The study of natural history demonstrates that Paleolithic people slowly developed over millions of years as hunter-gatherers clustered in tiny, tribal communities. They perfected harmonious ties with their environment, harvesting herbs, fishing, and hunting wild animals. Anatomically, modern humans are pretty similar to our forebears. Our bodies are still meant to move over the terrain with endurance, speed, strength, and accuracy. Sure, a long trek or a weekend camping trip are fantastic ways to unwind and temporarily escape reality, but why deal with the bugs, blisters, and sunburn when you can bring nature to you? Consider all the majesty, mystery, sunshine, and water in your doorway, which hangs on your wall. All of this without ever leaving your house. Nature photography requires a lot of activity due to walking and trekking. And exercise has been shown to improve mental health and stress alleviation. You’ll also get a change of scenery and some fresh air when you’re out on the route. This might revitalize you after a week at the office. Let’s discuss why people love to see and capture nature photography.