It is a must for an England tourist to make pictures of England and it is even better to do it on a specially organized tour of England to make photos and see the diversity of its landscape. England is enviably photogenic and a rich destination, and if you look through the pictures of England, available for sale either in the stores or online, you will notice that pictures of the same places, but made by different people, are never similar. England is like a model, but unlike the latter, the region does not need to change its clothes and make up to be different every time.
Here are some suggestions of where to go to make pictures of England that can largely contribute to your home collection and enrich your understanding of the diverse England landscape. Certainly, London and Oxford are legendary destinations for England photography. London is amazing by day with its Waterloo Bridge, Tower Bridge and Millennium Bridge, Globe Theater, London Tower and Big Ben, and even its red pillar boxes, red telephone boxes, red buses and yellow taxes produce a charming and distinctive photo landscape. Oxford is beautiful in its university style architecture, which has not changed, but expanded for centuries.
England prehistoric stones surely form a special landscape for photography. The renowned Stonehenge is the most impressive of all, but other dozens of ancient stone monoliths are none the less unique and beautiful. The Cerne Abbas giant near Dorchester is 55m (180ft) high and 51m (167) wide and cut into the turf down to the underlying chalk. His distinguishable feature is an erect phallus and testicles, which indicate that fertility rites were practiced there. One of the best-preserved dolmens is Chun Quoit near Penzance, Cornwall. Thousands of years ago, it was a closed chamber and now its mushroom-domed capstone measures 3.3m (11ft) by 3m (10ft) with the maximum thickness of 0.8m (2ft 7in). Other stone celebrities include the King Stone, Avebury, Adam's Grave and the Merry Maidens to name, but a few.
England is an open field for pictures England medieval, as it has dozens of castles, built hundreds years ago. The Arundel Castle, located in Arundel, West Sussex, was home of the Dukes of Norfolk for over x hundred years and is a masterpiece of the Gothic architectural style. The Warwick Castle is one of the better-preserved castles in Warwickshire, impressive with its curtain walls, portcullis, and murder holes. The Tintagel Castle in Cornwall is a wonderful setting for any photographer, hardly found anywhere else. Situated on the rock, this romantic Roman ruin is surrounded by Roman and Dark Ages remains and waves, crashing all around.
For the scenery pictures of England, choose Cornwall for a start. The region is famous for the most spectacular coastal scenery, found nowhere else in Britain and many tourists specially visit Cornwall to take coastal photos. The Derbyshire Peak District with over thirteen million people, living within 70 miles of the area, is another region of the outstanding natural beauty. Take pictures of Mam Tor, the Vale of Edale, and pictures of Ladybower and Derwent reservoirs. Many photographers find the Peak District especially beautiful for pictures in winter.