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|Tracks of common hare in the snow. Lepus europaeus, Common hare (Cape, or Brown Hare) is distributed to many parts of the Europe and Asia and north of Africa,, and was introduced to Australia. |
Es una espècie relativament comú, té hàbits nocturns i es difícil de veure, la seva presencia es fàcilment detectable a l’hivern per les seves petjades a la neu Andorra i protegida segons el Conveni relatiu a la conservació de la vida salvatge i del medi natural d’Europa, Berna, 19.IX.1979.
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- [2006-11-05 11:44]
Very interesting subject that is well composed with good handling of the light. To get the shade in the tracks right, the sun must have been from the front. No overexposure which must have been difficult with the white snow.
I have not come across anything similiar on this site and I must say this is very refreshing.