A photographer tiptoed through the flowers to catch harvest mice, which is amazing.

Miles Herbert is a British photographer who runs Captivelight. Anyone who wants to learn how to take pictures of “birds of prey, reptiles, frogs, and other beasties” can take workshops and get photography lessons from him. Miles said, “These harvest Mice were taken pictures of in a studio.” “We offer a service to photographers who want to take striking pictures of animals. Since we work in a studio, we don’t have to worry about the weather. If the client wants, we can also take pictures of animals outside. Frogs are another specialty of ours.” “Nearly all of the animals we photograph are raised in captivity. The mice are raised to be released into the wild at a local nature reserve. We prefer to use captive-bred animals instead of disturbing wild populations, and captive-bred animals are more sustainable.” During the sessions, the mice get a treat: they love eating the stamens and nectar of the flowers while Miles and his clients take great close-up pictures. The pictures are taken beautifully and are full of bright colors. Even if you are having a bad day, they will make you smile. Scroll down to see for yourself how cute they are.

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