Her Name is Grace   18 comments

A mature rabbit stops to say grace before entering our garden. Cute.

© 2011 Rob Hanson Photography, All Rights Reserved


Before entering our garden for dinner, it’s always a good idea to say grace.

While we were tending to the garden one evening, this momma came sauntering over toward the fencing. She cleaned up for dinner, and stopped to say grace before coming closer.

Yeah, bunny… You’d better pray. 8)

Single exposure from Nikon D7000, Nikkor 70-300mm f3.5-5.6mm lens at 300mm, ISO 400, f/5.6, 1/200s.


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Posted July 6, 2011 by Rob Hanson Photography in Uncategorized

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18 responses to “Her Name is Grace

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  1. Super cute! Nice work grabbing this shot, Rob 🙂

  2. Round our neck of the woods a good few would have had it in the pot…….

  3. Very nice Rob! Excellent capture.

  4. Beautiful capture Rob. Run bunny…run for the hills. LOL. I never seem to have my camera in hand when an opportunity like this comes along.

  5. Nice capture and perfect timing Rob

  6. nice one Rob!

  7. Love, love, love this post Rob! What a little cutie pie you’ve captured there. She’s very sweet, and your photo really shows her off!

  8. Very cute capture Rob. Timing is everything.

  9. Nice capture and write up. Really cool shot!

  10. Great shot! I love the detail in the bunny’s ears! Beautiful!

  11. You wouldn’t dare – I’ve called the ASPCA! Tender moment, affectionately captured. Perfect DoF.

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  13. very nice capture and rich colours – great work dude!

  14. This is great Rob, what an awesome capture! Perfect timing!

  15. Such precision in your timing to capture this moment. I wonder how many times I could have been ‘caught’ in prayer…

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