Jeanne PetrizzoAll Around the World Readers Submit Travel Photos: From Marrakech to Hong Kong to Death ValleyWe asked and you clicked. From the Sahara to the Galapagos, see where Daily Beast readers have traveled.03.02.13 4:45 AM ETJeanne PetrizzoRandy Faris/CorbisThe Daily Beast asked its travel-addicted readers to send photos from their most recent adventures. Here’s a collection of this week’s entries. To submit your own for consideration, email your photo to [email protected] with your name and a brief description of what we’re seeing through your lens. Eden BeaudoinHiking in the French Alps near Chartreuse Marissa BloemkeHiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, at the Intipata Ruins in Peru, in September 2012 Ben BrodieSimpson Harbour in Rabaul, Papua New Guinea Mallory CarraDucks on Tjörnin Lake in Reykjavik, Iceland Marie Gilbert View from the upper gallery of Angkor Wat in Cambodia The glorious stained-glass windows of Sainte-Chapelle. Jeanne PetrizzoEiffel from the Trocadéro. Jon Rendell Golden Gate Bridge, as viewed from San Francisco’s China Beach Stacey SchinghIn Athens, at the Parthenon Hannah Creedon Iguazu Falls from the “Devils Throat” on the Argentinian side, looking over to Brazil. You can almost hear the water rushing over the side! Anna Horn Morocco. Watching the sun rise over the Sahara with local Berber guides. Andy Heitz I recently Instagrammed my way through Tahoe. Loved every second of it! Kate RederKate Reder, a lawyer in San Francisco, took this photo from a helicopter over Kauai, Hawaii, in February. Ursula Hemard Ballerinas Margaux and Roxane at Kings Canyon, part of the Watarrka National Park in Australia's Northern Territory. Jayaram KRThe orange rays of sunset over the salt flats of Badwater Basin in Death Valley, California Ray OurandSedona, Arizona Michael LandmanLast summer, Medicine Bow Peak, Wyoming.Jamie Grivas Hell's Backbone Road (between Escalante and Boulder, Utah). This photo was taken on a cross-country bicycling trip at the top of a 4-mile descent at a 14 percent grade down Hell's Backbone. It was the most terrifying (and beautiful) 4 miles of the whole 3,000-mile+ trip. Jake KetchamFlorida's Sanibel Island on June 6, 2012 Heather ChilsonSan Cristobal Fort in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, on February 19, 2013. Dayana Isabel CaeroMachu Picchu Drew DingmannFishing boats stuck in the mud at low tide in Xiamen, China. Andrew Fuerst SmithDate and spice seller in the winding markets of Marrakech, Morocco.Diana GonzalezWalking home past the local fruit and food stands on Paterson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Lisa LeonardGalapagos Islands, February 2011.