It's happened again!! a lazy Sunday morning breakfast ,just about to make the cup of tea,and a new arrival ,up, grab the camera, and into action!!
here he comes
sits and poses
takes a drink from the (dustbin lid) birdbath.
and then sits a stares at Mrs GP veggie beds, UMMMMMM bet that's what he's thinking
there is no wonder that I am losing weight ,I have just realised that I'm not getting to eat all my meals with all the interruptions to my mealtimes
Yet another brilliant visitor Mick although you will be losing more weight if it gets in Mrs GP,s veggie plot.
By the look of his belly he's had his share.
Thinking Hare with the legs, but head says rabbit, poss young hare. am I right
you are so lucky to have so much going on in your garden
How cool is this. A young Hare me thinks, but could be wrong (again).
I had a bald friend, who had an artist draw rabbits on his head. When I asked why, because they look like Hares from a distance, he replied. (sorry).
What a great sight, Mick. You just never know what's going to turn up next. Marjus will be envious.
Wow, how nice to see a pukka Irish Hare :) It's the endemic Irish subspecies of Mountain Hare, Lepus timidus hibernicus.
Can't disagree with Aiki! Very leggy for a rabbit, and I see the dark tips developing on those lug'oles.
Nice thing to get in your garden!!
oooo Marjus will be sooo jealous, a hare in the garden. Hope it doesn't do too much damage to the veggies, and you get a decent meal in peace LOL
Bump up for Marjus
LOL @ Stitch!
Fab photos Mick, and a great breakfast guest
Fab shots Mick - in pic 4 it does actually look as if it's doing some weeding for you, giving you more time to enjoy not having any meals(-:).
In your GARDEN???? Yes I am VERY jealous! Lol!! Absolutely fantastic!! Gorgeous shots! (Thanks again Doggie)
You're so lucky Grandpaddy Mick to have these in your garden, it's wonderful seeing these photos of them.