Hare today gone tomorrow

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  1. lostprophet

    lostprophet No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    A first for me, today was the first time I've ever tried to photograph Hares.

    Thanks to Gary Mann, of Gary Mann's mobile wildlife mystery tours of Oxfordshire, and his mobile hide, otherwise known as a Ford Mondeo :lol:


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    First ever shot of a Hare
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    26th shot of a Hare (just before it bolted for the hill)
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    They sure look alot different than the cottontail rabbits that live around here.
     
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    Nice detail. You even got the translucency in its ear in that first shot.
     
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    They don't seem to have presented much of a problem to you. Great shots - I love the light!
     
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    thats because they are Hares and not Rabbits

    thank you, hoping to go again after work tomorrow

    you wanna bet? As soon as they heard the car, shutter and any other noise they were off
     

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