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NOTE: See reveal image showing how the set of images have been captured. A red squirrel musters up enough strength to weightlift. The weightlifting squirrel - with legs outstretched and arms strained - is triumphantly lifting nuts and eggs above its head. Photographer Geert Weggen managed to picture the weightlifting squirrels on a table in his garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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NOTE: See reveal image showing how the set of images have been captured. A red squirrel musters up enough strength to weightlift. The weightlifting squirrel - with legs outstretched and arms strained - is triumphantly lifting nuts and eggs above its head. Photographer Geert Weggen managed to picture the weightlifting squirrels on a table in his garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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NOTE: See reveal image showing how the set of images have been captured. A red squirrel musters up enough strength to weightlift. The weightlifting squirrel - with legs outstretched and arms strained - is triumphantly lifting nuts and eggs above its head. Photographer Geert Weggen managed to picture the weightlifting squirrels on a table in his garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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NOTE: See reveal image showing how the set of images have been captured. A red squirrel musters up enough strength to weightlift. The weightlifting squirrel - with legs outstretched and arms strained - is triumphantly lifting nuts and eggs above its head. Photographer Geert Weggen managed to picture the weightlifting squirrels on a table in his garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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NOTE: See reveal image showing how the set of images have been captured. A red squirrel musters up enough strength to weightlift. The weightlifting squirrel - with legs outstretched and arms strained - is triumphantly lifting nuts and eggs above its head. Photographer Geert Weggen managed to picture the weightlifting squirrels on a table in his garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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REVEAL IMAGE: Showing how the set of images have been captured. See wire. A red squirrel musters up enough strength to weightlift. The weightlifting squirrel - with legs outstretched and arms strained - is triumphantly lifting nuts and eggs above its head. Photographer Geert Weggen managed to picture the weightlifting squirrels on a table in his garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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NOTE: See reveal image showing how the set of images have been captured. A red squirrel musters up enough strength to weightlift. The weightlifting squirrel - with legs outstretched and arms strained - is triumphantly lifting nuts and eggs above its head. Photographer Geert Weggen managed to picture the weightlifting squirrels on a table in his garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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NOTE: See reveal image showing how the set of images have been captured. A red squirrel musters up enough strength to weightlift. The weightlifting squirrel - with legs outstretched and arms strained - is triumphantly lifting nuts and eggs above its head. Photographer Geert Weggen managed to picture the weightlifting squirrels on a table in his garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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NOTE: See reveal image showing how the set of images have been captured. A red squirrel musters up enough strength to weightlift. The weightlifting squirrel - with legs outstretched and arms strained - is triumphantly lifting nuts and eggs above its head. Photographer Geert Weggen managed to picture the weightlifting squirrels on a table in his garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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NOTE: See reveal image showing how the set of images have been captured. A red squirrel musters up enough strength to weightlift. The weightlifting squirrel - with legs outstretched and arms strained - is triumphantly lifting nuts and eggs above its head. Photographer Geert Weggen managed to picture the weightlifting squirrels on a table in his garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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NOTE: See reveal image showing how the set of images have been captured. A red squirrel musters up enough strength to weightlift. The weightlifting squirrel - with legs outstretched and arms strained - is triumphantly lifting nuts and eggs above its head. Photographer Geert Weggen managed to picture the weightlifting squirrels on a table in his garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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NOTE: See reveal image showing how the set of images have been captured. A red squirrel musters up enough strength to weightlift. The weightlifting squirrel - with legs outstretched and arms strained - is triumphantly lifting nuts and eggs above its head. Photographer Geert Weggen managed to picture the weightlifting squirrels on a table in his garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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NOTE: See reveal image showing how the set of images have been captured. A red squirrel musters up enough strength to weightlift. The weightlifting squirrel - with legs outstretched and arms strained - is triumphantly lifting nuts and eggs above its head. Photographer Geert Weggen managed to picture the weightlifting squirrels on a table in his garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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NOTE: See reveal image showing how the set of images have been captured. A red squirrel musters up enough strength to weightlift. The weightlifting squirrel - with legs outstretched and arms strained - is triumphantly lifting nuts and eggs above its head. Photographer Geert Weggen managed to picture the weightlifting squirrels on a table in his garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Two red squirrels in a minature sleigh with a pinecone. Cute red squirrels get in the Christmas spirit as they play with a host of festive toys. The animals are captured on camera riding a miniature sleigh, nuzzling up against a tiny seasonal tree and even appearing to post a Christmas card in a scaled down postbox - all against a snowy backdrop. The heart-warming photos were taken by Geert Weggen in the garden of his home in Bispg?rden, Sweden, where he had laid out the toys in the hope that the squirrels would interact with them. The 51-year-old photographer said he was delighted when the animals came out to play. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Two red squirrels posting a letter. Cute red squirrels get in the Christmas spirit as they play with a host of festive toys. The animals are captured on camera riding a miniature sleigh, nuzzling up against a tiny seasonal tree and even appearing to post a Christmas card in a scaled down postbox - all against a snowy backdrop. The heart-warming photos were taken by Geert Weggen in the garden of his home in Bispg?rden, Sweden, where he had laid out the toys in the hope that the squirrels would interact with them. The 51-year-old photographer said he was delighted when the animals came out to play. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A red squirrel posting a letter. Cute red squirrels get in the Christmas spirit as they play with a host of festive toys. The animals are captured on camera riding a miniature sleigh, nuzzling up against a tiny seasonal tree and even appearing to post a Christmas card in a scaled down postbox - all against a snowy backdrop. The heart-warming photos were taken by Geert Weggen in the garden of his home in Bispg?rden, Sweden, where he had laid out the toys in the hope that the squirrels would interact with them. The 51-year-old photographer said he was delighted when the animals came out to play. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Two red squirrels in a minature sleigh. Cute red squirrels get in the Christmas spirit as they play with a host of festive toys. The animals are captured on camera riding a miniature sleigh, nuzzling up against a tiny seasonal tree and even appearing to post a Christmas card in a scaled down postbox - all against a snowy backdrop. The heart-warming photos were taken by Geert Weggen in the garden of his home in Bispg?rden, Sweden, where he had laid out the toys in the hope that the squirrels would interact with them. The 51-year-old photographer said he was delighted when the animals came out to play. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Two red squirrels in a minature sleigh. Cute red squirrels get in the Christmas spirit as they play with a host of festive toys. The animals are captured on camera riding a miniature sleigh, nuzzling up against a tiny seasonal tree and even appearing to post a Christmas card in a scaled down postbox - all against a snowy backdrop. The heart-warming photos were taken by Geert Weggen in the garden of his home in Bispg?rden, Sweden, where he had laid out the toys in the hope that the squirrels would interact with them. The 51-year-old photographer said he was delighted when the animals came out to play. