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Kunkovice windmill, Southern Moravia ... another rarely visited location which offers exceptional views of ‘Moravian Holland’. Photo by @piotrskrzypiec9198.

From the new guide in our app (Shanghai by @oscartarneberg): Huangshan - the Yellow Mountain (黄山). OK, so this one isn’t really in Shanghai, but accessible and spectacular enough to warrant including in this guide.
A UNESCO heritage sight and one of China’s major tourist destinations, the soaring granite peaks and twisted pine trees of Huangshan, along with the “sea-like” clouds below, feature often in Chinese painting and literature. Today the area is a popular spot for photographers. The name Huangshan, or Yellow Mountain, was reportedly given to the mountain not because of its appearance, but in honour of the Yellow Emperor.

From new guide in our app - Cambridgeshire by Andrew Sharpe >> @sharpeimages.co.uk:
Riverside, Ely, Cambridgeshire.

Much of Ely riverside is a delight, often bustling with people and pleasure boats. One of the main watering holes along this part of the river is The Cutter Inn, a pub and restaurant which has been an attraction in itself for many decades. The name refers to the navvies (or cutters) who helped to dig out this section of the river when it’s course was changed around 1830.

Alnwick Castle and the River Aln, Northumberland by David Taylor. (New guide in our app!) Alnwick Castle is known as the ‘Windsor of the North’. Home to the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland, it's a popular tourist attraction, helped by its use as the exterior of Hogwarts in the first Harry Potter movies.

Use a wide-angle lens to include both the River Aln and Alnwick Castle. In summer there are often reeds growing on the bank of the river, which make good foreground interest. There are trees growing on the other side of the river. These can obscure important parts of the castle so pick your position carefully. An ND filter can help to blur the movement of the water and, if there's a breeze, the reeds and trees too. This helps to add a visual contrast to the stony solidity of the castle.

Lago Capri and Surrounds, Patagonia. Photo by @hougaard_malan.
The shoreline and surrounding hills offer fantastic potential for wide photos with reflections and/or autumn foliage below the mountains. There is a small viewpoint by the campsite that offers good height to compose some autumn foliage with the lake below. The best approach is to dedicate an afternoon to exploring this area for compositions.

Hall of Towers - Marina Walk Westside, Dubai. Photo by @marekkijevskyphotography.

The tallest block is located on the western side of Dubai Marina, the block is also known as the tallest block of supertall skyscrapers in the world because it contains some of the world's tallest residential towers, including Princess Tower, which is the tallest residential buildings in the world.

From SNAPP guide to photographing Bulgaria by Dancho Hristov; Ahtopol Lighthouse. 💙

We have a secret ... just for you:)) From SNAPP guide to photographing Yorkshire Dales National Park by @matrobinsonphoto: Above Raydale, Countersett. "This is one of those locations that I really shouldn't be sharing, as other than myself and my workshop clients I don't think anyone else has ever photographed it - it hasn't even got a name on the map! So if you want something different... then this is your location. It can look rather bleak at times, but this is what you get in the higher reaches of the Dales and, I admit, you do really have to work for a composition... but hopefully you'll find that it's worth it."

Lone Ranch Beach, Oregon Coast. Photo by @gregvaughn.
Little-known Lone Ranch Beach has a lot to offer for nature & landscape photography. A curve of sandy beach, often littered with interesting driftwood and clumps of seaweed, is bounded by rocky headlands. A good number of sea stacks and rock formations on the beach make this a good place for classic Oregon coast sunset images.

Kawuneeche Valley Overlook, Rocky Mountain National park. Photo by @erikstensland.

The view from here overlooks a portion of the Kawuneeche Valley which comes from the Arapahoe word for coyote. The Colorado River winds its way through this valley as it begins its incredible journey southward. In the distance can be seen Mount Baker and Mount Stratus keeping watch over the valley.

Lake Bled, Slovenia 🇸🇮 As you know, we're all about sharing the best locations with photographers, so we love it when you share your favourite spots with us! Thank you @dreamypixels for tagging #snappguides! Great photo!

Baslow Edge, Peak District National Park by James Grant.
Baslow Edge is a mile long gritstone edge that joins onto its more famous sibling, Curbar Edge. It is only separated by the road at Curbar Gap. While it may play second fiddle to Curbar Edge, it doesn't mean it lacks character. It has numerous weathered rock formations such as the Anvil Stone and the carved sheep feed boulders.

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