Today’s Solutions: August 16, 2022

Photographer Yevhen Samuchenko took this image in the Himalayas in Nepal at Gosaikunda Lake

Science and art are often seen as vastly different and even opposing fields. However, their overlap can produce harmonious works of utter brilliance. The Royal Photographic Society has started their Science Photographer of the Year competition to showcase the beautiful daily interplay of science, art, and our daily human lives.

The Science Museum in London will display many of the entries to the competition including beautiful images of beetles, mountains, stars, and even a telescope. 

Read the full solutions news article below to see more stunning entries and learn about the exhibition.

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