National Geographic’s Jim Richardson – a photojournalist whose work first appeared in the National Geographic almost 30 years ago – was recently asked to compile a bucket list of his 10 most iconic places in the world for photographers. Apparently, it didn’t take long. Here are the 10 places he chose: Antarctica Venice, Italy Machu Picchu, Peru Stonehenge, England Taj Mahal, India Easter Island Ta Prahm Temple, Cambodia The Serengeti, Tanzania The Pyramids of Giza, Egypt Papua New Guinea Do you agree with Jim’s choices? If you were compiling your own list of iconic places to photograph, please tell us in the comments which locations you would choose.
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