the city is some of the reasons Edinburgh is one of the top photographic destinations in Britain. Sitting atop an ancient volcanic rock and overlooking the ocean, the 17th century Edinburgh Castle provides amazing snapshots at any angle.
3. Wiltshire, England
The name of this destination does not immediately spark recognition, but many know the famous landmark called Stonehenge. The many photographs captured of this mysterious location ranges from silhouettes of the massive stones against early morning or sunset skies to aerial photographs of the entire location.
4. Dover, England
Found on the southeastern coast of England, the white Cliffs of Dover offer scenic possibilities whether standing on top of the chalky cliffs or gazing at the hills from across from the pebbled beaches.
5. County Antrim, Ireland
Formed on the Northern Ireland coast, the Giant’s Causeway is one of the more unusual photogenic sites in Great Britain. Approximately 40,000 interlocking columns span from beneath the sea to the cliffs.
6. Glen Nevis, Scotland
Located in the picturesque Scottish Highlands, Glen Nevis offers everything from lush, rolling valleys to the peaks of Ben Nevis in a single snapshot frame. The amazing beauty of the destination played a backdrop in the filming of “Braveheart,” “Harry Potter,” and “Rob Roy.”
7. The Lake District
This mountainous destination in northwest England features forests, lakes and mountains with quaint communities that include Bowness-on-Windermere and Keswick.
8. Cambridge, England
Standing on a bridge overlooking the river, Cambridge University and the surrounding landscape creates a picture from decades gone by. The sprawling green lawns combined with the historic buildings of the city provide the perfect setting for a day filled with picture taking.
9. Llanberis, England
Established at the gateway of the Snowdonia National Park in north Wales, Llanberis village and the surrounding areas offer natural rugged beauty. The ruins of the 13th century Dolbadarn Castle, Snowdon Mountain and Padarn Lake are but a few of the scenic locations.
10. Polperro, England
Situated on the southwest peninsula of England lies the timeless Cornwall village of Polperro. Here visitors find the small fishing community featuring a crowded array of fisherman’s houses and winding streets constructed on the slopes overlooking the harbor.