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Art: Actually Mostly About Rabbits.....
Even body needs language.Thanks for sharing.
Nice bunnies! Very nice. You say so much when you say so little.
I like Amelia's grey ears!
Amelia has such interesting patterns. But I like the spotty bunny butts best of this series.
Hehe! love this post and I think that's exactly what the buns have been thinking ;) Happy Tiger year! Just read the Flying star for 2010, lacking in water and fire, have them both in center and south...praying my book arrive soon...hugs/M
Squeeee! Bunnie butts! Looks like everything is right on tract!
Squee! Tyler bum!
Don't point that thing at me .........
lovely photos as ever, but particularly the Spots' butts...
What lovely ears! They definitely go well with the new toe design. That's a tasty looking snack, did you grown it inside? Even the grass here looks a bit cold and wilted.
Dear God... can this woman get any funnier!!! You kill me d.moll... just kill me! LOL! hugs to you and Rabbits3,shell
yea .. let's hope she doesn't decide to subtract! :<(
I enjoyed my visit to your great blog...I had a lop for my 1st grade classroom pet for 10 years!Honey Bum passed away 2 years ago and I miss her terribly!Your buns (rabbits, chuckle) are beautiful!Ears rubs and nose taps to all,~K
MS-K- ten years is pretty, good classrooms can be hard on a bun, you must have done a good job!T-cliantro was from outside, it is still quite mild here, of course we are concerned this means more drought...Shell-settle down, you're just not used to this sort of eccentricity. HAve some chocolate, you'll feel better.CGP- English Spots tend to have very elevated rears, lending themselves nicely to photos....THANKS FOR COMMENTING EVERYONE!
what a pleasure to view such animated verbs amongst the herbs:)
I adore the second pic. That round little bunny tail on the left is just too cute...
There's a lot of tracting going on at your house!
I saw this picture of a bunny on the LA Times's animal blog and thought of you:http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/unleashed/2010/01/rescued-rabbit.html
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