Laura Rautjoki and Anna-Mari Lämsä set up Flora of Finland in 2016, and the duo travels throughout Finland, photographing interesting plants along the way. “We built a custom-made portable studio that we’ve carried across all kinds of Finnish landscapes, in all kinds of weather. We’ve paddled in ponds and scoured through forests and fields to find specific plants to include in our collection. One of the most memorable plants we’ve photographed was the common sundew, a carnivorous plant that grows in bogs, and it was quite a mission to capture it on camera – but we did it,” Rautjoki laughs. All the plants are photographed in their natural habitat, and Flora of Finland’s aim is to draw people’s attention to the beauty of nature.