4 Most Scenic Place for Your Selfies

“A good selfie is when you successfully capture the feeling of that very moment!”
― Anamika Mishra

Millenials nowadays are starting to evolve the normal life. Each day a birth of a new term or word is just an ordinary thing for them. An example of which is the word SELFIE. This word means a photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically one taken with a smartphone or webcam and shared via social media. In other words, it is just simply a picture of yourself, like those in your ID’s.

But as people strive for more adventures in life, selfies are done wild. It is wild enough that they spend more money just to capture the most outrageous background for one selfie.

“With the selfies, a photographer has finally found his place in a photograph.”
― Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

More and more people are still in search for the best place to take one good photo. A selfie has become a worldwide trend and is now becoming a must or an etiquette whenever you travel to some other places. With this, here are the 4 most scenic places to take your selfies with.

1.) Trolltunga, Norway

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“Be the woman who falls so deeply in love with herself that nothing can stop her from loving all of life!”
― Erin Fall Haskell

A selfie addict and an adventurer soul can never let Trolltunga, Norway pass off of their travel-lists. Trolltunga, (Troll’s Tongue in English), is a stunning cliff top. Hundreds of meters high over the Ringedalsvatnet Lake in Southern Norway this place is the perfect one for your selfie background. And if you are brave enough you either sit on the edge, make a jump shot, or even lie down on the edge. All you have to do is to go hike around 8-10 hours. Yes, taking selfies are never been as easy as clicking buttons and VOILA! a selfie is done.

“Don’t die without embracing the daring adventure your life was meant to be.” – Steve Pavlina

So if you want to slash off that list on your bucket lists goals then you better be prepared with a soul full of determination and will. Well, not just that because you also need to prepare your physical-self for the extreme hike to this place. But it is pretty sure enough that you will take more than one selfie during your journey so you better pack a lot of memory cards and batteries for your gadgets.

2.) Taj Mahal, India

Taj Mahal, India

“Not a piece of architecture, as other buildings are, but the proud passions of an emperor’s love wrought in living stones.”- Sir Edwin Arnold, English Poet

The Taj Mahal is such a perfect place to take a selfie. More than 3 million visitors flock to the white marble mausoleum each year just to visit this wonderful and marvelous place. Taj Mahal is India’s biggest tourist attraction and of course, it is the most photographed spot. So taking a selfie here is almost every traveler’s dream. And while your main goal here is just to take one selfie with Taj Mahal as your background, why not go for a little city tour. You can also explore your inner soul with some meditation like yoga session. India is the perfect place for some yoga, you know.

3.) Rainbow Mountain

Rainbow mountain

“It takes sunshine and rain to make a rainbow. There would be no rainbows without sunshine and rain.”
― Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart

Who would ever think that you can see a rainbow without little rain and sunshine? But if you are in great doubt then you better check the place for yourself. Known locally as Vinicunca, Peru’s Rainbow Mountain is a sight to be seen. The incredible stripes of reds, yellows, blues, and purples are thought to be caused by the erosion of sedimentary stone of different mineral composition. Access is limited by horseback or foot, so leave the stilettos at home and pack your comfy walking shoes, because you’re in for an overnight hike.

4.) Wormsloe Plantation

Wormsloe Plantation

“You must go on adventures to find out where you truly belong.” -Sue Fitzmaurice

If your soul wants some inner peace then you better check Wormsloe Plantation. This 822-acre historic site near Savannah is lined with 1.5 miles of live oak trees dripping with Spanish moss. It is one of the most photographed places in Georgia and when you see it in person, you will understand why. Pictures will be just an understatement of the place because what you see in person will never be the same with those photos. The place is more like a heaven on earth version of a plantation. You will never stop with just a single selfie in this place.

You might also find it looks familiar because Miley Cyrus filmed part of the movie The Last Song here. And, if you look really, really far in the distance, you’ll see NeNe Leakes nibbling on a peach.

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