Photographer Tiptoes Through The Tulips To Shoot Harvest Mice, And The Result Will Make Your Day




Having one of those days? With so much craziness going on out there at the moment, sometimes what we all need is a break, time to switch off from it all and just look at some pretty and happy things. Like these adorable harvest mice for example.

These super cute photos were taken by Miles Herbert, a British photographer who runs Captivelight, holding workshops and photography tuition for people who are interested in capturing “birds of prey, reptiles, frogs and other beasties.”

“It’s always a pleasure watching these endearing little creatures as they go about their business,” he told the Daily Mail. “The mice love to eat the stamens and nectar from the flowers and enjoy climbing in and out of the tulips.”

“Watching and photographing them is absolutely fascinating and only slightly addictive.”

You can’t fail to be enchanted by these tiny little mice, frolicking among the tulips and nestling cozily amongst the petals. While more destructive and less useful than the bees you usually see burrowing their way into the nectar, the mice certainly seem at home in the flowers and their tiny bodies are easily accommodated by the delicate stalks. The photographs are beautifully taken and vividly colorful, and are sure to make you smile!

Scroll down to check out the cuteness overload for yourself, and let us know what you the comments below!

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Image credits: Miles Herbert/Caters News




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    I am continually amazed by your pictures!
    They bring a calming to me in this screwed up world we are living in. Thank you, thank you.

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    I like all of them. The owl in Athens, and the stairs in San Francisco are my favorites

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