Photographer shot as mouse-baby hiding in the tulips, and we can't stop looking at itPictolic
British photographer miles Herbert (Herbert Miles) owns a photo Studio Captivelight in Bournemouth. Herbert leads lessons for everyone on how to photograph "birds of prey, reptiles, frogs and other animals".
"These nice mice we shot in the Studio, the photographer said. — So we are not dependent on the weather. But if the client wants, we can shoot outdoors. We specialize in frogs."
"Almost all the animals we shoot, grown in captivity. Then they are released into the local reserve. In the classroom, we prefer to photograph the hand-reared so as not to disturb their wild counterparts. Besides, they are not afraid."
Mouse-baby are among the small mammals. Their length is barely 13 inches, and a weight of 7-10 grams. Newborn mice weigh almost a gram.
During a photo shoot of a mouse chew on the stamens and the nectar of flowers, so it's a good time for both parties. And the frames are incredibly beautiful and touching.