Animals·Posted on Nov 29, 2018One Photographer's Colorful Close-Up Shots Of Harvest Mice Are BeautifulReady for my close-up.by Alicia BarronBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Mice are funny little creatures. You either hate ‘em or love ‘em. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF aap / Via giphy.com Miles Herbert has been a photographer for about 25 years. Miles Herbert / Via shutterbutton.co.uk His incredible close-up shots of mice being mice (and other animals, too) have received tons of attention lately, and rightfully so. He tells BuzzFeed the response to his work has been overwhelming. Miles Herbert / Via shutterbutton.co.uk "It's good to see that so many people have been so positive about them and that they seem to have brightened up so many people's lives!" Miles said that whenever he works with animals, he makes sure the animals are never forced to do anything. Miles Herbert / Via shutterbutton.co.uk He said, “With the mice, for example, we know that they love to climb things and we know that they are really inquisitive about everything.” Miles also tells BuzzFeed the mice like to climb inside tulips (and other flowers, too) to eat the stamens and pollen that’s inside. Miles Herbert / Via shutterbutton.co.uk The one practically looks like a poster for Fall, amirite? Miles Herbert / Via shutterbutton.co.uk And this cutie appears to be pulling off a serious balancing act. Miles Herbert / Via shutterbutton.co.uk And how about this mice squad perched on a branch? Miles Herbert / Via shutterbutton.co.uk And this guy looks like he's straight-up posing for the camera. Miles Herbert / Via shutterbutton.co.uk Peek-a-boo! Miles Herbert / Via shutterbutton.co.uk I mean, you couldn't pose this if you tried. Miles Herbert / Via shutterbutton.co.uk "I'm ready for my close-up." Miles Herbert / Via shutterbutton.co.uk Miles said the mice sometimes fall asleep inside the flowers after eating their fill. Awww! Miles Herbert / Via shutterbutton.co.uk He told BuzzFeed, “We just let them do what they want to do and photograph them as they do it.” Miles Herbert / Via shutterbutton.co.uk Make sure to check out more of Miles’ amazing work on his website.