News

Photographer captures world in a fragrant, yellow flowers, Nature at its best’

to connectVideoFox News Flash, important news, Feb. 27

Fox News, the Flash points are. Check out what to click on Foxnews.com.

Sometimes it pays to stop and smell the flowers.

A photographer from the Netherlands, has captured a remarkable photo of a squirrel sniffing at a flower.

Renato, Just a stroll to Vienna, Austria when he spotted the miniature animal standing on its hind legs to pull the flower petals in the direction of his face, the British news agency, SWNS reports. You just said that the graphics requires a lot of patience,” he took more than 2,000 photos of the “four or five”, he was very happy with.

In a country with one loss, a dwarf sunflower, trying to find a tasty meal in Vienna, Austria. (Credit: SWNS)

THE SQUIRRELS ARE NOW USING PLASTIC TO BUILD NESTS, DISTURBING PHOTOS

“Spending eight or nine hours on the front end, it is not the most comfortable experience,” he said. “You know, I think it’s an effect of the photographs were of people and if you put them in front for the first time.”

One of the gray country and the squirrel was caught, as he stood on his hind legs and picked up a flower stalk in his paws to pull the yellow petals of a flower, in the direction of his face. It seems, then, to enjoy a moment of pure bliss as it melts in the floral aroma. (Credit: SWNS)

He went on to say, “It’s not something you see every day, and if you’re having a bad day, and you can’t fail to smile at them. They are to capture the nature at its best.”

Only the second photographer in the past-in memory for capturing a ground squirrel smelling a flower. In September, the Dick van Duijn, the Netherlands, said he spent two hours and took about 200 photos in order to capture the moment.

The European ground squirrel, also known as Spermophilus assessment, are normally found in eastern Europe. In 2013, the European Union put together a plan to save the endangered species of marine mammal, after the population declined in the several decades to come.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FOX NEWS APP

Fox News’ Madeline Farber contributed to this story.

Follow us

Don't be shy, get in touch. We love meeting interesting people and making new friends.

Most popular