One thing common to communities around the world throughout the pandemic has been the conversation around the return of nature. Within urban communities in particular, the re-emergence of butterflies, fresher air, and birdsong to the city soundtrack have been small glimmers of a silver lining amidst the mayhem and a reminder that nature is resilient. In her latest series, photographer Sara Meinz shows a subtle side to the way nature tends to rewild when given half a chance.
Entitled Nature’s Resilience, the project features a collection of images that witness an environment pushing back. Daisies grow in arid earth and grass submerges concrete, offering a super gentle reminder of nature’s will. Sara Meinz is a Spanish photographer and art director based between Galicia and Berlin. See more of her work here.
Images © Sara Meinz / with permission