These following supercute images were made by a British photographer named Miles Herbert, who runs Captivelight, conducts workshops and photography courses.
Miles said that those harvest rats were photographed in an indoor studio. They have provided a service for photographers looking for high impact images of animals, and using a purpose-built studio means there are not weather dependent. Customers also have the option of photographing animals outside, and other special frogs aswell.
As per their statement, all the animals that they have photographed are captive; rats are released into the wild in local nature reserves photographers prefer to use controlled animals rather than disturb wild people, and bound animals are more stable, which accommodates to do their amazing shots.
Rats receive a treat during the session: Miles and his clients like to eat flowers and nectar of flowers while taking intimate shots.
The pictures are beautifully taken and vividly colored. Even if you have a terrible day, they will put a smile on your face. Scroll down to admire the overload for yourself!
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