If you’re a photographer you have probably already started a bucket list of places you want to visit. Whether you’re interested in capturing people, animals, landscape or culture, consider visiting some of these places during your photographic journey.


1. St. Andrews Bay | South Georgia

A wild and windswept island, St. Andrews Bay is exceptionally remote: the closest land mass is Antartica, over 900 miles away. This undisturbed location makes the island a perfect home to an array of Antarctic wildlife including enormous elephant seals and - most impressively - hundreds of thousands of towering king penguins. Combine this with a backdrop of cutting blue waves and snow-capped peaks, and it's easy to see why St. Andrews Bay is a wildlife photographer's paradise. 

St Andrews Bay, South Georgia

2. Torres del Paine| Chile

Wrap up warm and take your camera to Torres del Paine in Chile. The natural landscape of this 935 square mile park provides gorgeous views of striking blue glaciers, towering mountains and beautiful turquoise waters.

Torres Del Paine-Chile