Welsh Rabbit

Rabbit Oryctolagus cuniculus

No, not cheese on toast, but a bunny from Llandudno with a beautiful seaview home who was just so chilled out on his front porch he didn’t want to move even though I was but a stone’s throw away snapping my camera and saying how cute he was.

Rabbit Oryctolagus cuniculus

Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus), Great Orme, Llandudno, Wales. April 2017

33 thoughts on “Welsh Rabbit

  1. Really cute, dear Pete 🙂

    By the way I am going on a holiday for about 2 weeks so do not wonder if my place is untouched and empty for a while, not allowing me to answer or write.

    So I wish a happy time to you in the nature and in your garden and wherever you go.
    See and hear you again.

    All the best

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  2. What a great photo Pete. I am sure if you made one false move that rabbit would have scurried into his burrow. I guess that rabbit knew you meant him or her no harm.

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  3. Sweet picture! Rabbits often seem to freeze in place when you come upon them, as if by doing so they will become invisible.
    p.s. How’s the classical guitar coming?

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    1. Thank you, Sandy 🙂 Yes, rabbits do freeze, and the colours can make them melt into the landscape. But this one just seemed so calm, not bothered, just chilling.

      The guitar has took a bit of a back seat at the moment. What with DIY in the house and with the glorious spring, I just haven’t been able to fit it in. Thank you for asking 🙂

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  4. A couple of years back I was out for my morning jog and I took a turn down a quiet lane and a black rabbit hopped right in front over me and continued n its way without so much as a by your leave.
    I got such a surprise I nearly tripped over my own feet!

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    1. Thank you very much, Beth 🙂 I have only been away for a few days, but they were most enjoyable on the coast! I have a thing about bunnies, too, and this one was such a treat to see at the entrance to its burrow 🙂

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    1. Thank you, Lisa 🙂 Indeed, I feel I have. I couldn’t believe it myself. Usually moments like this are lost within a few seconds of popping the lens cap off, but I was fortunate enough to have quite a few minutes 🙂


    1. Thank you, Jude 🙂 I felt it was a lucky moment, for I may have passed he or she by if I had been looking in the opposite direction, towards the sea.

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