Kade Rollings’s review published on Letterboxd:
Meaningless. If there was something else to it, I'm sorry I have either missed it or have called out what has made the ultimate meaning look futile. Calling this a film is comparable to the likes of calling a vine compilation a film. Film in my opinion is to express. Sure you could make the claim that this tries to express why the director views the nature of his small world so beautiful. However, there comes a point where you have either gained an interest within the viewer - to incite their perspective and resonate with their feelings - or totally lose track of your intention or that intention itself becomes to self indulgent to not realise that it has lost the attention and grasp of meaning. With something titled "The Beauty of Nature" it is actually dumbfounding to me that I found an ornate ugliness and sudden thrust of hatred for what was on display. The constant drowning out of all the camera work with repetitively annoying chirping that can't distinct itself between being diegetic or non-diegetic given its unrealistically obnoxious volume and tone. The camera moved too slow or too fast to not allow us fully grasp the natural beauty trying to be offered to us. There seemed to be no detail on display, no intricacy, so we are left to fend for ourselves to try and find pleasure within the framing compositions which itself have no interest in keeping a succinct and competent frame or shot on screen. The editing was half decent at least, the way they were able to capture a sudden jump from one frame to another was interesting - the only thing that seemed to be trying to keep my invested at this point. However, you could make this same claim for any compilation of Tik Tok videos online.
Im sorry, didn't like it.