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A red squirrel in a minature sleigh with a Christmas tree. Cute red squirrels get in the Christmas spirit as they play with a host of festive toys. The animals are captured on camera riding a miniature sleigh, nuzzling up against a tiny seasonal tree and even appearing to post a Christmas card in a scaled down postbox - all against a snowy backdrop. The heart-warming photos were taken by Geert Weggen in the garden of his home in Bispg?rden, Sweden, where he had laid out the toys in the hope that the squirrels would interact with them. The 51-year-old photographer said he was delighted when the animals came out to play. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Two red squirrels decorating a minature Christmas tree. Cute red squirrels get in the Christmas spirit as they play with a host of festive toys. The animals are captured on camera riding a miniature sleigh, nuzzling up against a tiny seasonal tree and even appearing to post a Christmas card in a scaled down postbox - all against a snowy backdrop. The heart-warming photos were taken by Geert Weggen in the garden of his home in Bispg?rden, Sweden, where he had laid out the toys in the hope that the squirrels would interact with them. The 51-year-old photographer said he was delighted when the animals came out to play. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A red squirrel in a minature sleigh with a Christmas tree. Cute red squirrels get in the Christmas spirit as they play with a host of festive toys. The animals are captured on camera riding a miniature sleigh, nuzzling up against a tiny seasonal tree and even appearing to post a Christmas card in a scaled down postbox - all against a snowy backdrop. The heart-warming photos were taken by Geert Weggen in the garden of his home in Bispg?rden, Sweden, where he had laid out the toys in the hope that the squirrels would interact with them. The 51-year-old photographer said he was delighted when the animals came out to play. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A red squirrel in a minature sleigh with a Christmas tree. Cute red squirrels get in the Christmas spirit as they play with a host of festive toys. The animals are captured on camera riding a miniature sleigh, nuzzling up against a tiny seasonal tree and even appearing to post a Christmas card in a scaled down postbox - all against a snowy backdrop. The heart-warming photos were taken by Geert Weggen in the garden of his home in Bispg?rden, Sweden, where he had laid out the toys in the hope that the squirrels would interact with them. The 51-year-old photographer said he was delighted when the animals came out to play. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Two red squirrels in a minature sleigh with a pinecone. Cute red squirrels get in the Christmas spirit as they play with a host of festive toys. The animals are captured on camera riding a miniature sleigh, nuzzling up against a tiny seasonal tree and even appearing to post a Christmas card in a scaled down postbox - all against a snowy backdrop. The heart-warming photos were taken by Geert Weggen in the garden of his home in Bispg?rden, Sweden, where he had laid out the toys in the hope that the squirrels would interact with them. The 51-year-old photographer said he was delighted when the animals came out to play. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: One of the squirrels with the apples and cart. A red squirrel pushes a tiny wheelbarrow full of apples as another helps with the 'harvest', in this charming set of photos. The wooden cart is filled with wild crab apples and as the inquisitive squirrels investigate it they appear to be hard at work on the Autumn harvest. Photographer Geert Weggen, 49, spent six weeks building the apple cart 'set' for the squirrels in his garden, before watching and waiting for the curious creatures to explore it. Mr Weggen, Bispgеrden, Sweden, said: "It is wonderful seeing squirrels carrying things and always great to capture those moments. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News © Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The squirrels with the apples and cart. A red squirrel pushes a tiny wheelbarrow full of apples as another helps with the 'harvest', in this charming set of photos. The wooden cart is filled with wild crab apples and as the inquisitive squirrels investigate it they appear to be hard at work on the Autumn harvest. Photographer Geert Weggen, 49, spent six weeks building the apple cart 'set' for the squirrels in his garden, before watching and waiting for the curious creatures to explore it. Mr Weggen, Bispgеrden, Sweden, said: "It is wonderful seeing squirrels carrying things and always great to capture those moments. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News © Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: One of the squirrels picking an apple. A red squirrel pushes a tiny wheelbarrow full of apples as another helps with the 'harvest', in this charming set of photos. The wooden cart is filled with wild crab apples and as the inquisitive squirrels investigate it they appear to be hard at work on the Autumn harvest. Photographer Geert Weggen, 49, spent six weeks building the apple cart 'set' for the squirrels in his garden, before watching and waiting for the curious creatures to explore it. Mr Weggen, Bispgеrden, Sweden, said: "It is wonderful seeing squirrels carrying things and always great to capture those moments. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News © Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: One of the squirrels having picked an apple. A red squirrel pushes a tiny wheelbarrow full of apples as another helps with the 'harvest', in this charming set of photos. The wooden cart is filled with wild crab apples and as the inquisitive squirrels investigate it they appear to be hard at work on the Autumn harvest. Photographer Geert Weggen, 49, spent six weeks building the apple cart 'set' for the squirrels in his garden, before watching and waiting for the curious creatures to explore it. Mr Weggen, Bispgеrden, Sweden, said: "It is wonderful seeing squirrels carrying things and always great to capture those moments. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News © Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The squirrels with the apples and cart. A red squirrel pushes a tiny wheelbarrow full of apples as another helps with the 'harvest', in this charming set of photos. The wooden cart is filled with wild crab apples and as the inquisitive squirrels investigate it they appear to be hard at work on the Autumn harvest. Photographer Geert Weggen, 49, spent six weeks building the apple cart 'set' for the squirrels in his garden, before watching and waiting for the curious creatures to explore it. Mr Weggen, Bispgеrden, Sweden, said: "It is wonderful seeing squirrels carrying things and always great to capture those moments. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News © Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The squirrels with the apples and cart. A red squirrel pushes a tiny wheelbarrow full of apples as another helps with the 'harvest', in this charming set of photos. The wooden cart is filled with wild crab apples and as the inquisitive squirrels investigate it they appear to be hard at work on the Autumn harvest. Photographer Geert Weggen, 49, spent six weeks building the apple cart 'set' for the squirrels in his garden, before watching and waiting for the curious creatures to explore it. Mr Weggen, Bispgеrden, Sweden, said: "It is wonderful seeing squirrels carrying things and always great to capture those moments. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News © Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Delightful squirrels celebrate the upcoming fashion weeks To celebrate the up-coming fashion weeks starting in September in London, Paris, Milan and New York, photographer, Geert Weggen has created a delightful fashion photo series with his squirrels. In Geert’s photos, the squirrels are making their own clothes by spinning their own wool. The squirrels are wild and live in a forest just outside of Geert’s house in Sweden. He has created an outdoor photo studio – just 3 metres from his kitchen window - where he leaves food hidden in various props for the squirrels to find. The squirrels come to the studio every day via the trees and Geert has formed a lovely bond with the animals. Geert loves the fact that the squirrels look so human like in the photos, especially when they are interacting with the props. It took him 2 months to complete this series and hi9s favourite part is that the series ends with the squirrels selling their clothes at a market. “It is very time consuming to find the props. Every day I am scouring the internet looking for new props or I make the props myself. I work with the squirrels seven days a week, year after year” says Geert.
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Delightful squirrels celebrate the upcoming fashion weeks To celebrate the up-coming fashion weeks starting in September in London, Paris, Milan and New York, photographer, Geert Weggen has created a delightful fashion photo series with his squirrels. In Geert’s photos, the squirrels are making their own clothes by spinning their own wool. The squirrels are wild and live in a forest just outside of Geert’s house in Sweden. He has created an outdoor photo studio – just 3 metres from his kitchen window - where he leaves food hidden in various props for the squirrels to find. The squirrels come to the studio every day via the trees and Geert has formed a lovely bond with the animals. Geert loves the fact that the squirrels look so human like in the photos, especially when they are interacting with the props. It took him 2 months to complete this series and hi9s favourite part is that the series ends with the squirrels selling their clothes at a market. “It is very time consuming to find the props. Every day I am scouring the internet looking for new props or I make the props myself. I work with the squirrels seven days a week, year after year” says Geert.
