Iceland or Center Europe for winter photography getaway?

1 week 1 day ago #655040 by Sandy Smith Photos
I'm starting my planning for upcoming winter photographic getaway.  Is Iceland played out?  

Would you consider somewhere mainland Europe instead if so, where would you go?  

I'm into landscapes and photographing historic culture if that makes sense.  Like buildings and such. 

Thanks for the help!  


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1 week 1 day ago #655134 by Chase Audate
Prague or Austria


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1 week 23 hours ago #655144 by Nikon Shooter

Chase Audate wrote: Prague or Austria



Both destinations are really great but winter lowers the odds
for Prague and lower valleys in Austria because winters are
quite grey.

The Alpes at most time though when over the clouds.

Light is free… capturing it is not!
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1 week 2 hours ago #655269 by Cristy Fields
OMG, travel up both sides of Italy. Beautiful light and amazing spots to photograph there.   


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5 days 14 hours ago #655396 by Instamixes
Iceland is a very good place to do click some awesome photos. You can do many things in Iceland. Capturing the Northern Lights can be a great experience to have. Check this article to know what else you can do in Iceland.


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5 days 5 hours ago #655430 by Crammer
Why not Norway or Finland?  


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3 days 7 hours ago #655560 by Fran Welch
For me, I would be all about central Europe.  It's going to be warmer and more things to do and see IMHO.


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3 days 3 hours ago #655615 by Chester Foster
Head further south to Italy where it's warmer.  Not to mention the food is amazing.  


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