Mice are strange and interesting little creatures, but there are often people who are scared of them and cannot perceive them in a cute way.
However, Dean Mason is a 53-year-old photographer from Dorset, United Kingdom, who has managed to capture adorable photos of harvest mice living their little lives.
A harvest mouse usually lives 18 months, and during this time, it explores a lot. These tiny mice are the only British mammals that have a prehensile tail, so they are able to grasp plant steam as they move through vegetations.
Mason has started photographing at the age of 17, and he has been a dedicated wildlife photographer for more than two decades. He explains that he is fascinated by wildlife, and he enjoys the calmness and tranquility of nature.
He admitted suffering from anxiety, so he finds the time he spends with nature and his camera equipment a real therapeutic and comforting experience.
His adorable pictures of harvest mice have received tons of attention lately, and rightfully so, so scroll down to take a look:
Started photographer since the age of 17, Mason explained he has been a dedicated wildlife photographer for more than 20 years and equally admitted he enjoyed every bit of it.
“Wildlife fascinates me for several reasons: It’s always challenging and I thrive on a challenge. I love the calm and tranquillity of nature and the outdoors, and I have always suffered from anxiety, so having spent 1000s of hours with nature and my camera equipment, I’ve always found it to be therapeutic and comforting.” Mason stated