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Winners of This Year’s Macro Art Photography Awards Showcase The Tiny Worlds On Our Planet

Barbora Polivkova captured a cute moment in the rainforest. In his photo, a tiny frog, possibly only a few millimeters in length, can be seen sitting on a purple flower. In another photo, this time captured by Australian photographer named Peter Pullan, a knot can be found to have formed on a eucalyptus tree. Pullan cleverly makes the photo look like something from a drone shot.

These and other photos are the winners of the 2020 Macro Art Photo Awards.

The Macro Art Photo Awards are part of the International Garden Photographer of the Year competition, an annual global search for the best in garden, plant, flower and botanical photography. The primary competition is still open for entries but there are several annual smaller sub-contests including Black And White, Still Life, and Macro awards.

See the spectacular photos over at New Atlas.

(Image Credit: Barbora Polivkova/ New Atlas)

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