How often do you stop and smell the flowers? If you don’t take the time in your day to do it that often, let these photographs of ground squirrels taking the time to smell flowers inspire you.

Dutch wildlife photographer Dick van Duijn shared these delightful photos on his Facebook page. One photo in particular has gone viral. It shows a ground squirrel, his eyes closed in bliss, smelling a yellow flower.

Van Duijn, 34, took the photo while visiting Vienna, Austria this past summer.

He wrote [translated]: “Last week I went to Austria for a few days to photograph ‘Ziesels’. These funny, curious and acrobatic ground squirrels were on my photograph list for a long time. I have a lot of fantastic images with them and beautiful flowers which I’m very happy with.

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Smells like Summer 🌼

Posted by Dick van Duijn on Wednesday, July 31, 2019

The ground squirrel inhaled the scent and then took a nibble.

”Let me smell you…”

”Let me smell you…” 🌹 Ziesel met een klaproos

Posted by Dick van Duijn on Wednesday, July 10, 2019

This dandelion blossom looks tasty.

Ziesel met een hele grote paardenbloem

Posted by Dick van Duijn on Monday, June 10, 2019

The first photo of a ground squirrel van Duijn took.

Afgelopen week ben ik een aantal dagen naar Oostenrijk geweest om "ziesels" te fotograferen. Deze grappige,…

Posted by Dick van Duijn on Friday, June 7, 2019

Van Duijn also takes photographs of birds and other wildlife which you can see on his Facebook page.

Omdat ik niet in de gelegenheid ben om naar het buitenland te gaan om de bijeneter te fotograferen, ben ik vandaag een dagje naar de nieuwe vogelhut in Emmen geweest om deze prachtige vogel vast te leggen.

Posted by Dick van Duijn on Tuesday, July 16, 2019

These ground squirrel photos remind us a bit of the photos of harvest mice in fields in England.

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