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  • Monica Serra

    This would be a great picture to hang on the wall of a rustic/log cabin home.

  • Julianna Ziola-Vega

    Hare. Painting inspiration.

  • Lunamiu

    Hare Art.

  • papeldecelo

    Rabbit Portrait (by Altötting Martin et Karczinski) #photography #portrait #animal #rabbit

  • Trudy H-M

    Hare portrait. A wise noble creature.

  • Jade Ravenheart-Wallace

    The Easter Bunny is not a bunny or rabbit at all, but is actually a hare, the sacred animal of Eostre (or Oestra/Ostara), the ancient Teutonic Goddess of the Spring Moon. At the vernal equinox (March or April) the hares go ‘mad’ and at this time of year, one of Eostre’s hares laid an egg, the Egg of New Life, or the "Easter" Egg.

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Beautiful Hare by oneshotonepic ...Hi! My name is Flopsy Mopsy! ;)

Jackrabbits are so easy to spot, with their big, long ears. Baby jackrabbits can run immediately after being born. Adults can leap 3 meters (10 feet) at a time at speeds of 64 kilometers (40 miles) per hour. Being nocturnal, they feed mainly from sunset to sunrise. Watch for those big ears running away from your headlights at night!

little bunny... like my rabbit he's name uplik but already die :'(

Druids and later “witches” were thought to shapeshift into hares for magical work. Because of this belief, according to Julius Cesar (since we all know his works on the Celts are just so very reliable), it was considered taboo amongst the Celts to eat hare in case you were eating someone who was just shifting.

Pardon me, could you direct me to the cabbage patch?

This kind of evokes the photographs you found a couple years back, one of which you gave me for christmas. I haven't framed it yet, but I always imagine putting it in my remodeled bathroom.

Tanya Brett, London...as much as I dislike rabbits in the garden...something pleasing about this piece of statuary.

I love bunnies. Would like this in an antique frame for pipers room.