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Big Bunny

By Graywolf
Again taken on Monday morning. A clasic relaxed but watchful pose. It was early in the morning and the hares were definitely showing the signs of having been trawling through damp grass. The field they are in has recently been mown and there ar quite a few lapwings looking a bit lost. I don't know whether they have lost chicks but 'm sure some must have.

Neither picture is as sharp as I would like. Off out to get more so hopefully you will see an improvement. I had forgotten my beanbag so was having to hold the rig rather awkwardly on top a gate stoop.

Unfortunately the weather hasn't been so good the last few mornings, so I'm keeping my fingers crossed for Saturday.

Tags: Wildlife and nature

Voters: alexey_s, PeelNStick, cmf and 19 more


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Comments


PeelNStick 12 4 United States
18 Jun 2009 7:40PM
Nice capture. That's the first bunny that I have seen that appears intimidating.

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cmf 7 15 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2009 7:45PM
Brilliant, I love hares and this is a fantastic capture
HuntedDragon 7 118 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2009 7:57PM
hare today gone tomorrow
hellsbells8868 8 151 2 Wales
18 Jun 2009 7:58PM
Fantastic image, great eye and i agree he looks intimidating.
cassiecat 8 39 46 England
18 Jun 2009 8:15PM
nice light on the wet hare.lesley
GreyMoonRising 7 1.5k 1
27 Jun 2009 7:56PM
Great looking Hare.
Peter
redshank 7 1 United Kingdom
18 Mar 2010 6:46AM
Great image.
Martin

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