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Do these images look familiar to you? You may recognise some of these scenes from such places as your mate’s living room wall. Yes, these images have sold a hundred times over to wistful travellers unable to photographically replicate their favourite destinations quite the way they remember them (remember that blurry wildlife shot? Or the perfect landscape that was dotted with… Other tourists?). Lonely Planet Images to the rescue! Find our where you can purchase prints from our collection here.
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79. If you haven’t been to Norway, you probably don’t know about this monolithic rock. They don’t do fjords by halves in this country, and this has to be its most famous viewpoint – the Preikestolen Rock, snapped by Anders Blomqvist. This has been used to illustrate Norway’s spectacular scenery in guidebooks everywhere!
78. The most rockin’ beach in the USA bathed in orange glow – Venice Beach. By Richard Cummins.
77. Ahoy there! Dallas Stribley’s shot of a lonely anchor aboard a ship in the Gulf of Orosei in Italy has graced the cover… of greeting cards!
76. This beautiful shot of a lion in Kenya needs no explanation as to why it’s found its way on to many post-African safari traveller’s walls.
75. David Tomlinson took this blissful shot in Sedona, of Arizona, USA, and it’s an extremely popular poster.
74. Anyone for baseball? This image appealed to a few Cubs fans over the years, taken by Ray Laskowitz.
73. Wee Scotland. This beautiful view of Edinburgh deserves a place on all visitor’s wall. A reward for a job well done after climbing Arthur’s tempestuous Seat. Well, it is if you scraped your way up the wrong side, like I did… By Jonathon Smith.
Below: 72. A curious sale, but perhaps a more renown landmark in Seattle than us out-of-towners know much about. Any local Seattle people care to enlighten? By Lawrence Worcester.
71. This picture of the glowing vineyards of Napa Valley in California have been a popular source for tourism to the area over the years. By Wes Walker.
70. This nightly peek at the Colosseum in Rome has been a hot favourite, snapped by our image editor, Glenn Beanland.
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