Being the second biggest country in the world, Canada has a galore of beautiful spots. From parks to waterfalls, here are some of the photogenic places in Canada.
Though the whole Banff National Park is photogenic, Moraine is definitely the most impressive one: Turquoise-hued lake with a blurred reflection of beautifully snow-capped mountains, isn’t it enough to praise this magical place?
Its proximity to the North Magnetic Pole makes it one of the photogenic places in Canada. Flat landscape and dark skies will offer you with the best view to witness one of those majestic phenomena of nature.
The picture below itself explains why it is a photogenic place. Being the highest mountains in Canada east of the Rockies, the place offers you with some incredible shots.
BC Legislature Building
Surrounded by trimmed lawns, fountains and statues on Victoria’s Inner Harbour, the BC Legislature Building is of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture.
Who doesn’t know this beauty? Niagra Falls is one of the top attractions for tourists. Waterfalls are always photogenic, but Niagra is definitely another level.
For the best Toronto skyline shot, catch the ferry to the Toronto Islands. From here, visitors can capture the skyline in all its glory, including the all-important CN Tower.
Constructed in the late 19th century, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Ottawa, Rideau Canal is worth-visiting in both winters and summers. In winter, the canal transformed into a popular ice-skating arena.
Completed in the 19th century, Notre-Dame Basilica is one of Canada’s most beautiful churches and a National Historic Site.