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Mountain Hare (Lepus timidus)

By teocali
A wild Mountain Hare (Lepus timidus) taken last weekend in Strathspey, Cairngorms National Park. This is a large crop as my subject was over 150yds away.

Many thanks for your generous support of my last upload, with a special thank you to Zoran (Bzox) for his User Award - very much appreciated Smile

Tags: Wild Mammal Mountain hare Wildlife and nature Findhorn valley Cairngorms national park Lepus timidus Strathspey

Voters: RobertTurley, jennialexander, Len1950 and 21 more

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PhilT2 Plus
8 443 29 England
21 Mar 2014 9:53AM
Super backdrop and nicely composed. Excellent image

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ColleenA Plus
5 354 5 Australia
21 Mar 2014 10:22AM
Impressive the colours, pose, background....delightful capture
Daisymaye Plus
9 23 16 Canada
21 Mar 2014 11:25AM
Excellent capture of this little beauty.
CaroleS Plus
7 433 3 United Kingdom
21 Mar 2014 11:34AM
Chinga Plus
7 3 1 United Kingdom
21 Mar 2014 2:30PM
Superb capture...
Glostopcat 12 255 2 England
21 Mar 2014 10:50PM
A terrific shot of this wary looking hare, it blends in well with that background of rocks
AnnJ Plus
6 5 Scotland
21 Mar 2014 10:57PM
I had been wondering how you got on in the Cairngorms....would love to hear more about your trip and if you enjoyed it as much as the one last year. This is a great image of a mountain hare.

As I keep reminding you, your photos just get better and better! Ann.
viscostatic 11 35 5 United Kingdom
22 Mar 2014 1:52PM
It shows the hare so well in its habitat Sylvia.

JohnoP 12 2
23 Mar 2014 8:34PM
Wonderful image of a beautiful and my most favourite mammal Sylvia! Smile John
annettep38 Plus
6 218 40 Costa Rica
1 Apr 2014 11:05PM
amazing eye contact, he really seems to observe his observer. Excellent quality for the crop!

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