These squirrels are the most lovable tiny musicians you have ever seen!
Geert Weggen seems to be a true fan of both squirrels and music. He made friends with these amiable creatures coming to his garden and built an outside studio to take amazing pictures of them. This photo session of squirrels playing small musical instruments is just splendid!
Geert Weggen, a Swedish photographer and carpenter, was working on a children book "Squirrel Teaching You The Alphabet" when he took a picture of a squirrel holding a xylophone to represent the letter "X". That's how the whole thing started: he just had to continue this lovable series! As Geert says, it wasn't easy at all to find such small-sized musical instruments, but it was well worth it: just check how adorable these photos are.These squirrels seem to have a taste for music!
Are you ready?
Ba Dum Tss!
Ready for a guitar solo?
And now a saxophone solo!
When words fail, music speaks!
We are totally in love with this great music band! And what about you? Tell us in the comments below!
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