Monday, March 28, 2011

Aerial Views


If one were flying around the warren in a small plane or spacecraft some of the more notable landmarks would look like this.

Harriet 03/28/2011

Harriet demonstrates camouflage skills
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Sydney 03/28/2011

Sydney communes with one of the rocks.

10 comments:

mum of critters said...

Harriet's spring coat shedding has a certain Rorschach quality to it... maybe she's wanting to fit in with the spots more?...

Rabbits' Guy said...

That what the first astronauts saw Ya think?

Paula said...

The lovely oval shape of buns,
seen from above...

Jade said...

In honor of Easter, everybunny is egg-shaped. :)

Crafty Green Poet said...

beautiful bunnies...

Charlotte, Cottontails said...

Hello!

Humphrey would be very interested in some part time help. It's quite a big job for just one bunny, looking after the whole shop floor.

The pay is good. By then end of the month, when I don't have enough left to buy myself treats, he always seems to do okay for fresh salad leaves and organic carrots with tops. I think he has more money than me.

Tell the buns to send over a CV..!

Love Charlotte
xx

Lisa said...

A helicopter from above, almost ready for takeoff! And those incredible rocks. Bunnies really love them, don't they.

The Fab Furs said...

Are you sure a UFO hasn't already landed, using Harriet as a landing zone? Do the buns chew on the rocks? Mine love bricks, or the mortar between them, when they get the chance.

SixBunnies said...

Fab Furs: Mine pee on bricks any brick they can find ... i'm just sayin' ... ha! I have no idea why. If there are two litterboxes in the room and a brick ... the brick gets it!

I love your pictures of the buns with the rocks. It's somehow peaceful and reassuring ... kind of like a confirmation that everything is connected. Bunnies are so spiritual and "in tune" that they probably pick up on the energy of everything, whereas we humans overlook simple, basic things.

Michelle May (Shell) said...

Such lovely landscape.
xx, shell