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A curious red squirrel investigates a dandelion by burying its nose into it, leaving seeds all over its face. Dandelion seeds suddenly burst into the squirrel's face as it gets up close to inspect it before they float away. The squirrel seems excited by the plant and looks as if it is taking a sniff it or even nibbling on it when it buries its face inside it. Professional photographer Geert Weggen captured these sweet shots in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A curious red squirrel investigates a dandelion by burying its nose into it, leaving seeds all over its face. Dandelion seeds suddenly burst into the squirrel's face as it gets up close to inspect it before they float away. The squirrel seems excited by the plant and looks as if it is taking a sniff it or even nibbling on it when it buries its face inside it. Professional photographer Geert Weggen captured these sweet shots in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A curious red squirrel investigates a dandelion by burying its nose into it, leaving seeds all over its face. Dandelion seeds suddenly burst into the squirrel's face as it gets up close to inspect it before they float away. The squirrel seems excited by the plant and looks as if it is taking a sniff it or even nibbling on it when it buries its face inside it. Professional photographer Geert Weggen captured these sweet shots in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A curious red squirrel investigates a dandelion by burying its nose into it, leaving seeds all over its face. Dandelion seeds suddenly burst into the squirrel's face as it gets up close to inspect it before they float away. The squirrel seems excited by the plant and looks as if it is taking a sniff it or even nibbling on it when it buries its face inside it. Professional photographer Geert Weggen captured these sweet shots in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A curious red squirrel investigates a dandelion by burying its nose into it, leaving seeds all over its face. Dandelion seeds suddenly burst into the squirrel's face as it gets up close to inspect it before they float away. The squirrel seems excited by the plant and looks as if it is taking a sniff it or even nibbling on it when it buries its face inside it. Professional photographer Geert Weggen captured these sweet shots in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A curious red squirrel investigates a dandelion by burying its nose into it, leaving seeds all over its face. Dandelion seeds suddenly burst into the squirrel's face as it gets up close to inspect it before they float away. The squirrel seems excited by the plant and looks as if it is taking a sniff it or even nibbling on it when it buries its face inside it. Professional photographer Geert Weggen captured these sweet shots in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A curious red squirrel investigates a dandelion by burying its nose into it, leaving seeds all over its face. Dandelion seeds suddenly burst into the squirrel's face as it gets up close to inspect it before they float away. The squirrel seems excited by the plant and looks as if it is taking a sniff it or even nibbling on it when it buries its face inside it. Professional photographer Geert Weggen captured these sweet shots in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A curious red squirrel investigates a dandelion by burying its nose into it, leaving seeds all over its face. Dandelion seeds suddenly burst into the squirrel's face as it gets up close to inspect it before they float away. The squirrel seems excited by the plant and looks as if it is taking a sniff it or even nibbling on it when it buries its face inside it. Professional photographer Geert Weggen captured these sweet shots in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A curious red squirrel investigates a dandelion by burying its nose into it, leaving seeds all over its face. Dandelion seeds suddenly burst into the squirrel's face as it gets up close to inspect it before they float away. The squirrel seems excited by the plant and looks as if it is taking a sniff it or even nibbling on it when it buries its face inside it. Professional photographer Geert Weggen captured these sweet shots in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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PICTURED: A red squirrel uses a nutcracker to get into the walnut. Wild red squirrels take matters into their own hands by trying to crack nuts using a variety of tools. The adorable squirrels resort to using hammers, a nutcracker, and even a guillotine as they try to break into the walnuts for a tasty snack. The photographs were taken by 49-year-old photographer Geert Weggen in Bispgarden, Sweden. Geert creates the scene and builds the props for the shoot - he then waits for the wild squirrels to come and pose for the camera. ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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PICTURED: A red squirrel holds an axe to the walnut. Wild red squirrels take matters into their own hands by trying to crack nuts using a variety of tools. The adorable squirrels resort to using hammers, a nutcracker, and even a guillotine as they try to break into the walnuts for a tasty snack. The photographs were taken by 49-year-old photographer Geert Weggen in Bispgarden, Sweden. Geert creates the scene and builds the props for the shoot - he then waits for the wild squirrels to come and pose for the camera. ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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PICTURED: Red squirrels with an walnut and an Guillotine Wild red squirrels take matters into their own hands by trying to crack nuts using a variety of tools. The adorable squirrels resort to using hammers, a nutcracker, and even a guillotine as they try to break into the walnuts for a tasty snack. The photographs were taken by 49-year-old photographer Geert Weggen in Bispgarden, Sweden. Geert creates the scene and builds the props for the shoot - he then waits for the wild squirrels to come and pose for the camera. ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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PICTURED: Working together to get into the walnut. Wild red squirrels take matters into their own hands by trying to crack nuts using a variety of tools. The adorable squirrels resort to using hammers, a nutcracker, and even a guillotine as they try to break into the walnuts for a tasty snack. The photographs were taken by 49-year-old photographer Geert Weggen in Bispgarden, Sweden. Geert creates the scene and builds the props for the shoot - he then waits for the wild squirrels to come and pose for the camera. ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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PICTURED: A red squirrel holds an axe to the walnut. Wild red squirrels take matters into their own hands by trying to crack nuts using a variety of tools. The adorable squirrels resort to using hammers, a nutcracker, and even a guillotine as they try to break into the walnuts for a tasty snack. The photographs were taken by 49-year-old photographer Geert Weggen in Bispgarden, Sweden. Geert creates the scene and builds the props for the shoot - he then waits for the wild squirrels to come and pose for the camera. ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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PICTURED: A red squirrel uses a nutcracker to get into the walnut. Wild red squirrels take matters into their own hands by trying to crack nuts using a variety of tools. The adorable squirrels resort to using hammers, a nutcracker, and even a guillotine as they try to break into the walnuts for a tasty snack. The photographs were taken by 49-year-old photographer Geert Weggen in Bispgarden, Sweden. Geert creates the scene and builds the props for the shoot - he then waits for the wild squirrels to come and pose for the camera. ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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PICTURED: A red squirrel holds an hammer and an walnut Wild red squirrels take matters into their own hands by trying to crack nuts using a variety of tools. The adorable squirrels resort to using hammers, a nutcracker, and even a guillotine as they try to break into the walnuts for a tasty snack. The photographs were taken by 49-year-old photographer Geert Weggen in Bispgarden, Sweden. Geert creates the scene and builds the props for the shoot - he then waits for the wild squirrels to come and pose for the camera. ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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PICTURED: A red squirrel holds an hammer and an walnut Wild red squirrels take matters into their own hands by trying to crack nuts using a variety of tools. The adorable squirrels resort to using hammers, a nutcracker, and even a guillotine as they try to break into the walnuts for a tasty snack. The photographs were taken by 49-year-old photographer Geert Weggen in Bispgarden, Sweden. Geert creates the scene and builds the props for the shoot - he then waits for the wild squirrels to come and pose for the camera. ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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PICTURED: A red squirrel uses his teeth to get into the walnut. Wild red squirrels take matters into their own hands by trying to crack nuts using a variety of tools. The adorable squirrels resort to using hammers, a nutcracker, and even a guillotine as they try to break into the walnuts for a tasty snack. The photographs were taken by 49-year-old photographer Geert Weggen in Bispgarden, Sweden. Geert creates the scene and builds the props for the shoot - he then waits for the wild squirrels to come and pose for the camera. ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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PICTURED: A red squirrel holds an hammer and an walnut Wild red squirrels take matters into their own hands by trying to crack nuts using a variety of tools. The adorable squirrels resort to using hammers, a nutcracker, and even a guillotine as they try to break into the walnuts for a tasty snack. The photographs were taken by 49-year-old photographer Geert Weggen in Bispgarden, Sweden. Geert creates the scene and builds the props for the shoot - he then waits for the wild squirrels to come and pose for the camera. ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Delightful squirrels celebrate the upcoming fashion weeks To celebrate the up-coming fashion weeks starting in September in London, Paris, Milan and New York, photographer, Geert Weggen has created a delightful fashion photo series with his squirrels. In Geert’s photos, the squirrels are making their own clothes by spinning their own wool. The squirrels are wild and live in a forest just outside of Geert’s house in Sweden. He has created an outdoor photo studio – just 3 metres from his kitchen window - where he leaves food hidden in various props for the squirrels to find. The squirrels come to the studio every day via the trees and Geert has formed a lovely bond with the animals. Geert loves the fact that the squirrels look so human like in the photos, especially when they are interacting with the props. It took him 2 months to complete this series and hi9s favourite part is that the series ends with the squirrels selling their clothes at a market. “It is very time consuming to find the props. Every day I am scouring the internet looking for new props or I make the props myself. I work with the squirrels seven days a week, year after year” says Geert.
