While making the pictures of the Miningbees I showed the previous days, I suddenly heard a noise in the dry leaves laying around. A small "mouce"* passed by. I left the bees and followed the fast "mouce"* to a tree where it tried to hide in a little hole close to the ground. I posted myself before this little hole, laying down as flat on the ground as possible, ready to take some pictures as soon as the mice would show up again. I was not fully aware that I was laying on the public path... - so a person passing by just wondered what was happening - thought I had a hart-attack or something ... He had a good laugh and I .... I had my pictures of this "mouse"* ! "A photographer should never be worried about the pose he is in while making his pictures..."
* (Clethrionomys glareolus - Bank/Wood/Red vole - Rosse woelmuis)
Schilde (Be) - 25/03/2010
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