You might have seen detailed images of animals if you deal with macro photography. But have you see adorable pictures of small little harvest mice having a lovely time in tulips. Miles Herbert had captured these cute photos of harvest mice in tulips. Miles is a British photographer and he has a studio named Captivelight in Liberty’s Centre Ringwood in England. Also in the studio, they conduct workshops for photographers interested in taking photos of animals. These cute little harvest mice that you’ll see in the photographs are bred in captivity and the photographs were taken at the studio.
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Miles had said that they give service to photographers interested in taking high-impact photographs of animals. He had also said that they do not depend on the weather as they use a purpose-built studio. And about the mice, there’s nothing to worry about because once they are grown and strong enough they would be released to a nature reserve. You might think whether the tulips are strong enough to hold these mice.
Though the tulips stems are not that strong they have the strength to hold these cute little 2-3 inch fellows. And they also balance out using the tails. Miles had also said that it’s nice to look at these little guys doing their work. And had added that they love the pollens’ smell and go inside the flower to eat the stamen. Also, these cuties fall asleep while they are inside the flower. He conducts Harvest Mouse Macro Workshops in his studio and if you are interested you can visit there and photograph them by yourself and for more check his website.
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