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Delightful squirrels celebrate the upcoming fashion weeks To celebrate the up-coming fashion weeks starting in September in London, Paris, Milan and New York, photographer, Geert Weggen has created a delightful fashion photo series with his squirrels. In Geert’s photos, the squirrels are making their own clothes by spinning their own wool. The squirrels are wild and live in a forest just outside of Geert’s house in Sweden. He has created an outdoor photo studio – just 3 metres from his kitchen window - where he leaves food hidden in various props for the squirrels to find. The squirrels come to the studio every day via the trees and Geert has formed a lovely bond with the animals. Geert loves the fact that the squirrels look so human like in the photos, especially when they are interacting with the props. It took him 2 months to complete this series and hi9s favourite part is that the series ends with the squirrels selling their clothes at a market. “It is very time consuming to find the props. Every day I am scouring the internet looking for new props or I make the props myself. I work with the squirrels seven days a week, year after year” says Geert.
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Delightful squirrels celebrate the upcoming fashion weeks To celebrate the up-coming fashion weeks starting in September in London, Paris, Milan and New York, photographer, Geert Weggen has created a delightful fashion photo series with his squirrels. In Geert’s photos, the squirrels are making their own clothes by spinning their own wool. The squirrels are wild and live in a forest just outside of Geert’s house in Sweden. He has created an outdoor photo studio – just 3 metres from his kitchen window - where he leaves food hidden in various props for the squirrels to find. The squirrels come to the studio every day via the trees and Geert has formed a lovely bond with the animals. Geert loves the fact that the squirrels look so human like in the photos, especially when they are interacting with the props. It took him 2 months to complete this series and hi9s favourite part is that the series ends with the squirrels selling their clothes at a market. “It is very time consuming to find the props. Every day I am scouring the internet looking for new props or I make the props myself. I work with the squirrels seven days a week, year after year” says Geert.
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Delightful squirrels celebrate the upcoming fashion weeks To celebrate the up-coming fashion weeks starting in September in London, Paris, Milan and New York, photographer, Geert Weggen has created a delightful fashion photo series with his squirrels. In Geert’s photos, the squirrels are making their own clothes by spinning their own wool. The squirrels are wild and live in a forest just outside of Geert’s house in Sweden. He has created an outdoor photo studio – just 3 metres from his kitchen window - where he leaves food hidden in various props for the squirrels to find. The squirrels come to the studio every day via the trees and Geert has formed a lovely bond with the animals. Geert loves the fact that the squirrels look so human like in the photos, especially when they are interacting with the props. It took him 2 months to complete this series and hi9s favourite part is that the series ends with the squirrels selling their clothes at a market. “It is very time consuming to find the props. Every day I am scouring the internet looking for new props or I make the props myself. I work with the squirrels seven days a week, year after year” says Geert.
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Delightful squirrels celebrate the upcoming fashion weeks To celebrate the up-coming fashion weeks starting in September in London, Paris, Milan and New York, photographer, Geert Weggen has created a delightful fashion photo series with his squirrels. In Geert’s photos, the squirrels are making their own clothes by spinning their own wool. The squirrels are wild and live in a forest just outside of Geert’s house in Sweden. He has created an outdoor photo studio – just 3 metres from his kitchen window - where he leaves food hidden in various props for the squirrels to find. The squirrels come to the studio every day via the trees and Geert has formed a lovely bond with the animals. Geert loves the fact that the squirrels look so human like in the photos, especially when they are interacting with the props. It took him 2 months to complete this series and hi9s favourite part is that the series ends with the squirrels selling their clothes at a market. “It is very time consuming to find the props. Every day I am scouring the internet looking for new props or I make the props myself. I work with the squirrels seven days a week, year after year” says Geert.
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Delightful squirrels celebrate the upcoming fashion weeks To celebrate the up-coming fashion weeks starting in September in London, Paris, Milan and New York, photographer, Geert Weggen has created a delightful fashion photo series with his squirrels. In Geert’s photos, the squirrels are making their own clothes by spinning their own wool. The squirrels are wild and live in a forest just outside of Geert’s house in Sweden. He has created an outdoor photo studio – just 3 metres from his kitchen window - where he leaves food hidden in various props for the squirrels to find. The squirrels come to the studio every day via the trees and Geert has formed a lovely bond with the animals. Geert loves the fact that the squirrels look so human like in the photos, especially when they are interacting with the props. It took him 2 months to complete this series and hi9s favourite part is that the series ends with the squirrels selling their clothes at a market. “It is very time consuming to find the props. Every day I am scouring the internet looking for new props or I make the props myself. I work with the squirrels seven days a week, year after year” says Geert.
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Delightful squirrels celebrate the upcoming fashion weeks To celebrate the up-coming fashion weeks starting in September in London, Paris, Milan and New York, photographer, Geert Weggen has created a delightful fashion photo series with his squirrels. In Geert’s photos, the squirrels are making their own clothes by spinning their own wool. The squirrels are wild and live in a forest just outside of Geert’s house in Sweden. He has created an outdoor photo studio – just 3 metres from his kitchen window - where he leaves food hidden in various props for the squirrels to find. The squirrels come to the studio every day via the trees and Geert has formed a lovely bond with the animals. Geert loves the fact that the squirrels look so human like in the photos, especially when they are interacting with the props. It took him 2 months to complete this series and hi9s favourite part is that the series ends with the squirrels selling their clothes at a market. “It is very time consuming to find the props. Every day I am scouring the internet looking for new props or I make the props myself. I work with the squirrels seven days a week, year after year” says Geert.
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Delightful squirrels celebrate the upcoming fashion weeks To celebrate the up-coming fashion weeks starting in September in London, Paris, Milan and New York, photographer, Geert Weggen has created a delightful fashion photo series with his squirrels. In Geert’s photos, the squirrels are making their own clothes by spinning their own wool. The squirrels are wild and live in a forest just outside of Geert’s house in Sweden. He has created an outdoor photo studio – just 3 metres from his kitchen window - where he leaves food hidden in various props for the squirrels to find. The squirrels come to the studio every day via the trees and Geert has formed a lovely bond with the animals. Geert loves the fact that the squirrels look so human like in the photos, especially when they are interacting with the props. It took him 2 months to complete this series and hi9s favourite part is that the series ends with the squirrels selling their clothes at a market. “It is very time consuming to find the props. Every day I am scouring the internet looking for new props or I make the props myself. I work with the squirrels seven days a week, year after year” says Geert.
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Delightful squirrels celebrate the upcoming fashion weeks To celebrate the up-coming fashion weeks starting in September in London, Paris, Milan and New York, photographer, Geert Weggen has created a delightful fashion photo series with his squirrels. In Geert’s photos, the squirrels are making their own clothes by spinning their own wool. The squirrels are wild and live in a forest just outside of Geert’s house in Sweden. He has created an outdoor photo studio – just 3 metres from his kitchen window - where he leaves food hidden in various props for the squirrels to find. The squirrels come to the studio every day via the trees and Geert has formed a lovely bond with the animals. Geert loves the fact that the squirrels look so human like in the photos, especially when they are interacting with the props. It took him 2 months to complete this series and hi9s favourite part is that the series ends with the squirrels selling their clothes at a market. “It is very time consuming to find the props. Every day I am scouring the internet looking for new props or I make the props myself. I work with the squirrels seven days a week, year after year” says Geert.
