With camera in hand I prowl our botanical jungle, seeking out the everyday lives of plants and critters
In your garden? Is it wild or yours ? I want it in my garden too. ^^
Hey there Christine girl ! We used to have a few bunnies in our gardens but none this year at all .. I don't mind them .. even when they managed to kill our apple tree when we first moved in here .. winters are hard and I can't blame an animal in need of food ;-)Wow .. those rhodos are GORGEOUS !Joy : )
Hi Makiko. It's not from my garden and it is wild. These bunnies live on Trinidad Head where we take frequent walks. We usually encounter them on the east side of the hill in the late afternoon. They won't let you get too close, but they are not too afraid either. I love them. I'm happy you do too. :)Joy and Paz, so glad you like the bunnies too!
Love your bunny captures, Christine! How delightful! Love seeing little critters when I take walks! Hope you have a great weekend!Sylvia
Another thought, Joy. Since we've lived here I've seen the wild animal population ebb and flow; a most natural thing I think. Some years we have lots of fox, skunks and raccoons, even an occasional bear in the yard, this year and last I've not seen one of any of these.
Thank you Sylvia. Isn't this guy/gal cute?Hope you have a wonderful weekend as well with lots of sunshine. :)
Hi Folks. I'm off for another weekend away from my computer. Don't worry if your comments don't show up right away - I'll get them up as soon as I can.Happy Gardening!
happy weekend to one and all!paz xoxo
Wee rabbit, are youforaging for food or fun?When you see me—run!A sky-watching elder
Happy weekend to you Paz!Fabulous haiku, MMT. Thank you!
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