Pray-zelnut The Lord

This incredible photo captured the divine moment a hungry squirrel looked to the heavens for his next meal. The once in a lifetime snap was taken by Martin Patten who stumbled across the spiritual scene at The British Wildlife Centre in Surrey. The 47-year-old from Watford was on a trip with other budding amateur photographers when he spotted the squirrel’s bizarre behaviour. The father-of-one said he knew immediately that it would make for a great picture.

This incredible photo captured the divine moment a hungry squirrel looked to the heavens for his next meal. The once in a lifetime snap was taken by Martin Patten who stumbled across the spiritual scene at The British Wildlife Centre in Surrey. The 47-year-old from Watford was on a trip with other budding amateur photographers when he spotted the squirrel's bizarre behaviour. The father-of-one said he knew immediately that it would make for a great picture.

This incredible photo captured the divine moment a hungry squirrel looked to the heavens for his next meal. The once in a lifetime snap was taken by Martin Patten who stumbled across the spiritual scene at The British Wildlife Centre in Surrey. The 47-year-old from Watford was on a trip with other budding amateur photographers when he spotted the squirrel's bizarre behaviour. The father-of-one said he knew immediately that it would make for a great picture.

This incredible photo captured the divine moment a hungry squirrel looked to the heavens for his next meal. The once in a lifetime snap was taken by Martin Patten who stumbled across the spiritual scene at The British Wildlife Centre in Surrey. The 47-year-old from Watford was on a trip with other budding amateur photographers when he spotted the squirrel's bizarre behaviour. The father-of-one said he knew immediately that it would make for a great picture.

This incredible photo captured the divine moment a hungry squirrel looked to the heavens for his next meal. The once in a lifetime snap was taken by Martin Patten who stumbled across the spiritual scene at The British Wildlife Centre in Surrey. The 47-year-old from Watford was on a trip with other budding amateur photographers when he spotted the squirrel's bizarre behaviour. The father-of-one said he knew immediately that it would make for a great picture.