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In Nature, Many Cute Creatures Come In Twos!

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the Closeup Photographer of the Year contest held a challenge that celebrates the power of love and camaraderie. The title of the challenge is “two of a kind,” and all sorts of closeup, macro-photography, and micro-photography images depicting two animals or plants were accepted to participate. The winning image depicts a heartwarming moment of two European ground squirrels holding onto a poppy as they touch noses and look into each other’s eyes - how romantic!

“True Love” by Alex Pansier (Netherlands)

Closeup Photographer of the Year “two of a kind” Alex Pansier
Image Source: Alex Pansier/ CUPOTY
Enjoy this beautiful collection of photos and share it with all the lovebirds you know. You can also take a look at more of these sweet couple’s moments on the official web pages of the contest right here - Website, Facebook Page, and Instagram Page.

“The Kiss” by Angi Wallace (UK)

Closeup Photographer of the Year “two of a kind” Angi Wallace
Image Source: Angi Wallace/ CUPOTY

“Hey! What's that?” by Noelle Bennett (New Zealand)

“Blue Beauty Morning” by Roelof de Hoog (Netherlands)

Closeup Photographer of the Year “two of a kind” Roelof de Hoog

“Over the Mineral World” by Carlos Pérez Naval (Spain)

“Harlequin Shrimps” by Adriano Morettin (Italy)

Closeup Photographer of the Year “two of a kind” Adriano Morettin

“Two Toads” by Mathieu Foulquie (France)

Closeup Photographer of the Year “two of a kind” Mathieu Foulquie

“The Couple” by Henrik Spranz (Germany)

"Dysdercus Concinnus Coitus" by Hugo Camacho (Colombia)

Closeup Photographer of the Year “two of a kind” Hugo Camacho
Image Source: Hugo Camacho/ CUPOTY

“Bee Together” by Joris Vegter (Netherlands)

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