Photographer Captured Squirrels Every Day For Six Years and Here are The Incredible Results.

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A Dutch/Swedish universal international awarded picture taker Geert Waggen had an exclusive practice in picturing Red squirrels.

The red squirrel or Eurasian red squirrel is a type of tree squirrel in the genus Sciurus which could be seen commonly through Eurasia.

Six years prior, a fox was remaining on his doorstep, and Weggen surged back inside to bring some meat. And this creature made it its habit to return each day to get more nourishment, so the photographic artist utilized that as an opportunity to take a few pictures.

As Waggen assumes himself:

“By the end of a second week, the fox would come to the balcony where it interacted with various props I used for photography. Soon before late, a Russian bird paid me a visit and continued on doing so daily. Suddenly, my balcony had become a studio filled with nature props, cameras, mirrors, etc. The bird followed me, and I followed the bird with my camera, as it searched for hidden food in scenes that I had created. Some photos of this encounter were awarded and published.

Eventually, red squirrels appeared, and they still come daily to my outside studio. Little did I know back then that it would become my living.

Since last year I have been organizing Squirrel workshops at home. These workshops are held to occur two times a year when the young squirrels arrive. A maximum of 3 participants can join this 5-day workshop.”

Look down underneath to see a collection of his photos highlighting the delightful red squirrels.

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By: Shehani Wijayawardena