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Delightful squirrels celebrate the upcoming fashion weeks To celebrate the up-coming fashion weeks starting in September in London, Paris, Milan and New York, photographer, Geert Weggen has created a delightful fashion photo series with his squirrels. In Geert’s photos, the squirrels are making their own clothes by spinning their own wool. The squirrels are wild and live in a forest just outside of Geert’s house in Sweden. He has created an outdoor photo studio – just 3 metres from his kitchen window - where he leaves food hidden in various props for the squirrels to find. The squirrels come to the studio every day via the trees and Geert has formed a lovely bond with the animals. Geert loves the fact that the squirrels look so human like in the photos, especially when they are interacting with the props. It took him 2 months to complete this series and hi9s favourite part is that the series ends with the squirrels selling their clothes at a market. “It is very time consuming to find the props. Every day I am scouring the internet looking for new props or I make the props myself. I work with the squirrels seven days a week, year after year” says Geert.
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Delightful squirrels celebrate the upcoming fashion weeks To celebrate the up-coming fashion weeks starting in September in London, Paris, Milan and New York, photographer, Geert Weggen has created a delightful fashion photo series with his squirrels. In Geert’s photos, the squirrels are making their own clothes by spinning their own wool. The squirrels are wild and live in a forest just outside of Geert’s house in Sweden. He has created an outdoor photo studio – just 3 metres from his kitchen window - where he leaves food hidden in various props for the squirrels to find. The squirrels come to the studio every day via the trees and Geert has formed a lovely bond with the animals. Geert loves the fact that the squirrels look so human like in the photos, especially when they are interacting with the props. It took him 2 months to complete this series and hi9s favourite part is that the series ends with the squirrels selling their clothes at a market. “It is very time consuming to find the props. Every day I am scouring the internet looking for new props or I make the props myself. I work with the squirrels seven days a week, year after year” says Geert.
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Delightful squirrels celebrate the upcoming fashion weeks To celebrate the up-coming fashion weeks starting in September in London, Paris, Milan and New York, photographer, Geert Weggen has created a delightful fashion photo series with his squirrels. In Geert’s photos, the squirrels are making their own clothes by spinning their own wool. The squirrels are wild and live in a forest just outside of Geert’s house in Sweden. He has created an outdoor photo studio – just 3 metres from his kitchen window - where he leaves food hidden in various props for the squirrels to find. The squirrels come to the studio every day via the trees and Geert has formed a lovely bond with the animals. Geert loves the fact that the squirrels look so human like in the photos, especially when they are interacting with the props. It took him 2 months to complete this series and hi9s favourite part is that the series ends with the squirrels selling their clothes at a market. “It is very time consuming to find the props. Every day I am scouring the internet looking for new props or I make the props myself. I work with the squirrels seven days a week, year after year” says Geert.
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Delightful squirrels celebrate the upcoming fashion weeks To celebrate the up-coming fashion weeks starting in September in London, Paris, Milan and New York, photographer, Geert Weggen has created a delightful fashion photo series with his squirrels. In Geert’s photos, the squirrels are making their own clothes by spinning their own wool. The squirrels are wild and live in a forest just outside of Geert’s house in Sweden. He has created an outdoor photo studio – just 3 metres from his kitchen window - where he leaves food hidden in various props for the squirrels to find. The squirrels come to the studio every day via the trees and Geert has formed a lovely bond with the animals. Geert loves the fact that the squirrels look so human like in the photos, especially when they are interacting with the props. It took him 2 months to complete this series and hi9s favourite part is that the series ends with the squirrels selling their clothes at a market. “It is very time consuming to find the props. Every day I am scouring the internet looking for new props or I make the props myself. I work with the squirrels seven days a week, year after year” says Geert.
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Delightful squirrels celebrate the upcoming fashion weeks To celebrate the up-coming fashion weeks starting in September in London, Paris, Milan and New York, photographer, Geert Weggen has created a delightful fashion photo series with his squirrels. In Geert’s photos, the squirrels are making their own clothes by spinning their own wool. The squirrels are wild and live in a forest just outside of Geert’s house in Sweden. He has created an outdoor photo studio – just 3 metres from his kitchen window - where he leaves food hidden in various props for the squirrels to find. The squirrels come to the studio every day via the trees and Geert has formed a lovely bond with the animals. Geert loves the fact that the squirrels look so human like in the photos, especially when they are interacting with the props. It took him 2 months to complete this series and hi9s favourite part is that the series ends with the squirrels selling their clothes at a market. “It is very time consuming to find the props. Every day I am scouring the internet looking for new props or I make the props myself. I work with the squirrels seven days a week, year after year” says Geert.
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Delightful squirrels celebrate the upcoming fashion weeks To celebrate the up-coming fashion weeks starting in September in London, Paris, Milan and New York, photographer, Geert Weggen has created a delightful fashion photo series with his squirrels. In Geert’s photos, the squirrels are making their own clothes by spinning their own wool. The squirrels are wild and live in a forest just outside of Geert’s house in Sweden. He has created an outdoor photo studio – just 3 metres from his kitchen window - where he leaves food hidden in various props for the squirrels to find. The squirrels come to the studio every day via the trees and Geert has formed a lovely bond with the animals. Geert loves the fact that the squirrels look so human like in the photos, especially when they are interacting with the props. It took him 2 months to complete this series and hi9s favourite part is that the series ends with the squirrels selling their clothes at a market. “It is very time consuming to find the props. Every day I am scouring the internet looking for new props or I make the props myself. I work with the squirrels seven days a week, year after year” says Geert.
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A fiery red squirrel perfectly performs a gymnastic split between two flower stems while it snacks on some tasty seeds. The wild forager looks like an acrobat as it perfectly balances in the split position on the delicate delphinium flowers. Professional photographer Geert Weggen, from Bispgarden, Sweden, perfectly captured this gymnastic moment in his back garden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A fiery red squirrel perfectly performs a gymnastic split between two flower stems while it snacks on some tasty seeds. The wild forager looks like an acrobat as it perfectly balances in the split position on the delicate delphinium flowers. Professional photographer Geert Weggen, from Bispgarden, Sweden, perfectly captured this gymnastic moment in his back garden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A fiery red squirrel perfectly performs a gymnastic split between two flower stems while it snacks on some tasty seeds. The wild forager looks like an acrobat as it perfectly balances in the split position on the delicate delphinium flowers. Professional photographer Geert Weggen, from Bispgarden, Sweden, perfectly captured this gymnastic moment in his back garden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A fiery red squirrel perfectly performs a gymnastic split between two flower stems while it snacks on some tasty seeds. The wild forager looks like an acrobat as it perfectly balances in the split position on the delicate delphinium flowers. Professional photographer Geert Weggen, from Bispgarden, Sweden, perfectly captured this gymnastic moment in his back garden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A fiery red squirrel perfectly performs a gymnastic split between two flower stems while it snacks on some tasty seeds. The wild forager looks like an acrobat as it perfectly balances in the split position on the delicate delphinium flowers. Professional photographer Geert Weggen, from Bispgarden, Sweden, perfectly captured this gymnastic moment in his back garden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A fiery red squirrel perfectly performs a gymnastic split between two flower stems while it snacks on some tasty seeds. The wild forager looks like an acrobat as it perfectly balances in the split position on the delicate delphinium flowers. Professional photographer Geert Weggen, from Bispgarden, Sweden, perfectly captured this gymnastic moment in his back garden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A fiery red squirrel perfectly performs a gymnastic split between two flower stems while it snacks on some tasty seeds. The wild forager looks like an acrobat as it perfectly balances in the split position on the delicate delphinium flowers. Professional photographer Geert Weggen, from Bispgarden, Sweden, perfectly captured this gymnastic moment in his back garden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A fiery red squirrel perfectly performs a gymnastic split between two flower stems while it snacks on some tasty seeds. The wild forager looks like an acrobat as it perfectly balances in the split position on the delicate delphinium flowers. Professional photographer Geert Weggen, from Bispgarden, Sweden, perfectly captured this gymnastic moment in his back garden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A fiery red squirrel perfectly performs a gymnastic split between two flower stems while it snacks on some tasty seeds. The wild forager looks like an acrobat as it perfectly balances in the split position on the delicate delphinium flowers. Professional photographer Geert Weggen, from Bispgarden, Sweden, perfectly captured this gymnastic moment in his back garden. