New answers tagged photography
Surely almost all adjacent countries allow you to do this between Scotland and England there are flags and signs you can stand next to on most routes between Germany and France (pic from http://www.islandvulnerability.org/borders.html#df) Between Spain and Gibraltar the list goes on and on, and pictures of many others can be found on that link above.
I asked one of the guards at Jeita Grotto and she answered that they had tourists leaving the marked trails to take pictures, maybe they destroyed some of the stalactites (or stalacmites?). It really is a pity though. The official photos that you can buy on CD (a Flash slideshow) are horrible. The lighting in the cave is much more beautiful than the ...
I am willing to contest the basic premise: despite several claims online, I won't accept that this train station is the second most photographed building in the southern hemisphere. That said, perhaps it depends on how you stretch the definition of 'building'. Not exactly scientific, but hard numbers nonetheless, I searched Flickr for... "machu picchu": ...
This is the sort of waffle that marketing people are very good at generating. It is positive in all the right ways, and negative in all the right ways. It's clever. Is it catchy? Yes. Is it carefully modest? Yes. (Note that it's not the MOST photographed.) Is it a slogan? Yes. Is it possible to disprove? No/unlikely. Are people likely to question it? No. ...
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