Animals are so at peace when they’re seen on their own habitat. Humans don’t see a lot of their behaviors and way of living when they get to be deep in the forest, feeling safe away from the human world. But luckily there are a lot of wildlife photographers who make it their life mission to document this behavior of animals and let people see their life through pictures.
It takes a lot of skill, patience ad time to get the perfect shot that explains exactly what happens in that part of the world when humans are not around, but with determination everything is possible. One of these guys that helps us understand the animal world better is Julian Rad, a a 29-year-old Austrian award-winning wildlife photographer who captures the most adorable shots of squirrels, rabbits, wood mice, hamsters and other small animals without making them feel threatened by his presence.
Focusing more on the small critters, he brings an adorable side of them, especially the squirrels which we don’t get to see much as they are constantly on the move climbing a tree, or digging a hidden walnut somewhere.
Check out his lovely shots to know more about these wonderful creatures.