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Squirrels look like they are clinging to a toy aeroplane as it flies through the air. The animals are coaxed into standing on the plastic toy as they reach for a strategically placed bucket of sunflower seeds. Photographer Geert Weggen, 49, set up the scene in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, by hanging the plane from wires and waiting in his living room to take photographs of the red squirrels, who had a hard time clinging on to the plane's slippery surface. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Squirrels look like they are clinging to a toy aeroplane as it flies through the air. The animals are coaxed into standing on the plastic toy as they reach for a strategically placed bucket of sunflower seeds. Photographer Geert Weggen, 49, set up the scene in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, by hanging the plane from wires and waiting in his living room to take photographs of the red squirrels, who had a hard time clinging on to the plane's slippery surface. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Squirrels look like they are clinging to a toy aeroplane as it flies through the air. The animals are coaxed into standing on the plastic toy as they reach for a strategically placed bucket of sunflower seeds. Photographer Geert Weggen, 49, set up the scene in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, by hanging the plane from wires and waiting in his living room to take photographs of the red squirrels, who had a hard time clinging on to the plane's slippery surface. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Squirrels look like they are clinging to a toy aeroplane as it flies through the air. The animals are coaxed into standing on the plastic toy as they reach for a strategically placed bucket of sunflower seeds. Photographer Geert Weggen, 49, set up the scene in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, by hanging the plane from wires and waiting in his living room to take photographs of the red squirrels, who had a hard time clinging on to the plane's slippery surface. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Squirrels look like they are clinging to a toy aeroplane as it flies through the air. The animals are coaxed into standing on the plastic toy as they reach for a strategically placed bucket of sunflower seeds. Photographer Geert Weggen, 49, set up the scene in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, by hanging the plane from wires and waiting in his living room to take photographs of the red squirrels, who had a hard time clinging on to the plane's slippery surface. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Squirrels look like they are clinging to a toy aeroplane as it flies through the air. The animals are coaxed into standing on the plastic toy as they reach for a strategically placed bucket of sunflower seeds. Photographer Geert Weggen, 49, set up the scene in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, by hanging the plane from wires and waiting in his living room to take photographs of the red squirrels, who had a hard time clinging on to the plane's slippery surface. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A group of curious squirrels resemble a team of lumberjacks as they play with an axe and saw through miniature props. The wild red squirrels look like they have their own small logging company, chopping wood and taking wheelbarrow loads to be stored. Photographer Geert Weggen, who captured the humorous images, uses well-placed treats to encourage the squirrels into the perfect positions. Taken in Geert's back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, the animals come from a nearby forest and visit there often. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A group of curious squirrels resemble a team of lumberjacks as they play with an axe and saw through miniature props. The wild red squirrels look like they have their own small logging company, chopping wood and taking wheelbarrow loads to be stored. Photographer Geert Weggen, who captured the humorous images, uses well-placed treats to encourage the squirrels into the perfect positions. Taken in Geert's back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, the animals come from a nearby forest and visit there often. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A group of curious squirrels resemble a team of lumberjacks as they play with an axe and saw through miniature props. The wild red squirrels look like they have their own small logging company, chopping wood and taking wheelbarrow loads to be stored. Photographer Geert Weggen, who captured the humorous images, uses well-placed treats to encourage the squirrels into the perfect positions. Taken in Geert's back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, the animals come from a nearby forest and visit there often. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A group of curious squirrels resemble a team of lumberjacks as they play with an axe and saw through miniature props. The wild red squirrels look like they have their own small logging company, chopping wood and taking wheelbarrow loads to be stored. Photographer Geert Weggen, who captured the humorous images, uses well-placed treats to encourage the squirrels into the perfect positions. Taken in Geert's back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, the animals come from a nearby forest and visit there often. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A group of curious squirrels resemble a team of lumberjacks as they play with an axe and saw through miniature props. The wild red squirrels look like they have their own small logging company, chopping wood and taking wheelbarrow loads to be stored. Photographer Geert Weggen, who captured the humorous images, uses well-placed treats to encourage the squirrels into the perfect positions. Taken in Geert's back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, the animals come from a nearby forest and visit there often. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A group of curious squirrels resemble a team of lumberjacks as they play with an axe and saw through miniature props. The wild red squirrels look like they have their own small logging company, chopping wood and taking wheelbarrow loads to be stored. Photographer Geert Weggen, who captured the humorous images, uses well-placed treats to encourage the squirrels into the perfect positions. Taken in Geert's back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, the animals come from a nearby forest and visit there often. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A group of curious squirrels resemble a team of lumberjacks as they play with an axe and saw through miniature props. The wild red squirrels look like they have their own small logging company, chopping wood and taking wheelbarrow loads to be stored. Photographer Geert Weggen, who captured the humorous images, uses well-placed treats to encourage the squirrels into the perfect positions. Taken in Geert's back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, the animals come from a nearby forest and visit there often. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A group of curious squirrels resemble a team of lumberjacks as they play with an axe and saw through miniature props. The wild red squirrels look like they have their own small logging company, chopping wood and taking wheelbarrow loads to be stored. Photographer Geert Weggen, who captured the humorous images, uses well-placed treats to encourage the squirrels into the perfect positions. Taken in Geert's back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, the animals come from a nearby forest and visit there often. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A group of curious squirrels resemble a team of lumberjacks as they play with an axe and saw through miniature props. The wild red squirrels look like they have their own small logging company, chopping wood and taking wheelbarrow loads to be stored. Photographer Geert Weggen, who captured the humorous images, uses well-placed treats to encourage the squirrels into the perfect positions. Taken in Geert's back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, the animals come from a nearby forest and visit there often. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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A group of curious squirrels resemble a team of lumberjacks as they play with an axe and saw through miniature props. The wild red squirrels look like they have their own small logging company, chopping wood and taking wheelbarrow loads to be stored. Photographer Geert Weggen, who captured the humorous images, uses well-placed treats to encourage the squirrels into the perfect positions. Taken in Geert's back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, the animals come from a nearby forest and visit there often. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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AS BRITAIN experiences the heaviest snowfall in seven years some Red squirrels show how to wait it out ??" in their very own igloo. Incredible images show the squirrels enjoying hanging out in their little snow home as one peeks out the door while the other plays on the roof. Amusing video footage shows one squirrel exploring his temporary house as he hunts for food near his post box and toboggan before he eats a nut from the photographer???s mouth. The light-hearted photographs were taken in Bispg?Arden, Sweden by local artist and photographer Geert Weggen (49). Geert Weggen / mediadrumworld.com
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AS BRITAIN experiences the heaviest snowfall in seven years some Red squirrels show how to wait it out ??" in their very own igloo. Incredible images show the squirrels enjoying hanging out in their little snow home as one peeks out the door while the other plays on the roof. Amusing video footage shows one squirrel exploring his temporary house as he hunts for food near his post box and toboggan before he eats a nut from the photographer???s mouth. The light-hearted photographs were taken in Bispg?Arden, Sweden by local artist and photographer Geert Weggen (49). Geert Weggen / mediadrumworld.com
