20 Places Where You Should Put Down The Phone: Photo Series

For this week’s photo series, I wanted to do something a little different. Rather than follow a somewhat abstract theme, I thought I’d share places around the world I consider to be so amazing that they deserve to be experienced completely and with our full attention instead of through a camera viewfinder or, even worse, a camera phone. I realize the slight irony here, as obviously I ignored this rule to snap the photos, but for the most part I was good and did manage to (somewhat) disconnect while in these beautiful areas around the world.

Sanctuary Swala Tanzania
Tanzania
Whitehaven Beach Queensland Australia
Queensland
antarctica mountain
Antarctica
Machu Picchu Peru
Machu PIcchu
Galapagos Ecuador
Galapagos
Blue Lagoon Iceland
Iceland
Valley of Five Lakes Jasper Alberta Canada
Alberta
Ranua Lapland Finland
Finland
Venice Italy
Venice
Primland Virginia Blue Ridge Mountains
Primland Resort, Virginia
Rothenburg Germany
Rothenburg, Germany
Uluru Australia
Uluru, Australia
Walker Bay, South Africa
South Africa
Pyramid of Khafre Cairo Egypt
Egypt
Wailea Beach Villas
Maui
Alta Norway
Norway
Dubrovnik Croatia
Dubrovnik Croatia
paradise
Bermuda
Ireland Cow
Ireland
Oia Santorini Greece
Santorini
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By: Matt Long

Matt has a true passion for travel. As someone who has a bad case of the travel bug, Matt travels the world in order to share tips on where to go, what to see and how to experience the best the world has to offer. Also follow Matt on Twitter, Facebook and

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  1. Andrew

    Great selection of photos from all over the world … excellent job as always!

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  2. Kay Dennis

    Hi Matt,
    Even though my husband and I are in the midst of celebrating our 27th wedding anniv. this evening, I had to break away and respond with thanks and praise for your shot of Tanzania. We went there this past Feb. with my sis and her husband, both just-retired animal behaviorists. Ten days to see the wildlife – glorious. One of our most precious memories relates to the morning at Sopa Lodge when we took in a view much like the one you published. Thank you – and best wishes. Keep that good Stuff coming! Kay

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