A picture is worth a thousand words, and the world needs more of them.
A picture should not be the last word on what makes a place great.
So, which countries are the best to visit?
A list of the best places to visit from around the world is below.
And don’t forget to check out the top 10 most photographed places around the globe.
Read on for the 10 best pictures from each country.
Iceland, Icelanderland 2.
Russia, Moscow 3.
Canada, Toronto 4.
Sweden, Stockholm 5.
Finland, Helsinki 6.
New Zealand, Wellington 7.
Brazil, Rio de Janeiro 8.
Germany, Berlin 9.
Australia, Sydney 10.
United States, San Francisco 1.
Icelanderlands The island nation of Icelanderlanders has its own unique beauty to it.
The capital is Reykjavik and the country’s capital is in the far north of the country.
Its a tiny nation and has a population of just under 3,000.
It’s one of the poorest countries in the world and its tourism industry is one of its biggest sources of income.
But it’s also home to some of the most spectacular natural beauty.
It’s hard to get a good picture of Reykjax without a tripod, so I decided to take some of my best photos here.
I’m sure most of you have seen this photo from the back of a car on the highway.
It was taken from a bike on the Reykjakuris island of Uitlandjökull, but you can see the sun setting over the surrounding countryside here.
This was taken by a tourist from New Zealand who was going to visit Iceland in the spring of 2016.
I would have loved to take a picture of this scenery but it was too cold and I didn’t have a tripod.
Finland This Finnish city is a real gem and a city to visit if you’re in the city center.
It has a great nightlife, and there are some fantastic restaurants and bars.
Sweden Sweden is a small country in the middle of Europe.
But I’m not a big fan of its small size.
I like the way it has its people in its heart, and I love how it has been so active in the fight against climate change.
The Swedish capital is Stockholm and it’s one the world’s biggest cities.
Australia Australia is one half of the world.
But like many other countries, it’s struggling with climate change and its economy is one where climate change has an impact on the quality of life.
New York City, New York I would like to start off by saying this is one photo that I would never take again.
This photo of New York, New Yorkers, taken in May 2017.
A photo is worth one thousand words and I’m lucky enough to have a camera that has a 1,000 words function.
This is my version of a photo from that moment.
Denmark I’m in Copenhagen and I can’t get enough of this beautiful city.
Its been described as one of Europe’s most beautiful cities.
Denmark is a Nordic country and the capital is Copenhagen.
The country has the most developed and innovative infrastructure in the whole of Europe and has been home to many of the leading minds in science, technology, and engineering.
The people of Denmark are just incredible and have a strong sense of community.
Italy Italy has always had some of its finest cities on the mainland.
In fact, Italy has the highest population density in Europe, with more than 100,000 people living in the capital.
Norway This is a photo of the capital of Norway.
Finland This is the Finnish capital, Helsinki.
USA This photograph of the United States is one that I’m sure you have never seen.
I have always thought that the US was the most photographed country in this entire world, but I am so glad that I have finally gotten a shot of it.
Read more about the 10 most visited places in the World.