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AS BRITAIN experiences the heaviest snowfall in seven years some Red squirrels show how to wait it out ??" in their very own igloo. Incredible images show the squirrels enjoying hanging out in their little snow home as one peeks out the door while the other plays on the roof. Amusing video footage shows one squirrel exploring his temporary house as he hunts for food near his post box and toboggan before he eats a nut from the photographer???s mouth. The light-hearted photographs were taken in Bispg?Arden, Sweden by local artist and photographer Geert Weggen (49). Geert Weggen / mediadrumworld.com
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AS BRITAIN experiences the heaviest snowfall in seven years some Red squirrels show how to wait it out ??" in their very own igloo. Incredible images show the squirrels enjoying hanging out in their little snow home as one peeks out the door while the other plays on the roof. Amusing video footage shows one squirrel exploring his temporary house as he hunts for food near his post box and toboggan before he eats a nut from the photographer???s mouth. The light-hearted photographs were taken in Bispg?Arden, Sweden by local artist and photographer Geert Weggen (49). Geert Weggen / mediadrumworld.com
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AS BRITAIN experiences the heaviest snowfall in seven years some Red squirrels show how to wait it out ??" in their very own igloo. Incredible images show the squirrels enjoying hanging out in their little snow home as one peeks out the door while the other plays on the roof. Amusing video footage shows one squirrel exploring his temporary house as he hunts for food near his post box and toboggan before he eats a nut from the photographer???s mouth. The light-hearted photographs were taken in Bispg?Arden, Sweden by local artist and photographer Geert Weggen (49). Geert Weggen / mediadrumworld.com
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AS BRITAIN experiences the heaviest snowfall in seven years some Red squirrels show how to wait it out ??" in their very own igloo. Incredible images show the squirrels enjoying hanging out in their little snow home as one peeks out the door while the other plays on the roof. Amusing video footage shows one squirrel exploring his temporary house as he hunts for food near his post box and toboggan before he eats a nut from the photographer???s mouth. The light-hearted photographs were taken in Bispg?Arden, Sweden by local artist and photographer Geert Weggen (49). Geert Weggen / mediadrumworld.com
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AS BRITAIN experiences the heaviest snowfall in seven years some Red squirrels show how to wait it out ??" in their very own igloo. Incredible images show the squirrels enjoying hanging out in their little snow home as one peeks out the door while the other plays on the roof. Amusing video footage shows one squirrel exploring his temporary house as he hunts for food near his post box and toboggan before he eats a nut from the photographer???s mouth. The light-hearted photographs were taken in Bispg?Arden, Sweden by local artist and photographer Geert Weggen (49). Geert Weggen / mediadrumworld.com
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AS BRITAIN experiences the heaviest snowfall in seven years some Red squirrels show how to wait it out ??" in their very own igloo. Incredible images show the squirrels enjoying hanging out in their little snow home as one peeks out the door while the other plays on the roof. Amusing video footage shows one squirrel exploring his temporary house as he hunts for food near his post box and toboggan before he eats a nut from the photographer???s mouth. The light-hearted photographs were taken in Bispg?Arden, Sweden by local artist and photographer Geert Weggen (49). Geert Weggen / mediadrumworld.com
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AS BRITAIN experiences the heaviest snowfall in seven years some Red squirrels show how to wait it out ??" in their very own igloo. Incredible images show the squirrels enjoying hanging out in their little snow home as one peeks out the door while the other plays on the roof. Amusing video footage shows one squirrel exploring his temporary house as he hunts for food near his post box and toboggan before he eats a nut from the photographer???s mouth. The light-hearted photographs were taken in Bispg?Arden, Sweden by local artist and photographer Geert Weggen (49). Geert Weggen / mediadrumworld.com
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AS BRITAIN experiences the heaviest snowfall in seven years some Red squirrels show how to wait it out ??" in their very own igloo. Incredible images show the squirrels enjoying hanging out in their little snow home as one peeks out the door while the other plays on the roof. Amusing video footage shows one squirrel exploring his temporary house as he hunts for food near his post box and toboggan before he eats a nut from the photographer???s mouth. The light-hearted photographs were taken in Bispg?Arden, Sweden by local artist and photographer Geert Weggen (49). Geert Weggen / mediadrumworld.com
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Pictured: A photographer's patience paid off when he captured shots of red squirrels as they appeared to hang out the washing. Geert Weggen, 49, set up a miniature washing line, tiny laundry and a washing machine in his garden in Bispg?rden, Sweden. He has photographed red squirrels visiting his garden on numerous occasions, using food to coax them into taking part in his unique scenes. Over the course of several months, he photographed five red squirrels as they appeared to hang up clothes, iron them and pack them away in a suitcase. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A photographer's patience paid off when he captured shots of red squirrels as they appeared to hang out the washing. Geert Weggen, 49, set up a miniature washing line, tiny laundry and a washing machine in his garden in Bispg?rden, Sweden. He has photographed red squirrels visiting his garden on numerous occasions, using food to coax them into taking part in his unique scenes. Over the course of several months, he photographed five red squirrels as they appeared to hang up clothes, iron them and pack them away in a suitcase. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A photographer's patience paid off when he captured shots of red squirrels as they appeared to hang out the washing. Geert Weggen, 49, set up a miniature washing line, tiny laundry and a washing machine in his garden in Bispg?rden, Sweden. He has photographed red squirrels visiting his garden on numerous occasions, using food to coax them into taking part in his unique scenes. Over the course of several months, he photographed five red squirrels as they appeared to hang up clothes, iron them and pack them away in a suitcase. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A photographer's patience paid off when he captured shots of red squirrels as they appeared to hang out the washing. Geert Weggen, 49, set up a miniature washing line, tiny laundry and a washing machine in his garden in Bispg?rden, Sweden. He has photographed red squirrels visiting his garden on numerous occasions, using food to coax them into taking part in his unique scenes. Over the course of several months, he photographed five red squirrels as they appeared to hang up clothes, iron them and pack them away in a suitcase. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A photographer's patience paid off when he captured shots of red squirrels as they appeared to hang out the washing. Geert Weggen, 49, set up a miniature washing line, tiny laundry and a washing machine in his garden in Bispg?rden, Sweden. He has photographed red squirrels visiting his garden on numerous occasions, using food to coax them into taking part in his unique scenes. Over the course of several months, he photographed five red squirrels as they appeared to hang up clothes, iron them and pack them away in a suitcase. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A photographer's patience paid off when he captured shots of red squirrels as they appeared to hang out the washing. Geert Weggen, 49, set up a miniature washing line, tiny laundry and a washing machine in his garden in Bispg?rden, Sweden. He has photographed red squirrels visiting his garden on numerous occasions, using food to coax them into taking part in his unique scenes. Over the course of several months, he photographed five red squirrels as they appeared to hang up clothes, iron them and pack them away in a suitcase. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A photographer's patience paid off when he captured shots of red squirrels as they appeared to hang out the washing. Geert Weggen, 49, set up a miniature washing line, tiny laundry and a washing machine in his garden in Bispg?rden, Sweden. He has photographed red squirrels visiting his garden on numerous occasions, using food to coax them into taking part in his unique scenes. Over the course of several months, he photographed five red squirrels as they appeared to hang up clothes, iron them and pack them away in a suitcase. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A photographer's patience paid off when he captured shots of red squirrels as they appeared to hang out the washing. Geert Weggen, 49, set up a miniature washing line, tiny laundry and a washing machine in his garden in Bispg?rden, Sweden. He has photographed red squirrels visiting his garden on numerous occasions, using food to coax them into taking part in his unique scenes. Over the course of several months, he photographed five red squirrels as they appeared to hang up clothes, iron them and pack them away in a suitcase. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A photographer's patience paid off when he captured shots of red squirrels as they appeared to hang out the washing. Geert Weggen, 49, set up a miniature washing line, tiny laundry and a washing machine in his garden in Bispg?rden, Sweden. He has photographed red squirrels visiting his garden on numerous occasions, using food to coax them into taking part in his unique scenes. Over the course of several months, he photographed five red squirrels as they appeared to hang up clothes, iron them and pack them away in a suitcase. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A photographer's patience paid off when he captured shots of red squirrels as they appeared to hang out the washing. Geert Weggen, 49, set up a miniature washing line, tiny laundry and a washing machine in his garden in Bispg?rden, Sweden. He has photographed red squirrels visiting his garden on numerous occasions, using food to coax them into taking part in his unique scenes. Over the course of several months, he photographed five red squirrels as they appeared to hang up clothes, iron them and pack them away in a suitcase. