The Best of Discovery-it #596

The Best of Discovery-it #596


Hi there, welcome back to The Best of Discovery-it! All the best posts voted by the Discovery-it curator team will have their own dedicated space within the Hive blockchain. This digest intends to bring to light all those authors who often remain unnoticed and therefore reward all those who create quality posts, leading them to establish themselves on the platform. But that's not all!
After a careful selection, our curators will also choose the most deserving articles among all those voted to create a ranking of the Top posts of the day.
So who are today's winners?


by @borjan

Today’s selection of photos by borjan was inspired by the beauty of nature. “The day started cloudy, and I hesitated to go for a walk in search of something interesting to put on photographs, but after many indoors hours in front of the PC screen, definitely it was time to stretch the legs and get a bit of fresh air” this is how the nice post starts. The photographer made some close encounters with insects and seagulls. Read the post to find out more about this adventure!

Arepas caraqueñas: Reina Pepiada | Arepas from Caracas: Reina Pepiada

by @giovannimario

If you’re passionate about cooking, you shouldn’t miss this latest amazing recipe by giovannimario. The author brings us to discover the arepas from Caracas, a nice preparation with shredded chicken filling with mayonnaise and avocado. Each step of the recipe is described with a photo, don’t miss the delicious result!

Middle spotted woodpecker on a pear tree 🍐 / Dzięcioł średni wypatrzony na gruszy

by @katiefreespirit

If you’re passionate about the world of birds and, in particular, woodpeckers, you shouldn’t miss this latest post by katiefreespirit. The photographer shares with us a selection of photos inspired by the beauty of this small animal. “Many times I saw woodpeckers in the woods, high in the trees, and they mostly flew away before I could photograph them. This time I came across a patient model and my only obstacle were the leaves growing luxuriantly on the tree, but maybe this makes the photos more interesting” the photographer said. Don’t miss this colourful bird!


by @ewkaw

“This would be quite a typical summer view around here. Dried up flower leftovers rocking on the wind. Except that I shot those back in February when usually things are as green as they can be. Not many flowers yet, but the grass and weeds enjoy the cool and rainy weather” this is how the description of this beautiful post starts. The photographer ewkaw shows us an amazing selection of photos inspired by the beauty of nature. In particular, the protagonist is the tall and dead skeleton of wild carrot (Daucus carota), a very miracle of nature. Don’t miss this nice post!

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