On the occasion of the 12th Nature Photography Day, let’s grab the chance to reconnect with the places in nature that matter most to each of us – in the city and on the land, from the poles to the equator.
In 2006, the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA) celebrated its first Nature Photography Day. The world took notice and since then, both professional and amateur photographers along with photography lovers, throughout the world, but primarily in North America, go out in search of the wonders to observe Nature Photography Day on June 15, every year.
Nature and landscapes are undoubtedly the favourite subjects of shutterbugs, bringing back memories of travel sagas and senses experienced in a particular place and freezing a particular moment.
Nature photography covers a wide range of photography devoted to natural elements such as landscape, wildlife, flora and close-ups of natural scenes and textures. This genre of photography is a beautiful way to bring us closer to the world we live in, and the way we see things.
Everyone can become a part of this day; so why not unpack those lenses and have a look around neighbouring parks and gardens for the little-hidden world of tiny insects and flora, which can become a perfect frame for capturing a part of the nature, which can be found everywhere – even in the duskiest of lanes.
Sit back and enjoy some of the scenic snapshots from pan India.