The best pictures taken with an iPhone

You can actually take better pictures with just a simple iPhone than with an SLR camera and a bagful of expensive camera accessories. These pictures represent some of my best travel pictures taken with an iPhone.  All pictures were taken without any external accessories using a combination of apps that creates these 18 megapixel images that can be blown up to poster size.

Lawkaoushaung Temple

Lawkaoushaung Temple in Bagan is one of the best places to watch the sunrise.

Lawkaoushaung Temple in Bagan is one of the best places to watch the sunrise.

For my full pictoral on Lawkaoushaung Temple and the ancient temples of Bagan, click here: Secret Temples of Bagan

 

The Lotus Temple in Delhi

The Spectacular Lotus Temple in Delhi

Manuel Antonio Park in Costa Rica

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Humayun’s Tomb India

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Exploding Sunset over the Boundary Waters National Wilderness

Exploding Sunset over the Boundary Waters national Wilderness

Exploding Sunset over the Boundary Waters National Wilderness

For my full pictoral on Surviving an epic canoe journey through the Boundary Waters, click here: Watery Wilderness Journey

The Santa Catalina Arch in Antigua Guatemala

The Santa Catalina Arch in Antigua Guatemala

The Santa Catalina Arch in Antigua Guatemala

Madain Saleh in Saudi Arabia

The Qasr Al-Farid Tomb in Madain Saleh looking across the plain of alien rock formations.

The Qasr Al-Farid Tomb in Madain Saleh looking across the plain of alien rock formations.

For my full pictoral on Hitchhiking to Madain Saleh in Remote Saudi Arabia, click here:  Hitchhiking Through Saudi Arabia

Saudi Aramco World Headquarters

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Souq Waqif in Doha

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Tracking Gorillas in the mist, Rwanda

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Cows Grazing over Lake Arenal Costa Rica

Costa Rica Lake Arenal

Costa Rica Lake Arenal

Elephant Rock, Saudi Arabia

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For my full pictoral on Hitchhiking to Madain Saleh in Remote Saudi Arabia, click here: Hitchhiking Through Saudi Arabia

 

About the author: Brad Bernard

 

Brad Bernard has traveled through 92 countries to find off-the-map experiences and authentic adventure travel. He pushes his own personal boundaries by travelling experimentally. Brad’s personal quest to find the most extreme and unique in travel has bred misadventures and moments of enlightenment alike. You can read his craziest stories on his adventure travel blog

Website: https://plus.google.com/+BradBernard340/