Today’s Solutions: December 02, 2021

There is hardly anything more calming and satisfying than looking at galleries of incredible nature photography—well, other than going out into nature and seeing the real thing for yourself. With that in mind, the European Environment Agency recently held it’s annual ‘Rediscover Nature’ photo competition, which featured entries from photographers all over the world.

What makes these photos so special is that the photographers managed to capture the mystique of nature in stunning detail, making you wonder how is it even possible for such beauty to exist?

Whether it be a photo of ants flying in the wind while holding on to the tufty white remains of a dandelion, or a bird cracking open an old pomegranate, you have to check out this photo gallery from this year’s ‘Rediscover Nature’ photo competition.

Follow the link here to visit the gallery. 

Image source: Hasan Baglar/REDISCOVER Nature

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