Tiny Humans Lost In The Majesty Of Nature


All around us are towering trees, waterfalls, and even animals that largely supersede our size. The clouds are so high above our heads we can’t even reach up to touch them, not even perched on the shoulders of your tallest friend. Yet somehow we all grow up thinking we are big, big enough to have real world problems. We feel so large and in charge in our everyday lives, where 6 feet tall seems like a grand height.

Take a deep breath and relax, learn to have a little bit more fun. After all, we are only tiny humans. The above photo, taken in Mansfield Victoria, Australia, depicts just how small humans are in comparison to the nature that surrounds us.

Trillions of people call planet earth home, although it too is a small dot on a grander scale. The Voyager 1 took an image of our solar system from 4 billion miles away, and all that you could see in proof of our incredible home was a very small speck. Astronomer Carl Sagan comments on the photo from deep space, “If you look at it, you see a dot. That’s here. That’s home. That’s us. On it everyone you know, everyone you love, everyone you’ve ever heard of…”

Here are some of the most incredible photos of humans lost in nature, highlighting just how small we really are.


The bubble-like ice formations at Atnajokull Ice Cap, Iceland are enough to distract the eye from any background noise, humans included.


One human walks alone down this snow covered trail somewhere in the Czech Republic.


Her red dress stands out, but her body remains small amongst this overgrow forest in Belarus.



Love large trees? See more of the world’s most magnificent trees. 


Remember to always take the road less traveled…


Despite your small body mass, everything that you do in life has an effect, on other humans, animals, and the planet in general. We can make this world a better place by simply realizing the power that we have inside of our little bodies.




Besides one sleepy human, what else can you spot hiding in this lumpy grass?


Despite humans’ small size, we continue to use up far too many of earth’s natural resources, and at a pace much quicker than ever before.



This majestic forest located in Stranocum, Ireland holds all sorts of mystical delights. No telling who awaits at the end of the tree tunnel–be they naughty or nice.


Mighty talented humans are transformed into tiny dots as they ski down this magnificent slope located in Haines, Alaska, USA.


Everything about this image from Positano, Italy is captivating. From the colored houses dotting the steep hillsides, to the crystal clear water lapping up on shore. In fact the natural sights are so gorgeous you almost forget to notice the woman being splashed by the waves is fully dressed, cap and all.


This climber worked hard to reach these humbling heights.


Swept away by the hillsides of Dolomites, Italy, people and all of their problems seem smaller, insignificant.


A breathtaking image of a man and his loyal dog, just dots compared to the giant Abiqua Falls located in Oregon, USA.


The small body of man is no match for the force of water.



A woman in a cute shawl stands atop a magnificent rock peak in British Columbia, Canada.


As they say, when you look at something from a distance everything suddenly changes.


Green for miles in Quiraing landslip, Skye, Scotland


The Karkonosze mountains in Poland are cold and unforgiving, but offer sights worth their share of human suffering.



Photo Credits: Lizzy Gadd, Alex Wise, Marsel Van Oosten, Michael Nichols, Kai Young, lurie Belegurschi, Joshua Meador,  Przemyslaw Kruk, Max Rive, Dmitriy Vorobey, Reinhard Gaemlich, Wim Denijs, Ivan Letochin, Troy Montemayor, Jan Machata, Casey Mccallister, Orvar Atli, Robert White, Piotr Krzaczkowski, Nicolaus Wegner, Peter Svoboda,Dan Carr, Max Rive, Michael Matti, Stephen Emerson, Francesco Vaninetti, Alex Emanuel Koch