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|a wild rabbit in Baxter State Park, Maine, USA.|
Don't know the species. Anyone can suggest an ID ?
Last minute edition : it is a snowshoe hare, Lepus americanus. Hence, il will (has) turn(ed) white in the winter.
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- [2005-12-28 16:07]
This is quite the change in pace for the avid entomologist Philippe, but it is a pleasant treat for us...;-)
The focus is superb. I really like the surroundings around this hare. And, look at the fur on this guy's feet!
Thanks for sharing,
soooo cute, I love this little rabbit but I also don't know the ID. That doesn't matter, it's a lovely guy, TFS, bye bye
Sabine - wishnugaruda
It's a cute little fellow you have caught.
Well composed and good details,
Very well done.
I just drop in to wish you a Happy New Year.
- [2005-12-29 11:19]
Very nice capture.I liked POV,clear details,sharpness,eye contact a lot.TFS...:-)
Nice shot Phillipe!
It seems he was very close. It's quite strange subject as for you, but it's still a very good capture.
I like the framing, details are very good too though the photo seems to be a bit busy because of the surroundings.
Anyway, I like it.