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|Amazing what can be found out and about isn't it. I brought my camera into work one day last year and went for a walk lunchtime in the churchyard opposite. I was suprised to see the rabbits out and about in the midday sun.|
Rabbits are clearly distinguished from hares in that rabbits are altricial, having young that are born blind and hairless. In contrast, hares are generally born with hair and are able to see (precocial). All rabbits except the cottontail rabbit live underground in burrows or warrens, while hares live in simple nests above the ground (as does the cottontail rabbit), and usually do not live in groups. Hares are generally larger than rabbits, with longer ears, and have black markings on their fur. Hares have not been domesticated, while rabbits are often kept as house pets. In gardens, they are typically kept in hutches — small, wooden, house-like boxes — that protect the rabbits from the environment and predators.
Model: Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
Software: Paint.NET v3.36
Exposure Time: 1/1600
ISO Speed Ratings: 400
Focal Length: 200/1 mm
Date Taken: 2008-03-14 13:36
Metering Mode: Pattern
Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode
File Size: 269 kb
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Hello Helen, lovely shot of this cute rabit.
TFS and greetings,
- [2009-08-14 10:14]
Cute little fuzzy rabbit, Very nice profile shot with excellent exposure showing off the nature colors at it's best. Love the DOF on this one. Best regards Siggi
very beautiful close-up photo of this cute rabbit,
with fine POV and DOF, beautiful luminosity,
excellent sharpness and details, TFS
Where have I seen this rabbit before?
He sure gets around ;-}
Well done Helen.