We received tens of thousands of entries for our Global Ideas/EyeEm photo mission 'Nature on your Doorstep.' Choosing a winner was tough, so here are some of the photos that made our shortlist.
A mushroom emerging from the forest floor. Picture by Nora Brandt/EyeEm.
A dilapidated fence in the Welsh countryside. Picture by @Sabinadina/EyeEm.
Exterior and interior on Japan's Miyajima Island. Picture by Karn Bulsuk/EyeEm.
A herd of cows by the water in the Netherlands. Picture by Benjamin van der Spek/EyeEM
A wasp takes a rest on a flower. Picture by Benjamin van der Spek/EyeEm
A pink salt lake in Shiraz, Iran. Picture by Fatemeh/EyeEm.
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