What a nice surprise on the promenade. Wish you a nice sunday! Zinnia
Hi,Judith. You were lucky to see that cute bunny!She has sweet eyes.I love it.Have a beautiful Sunday! Tomoko
They are cute. Hard to believe they are so destructive to our plants. One was hopping away down our sidewalks the other day.Cher Sunray Gardens
Calling by from Sunlit Sunday, as another participant, how lovely that he was not camera shy.
Oh how cute! Love your Sunlit Sunday bunny photos!
aw-w-w what a cute little bunny, they will soon be hopping about the garden looking for things to nibble on
What a cute little thing, he is hopping around happily.
ohhhhhh .... love that he wasn't camera shy. We have some on our property ...but they are camera shy!! ...Wishing you a beautiful Sunday ... Enjoy the expect 16 ...xo HHL
Cute little bunny. I think he was looking for a place to hide the Easter baskets.I hope you are enjoying a sunlit Sunday.
How cute. Good photo captures.
Our "wild" animals seem braver and braver ... had two deer in our yard last week and they stood and stared at us when we made a commotion.
Oh how marvellous to be able to get a great photo of that rabbit before it hopped away.
Great shot! We don't have many bunnies around Pondside, so I am always a bit excited when I spy one. I have always loved the Albrecht Durer painting of a rabbit - herehttp://www.art.com/products/p10289919-sa-i846111/albrecht-duerer-young-hare.htmand your photo made me think of it.
Hello, JudithI spotted some rabbit footprints in my backyard, while the snow was here, but no sign of the actual creature. I checked out the Albrecht Durer link that Pondside left; it is beautiful.-Karen
Ms. Bunny didn't seem too afraid! We have bunnies (domesticated of course) at the shelter. I like to pet them; they are really soft! Have a Happy St. Patrick's Day, Judith!Blessings, Beth
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