Perfectly Timed Photos of a Tiny Mouse Climbing a Dandelion

We’ve met the cutest kitten in the world and her equally adorable partner in crime, but this tiny harvest mouse on a dandelion rivals their cuteness! The photographer behind these pictures that just make you want to go “aww” is Matt Binstead, the head keeper of the British Wildlife Centre. Binstead, who only began snapping shots of the animals he works with in Summer 2009, says, “It was lovely to get these shots of the mouse in its element. I saw it on the stem and just waited for it to climb all the way to the top.” We’re so glad that he had the patience to produce such adorable photos. As if the images themselves weren’t sweet enough, Binstead teasingly says, “I can't remember whether it was the breeze or the mouse blowing the dandelion.” Too cute!




Matt Binstead on Flickr
Matt Binstead on 500px
via [Enpundit, Matt’s Photos, Daily Mail]





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