Greetings Oronbb and Chris, I almost missed him too. Blended in with the snow very well.
Greetings Aga, Ahhh....you have found the beast. Not many do ;-)) Thanks for visiting.
When I first saw this photo, it was a thumbnail version and it looked liked a giant rabbit on top of a mountain with billowy clouds behind it. :)
It was next to the "Once in a Blue Moon" photo, which said you are a master of Photoshop. So you can imagine my disappointment when it turned out to be a normal size rabbit in the snow. Great shot nevertheless.
Great shot, Richard. I like how you were able to arrrange for the foul beast to sit in that nice sunny spot for you.
Greetings Fran and Not 1 Word, Thanks for visiting the most dangerous bunny and the very kind comments. I was lucky the foul beast did not go for the throat as I was so close.
so lovely =)
I love bunnies
WOW! Great! Absolutely fan shot! Hello from Russia
What a nice little one. A very good shot I think!
:) Lovely. :)
This will be one of my favourites.
Great shot Richard; I like the way he looks like he's quite sure you can't see him. But if you do see him, he'll rip you apart!
It is lovely！ Excellent work！ Nice shot！
Very Very Beautiful. Congratulations on a lovely Photo. Greetings!
Thanks for this photo.
Greetings Anna, The snow shoe hare is very well disguised in winter and it was only by chance that I saw him a few yards off the trail. He was very comfortable sitting on his front porch watching all the hikers and skiers go by. I am glad you found him too. Thank you for the kind words.
another fantastic and tender shot, Rich. It looks very Christmassy somehow, I love the shadow on the snow, a wonderful effect to go with the gorgeous hare. It's a lovely greeting card image. I'll give a Y* for my favorites! Regards, susan
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Photo taken in Rocky Mountain National Park, Glacier Gorge, Estes Park, CO 80517, USA
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