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A photographer's patience paid off when he captured shots of red squirrels as they appeared to hang out the washing. Geert Weggen, 49, set up a miniature washing line, tiny laundry and a washing machine in his garden in Bispg?rden, Sweden. He has photographed red squirrels visiting his garden on numerous occasions, using food to coax them into taking part in his unique scenes. Over the course of several months, he photographed five red squirrels as they appeared to hang up clothes, iron them and pack them away in a suitcase. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A photographer's patience paid off when he captured shots of red squirrels as they appeared to hang out the washing. Geert Weggen, 49, set up a miniature washing line, tiny laundry and a washing machine in his garden in Bispg?rden, Sweden. He has photographed red squirrels visiting his garden on numerous occasions, using food to coax them into taking part in his unique scenes. Over the course of several months, he photographed five red squirrels as they appeared to hang up clothes, iron them and pack them away in a suitcase. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A photographer's patience paid off when he captured shots of red squirrels as they appeared to hang out the washing. Geert Weggen, 49, set up a miniature washing line, tiny laundry and a washing machine in his garden in Bispg?rden, Sweden. He has photographed red squirrels visiting his garden on numerous occasions, using food to coax them into taking part in his unique scenes. Over the course of several months, he photographed five red squirrels as they appeared to hang up clothes, iron them and pack them away in a suitcase. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The squirrels showing off their DIY skills A group of curious squirrels almost resemble carpenters as they play with miniature props imitating a hammer and saw. The wild red squirrels appear to be hard at work building their own shed, one sawing as the other hammers. Using well-placed treats, photographer Geert Weggen encouraged the squirrels to venture in and play with the props, making for the humorous shots. The 49 year old snapped the animals in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, which they visit frequently. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The squirrels showing off their DIY skills A group of curious squirrels almost resemble carpenters as they play with miniature props imitating a hammer and saw. The wild red squirrels appear to be hard at work building their own shed, one sawing as the other hammers. Using well-placed treats, photographer Geert Weggen encouraged the squirrels to venture in and play with the props, making for the humorous shots. The 49 year old snapped the animals in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, which they visit frequently. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The squirrels showing off their DIY skills A group of curious squirrels almost resemble carpenters as they play with miniature props imitating a hammer and saw. The wild red squirrels appear to be hard at work building their own shed, one sawing as the other hammers. Using well-placed treats, photographer Geert Weggen encouraged the squirrels to venture in and play with the props, making for the humorous shots. The 49 year old snapped the animals in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, which they visit frequently. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The squirrels showing off their DIY skills A group of curious squirrels almost resemble carpenters as they play with miniature props imitating a hammer and saw. The wild red squirrels appear to be hard at work building their own shed, one sawing as the other hammers. Using well-placed treats, photographer Geert Weggen encouraged the squirrels to venture in and play with the props, making for the humorous shots. The 49 year old snapped the animals in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, which they visit frequently. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The squirrels showing off their DIY skills A group of curious squirrels almost resemble carpenters as they play with miniature props imitating a hammer and saw. The wild red squirrels appear to be hard at work building their own shed, one sawing as the other hammers. Using well-placed treats, photographer Geert Weggen encouraged the squirrels to venture in and play with the props, making for the humorous shots. The 49 year old snapped the animals in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, which they visit frequently. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The squirrels showing off their DIY skills A group of curious squirrels almost resemble carpenters as they play with miniature props imitating a hammer and saw. The wild red squirrels appear to be hard at work building their own shed, one sawing as the other hammers. Using well-placed treats, photographer Geert Weggen encouraged the squirrels to venture in and play with the props, making for the humorous shots. The 49 year old snapped the animals in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, which they visit frequently. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The squirrels showing off their DIY skills A group of curious squirrels almost resemble carpenters as they play with miniature props imitating a hammer and saw. The wild red squirrels appear to be hard at work building their own shed, one sawing as the other hammers. Using well-placed treats, photographer Geert Weggen encouraged the squirrels to venture in and play with the props, making for the humorous shots. The 49 year old snapped the animals in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, which they visit frequently. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The squirrels showing off their DIY skills A group of curious squirrels almost resemble carpenters as they play with miniature props imitating a hammer and saw. The wild red squirrels appear to be hard at work building their own shed, one sawing as the other hammers. Using well-placed treats, photographer Geert Weggen encouraged the squirrels to venture in and play with the props, making for the humorous shots. The 49 year old snapped the animals in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, which they visit frequently. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The squirrels showing off their DIY skills A group of curious squirrels almost resemble carpenters as they play with miniature props imitating a hammer and saw. The wild red squirrels appear to be hard at work building their own shed, one sawing as the other hammers. Using well-placed treats, photographer Geert Weggen encouraged the squirrels to venture in and play with the props, making for the humorous shots. The 49 year old snapped the animals in his back garden in Bispgarden, Sweden, which they visit frequently. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: One of the squirrels with the nibbled pineapple face? These curious squirrels appear to be playing a dressing up game as they stick their heads into masks made out of a pineapple and a melon. The hilarious pictures show a group of the red squirrels playing with some hanging fruit props, humorously decorated to look like different characters. The fruit hanging by a cable has been hollowed out with glasses, grapes and even a carrot attached, which look like a fruit version of Mr Potato Head from Toy Story. Professional photographer Geert Weggen, 45, photographs the rodents as they come to his garden in Sweden to eat food he has left for them. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: One of the red squirrels wearing the watermelon face.? These curious squirrels appear to be playing a dressing up game as they stick their heads into masks made out of a pineapple and a melon. The hilarious pictures show a group of the red squirrels playing with some hanging fruit props, humorously decorated to look like different characters. The fruit hanging by a cable has been hollowed out with glasses, grapes and even a carrot attached, which look like a fruit version of Mr Potato Head from Toy Story. Professional photographer Geert Weggen, 45, photographs the rodents as they come to his garden in Sweden to eat food he has left for them. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: One of the squirrels with the pineapple face? These curious squirrels appear to be playing a dressing up game as they stick their heads into masks made out of a pineapple and a melon. The hilarious pictures show a group of the red squirrels playing with some hanging fruit props, humorously decorated to look like different characters. The fruit hanging by a cable has been hollowed out with glasses, grapes and even a carrot attached, which look like a fruit version of Mr Potato Head from Toy Story. Professional photographer Geert Weggen, 45, photographs the rodents as they come to his garden in Sweden to eat food he has left for them. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: One of the red squirrels wearing the watermelon face.? These curious squirrels appear to be playing a dressing up game as they stick their heads into masks made out of a pineapple and a melon. The hilarious pictures show a group of the red squirrels playing with some hanging fruit props, humorously decorated to look like different characters. The fruit hanging by a cable has been hollowed out with glasses, grapes and even a carrot attached, which look like a fruit version of Mr Potato Head from Toy Story. Professional photographer Geert Weggen, 45, photographs the rodents as they come to his garden in Sweden to eat food he has left for them. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: One of the squirrels with the pineapple face? These curious squirrels appear to be playing a dressing up game as they stick their heads into masks made out of a pineapple and a melon. The hilarious pictures show a group of the red squirrels playing with some hanging fruit props, humorously decorated to look like different characters. The fruit hanging by a cable has been hollowed out with glasses, grapes and even a carrot attached, which look like a fruit version of Mr Potato Head from Toy Story. Professional photographer Geert Weggen, 45, photographs the rodents as they come to his garden in Sweden to eat food he has left for them. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Geert Weggen/Solent News ? Geert Weggen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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