I could have spent months photographing England. Although costly, it is one of the most beautiful countries I’ve ever seen. From bustling London to the rolling country hills England has some of the best photo opportunities.
- A red phone booth.
You’re probably saying to yourself “Well OBVIOUSLY a red phone booth. That is the most stereotypical British photo you can take!” Ahhhh, yes. BUT there is a particular red phone booth that has the best backdrop for photos and that is the one just to the left of the front of the British Museum.
Also, an obvious one. But if you go to the far side of Stonehenge (the opposite side of where you enter the circle and see everyone taking photos) you a) won’t have the sun your eyes but also b) there are no people to obscure your photo!
- The Baths of Bath
Bath is a wonderful place and I highly recommend that you take a trip there if possible. It is such a quaint city and it’s so refreshing to see the beautiful countryside of England. Don’t forget to try the ice cream!
- Platform 9 ¾
Most people don’t realize that the Harry Potter Studio is about an hour outside of London. It’s also totally worth the tour. It’s a wonderful and amazing experience with a ton of photo opportunities in and of itself (even if you’re a Slytherin). However, from Diagon Alley to the Hogwart’s Express, Platform 9 3/4 is my favorite.
- A red bus
Of course you’ll want to get a photo with a red bus and you’ll have numerous opportunities to do this. However, the best time to get a photo with a red bus is when it accompanies Big Ben and Parliament.
There a million other excellent photo ops in England but these are a few of my faves!