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Wordless Wednesday: The Backyard Bunny


Anonymous said…
Hi Hazel, that's very pretty!
Anya said…
Wow !!
Lovely pfoto ;)
Its beautiful in your country :)
Is it now autumn by you
(so looks the tree) ??
By us is it now spring but I have my winterclothes on.. LOL
Today 14C :(
Many greetz Anya
purrss Kareltje
Cindy OFarrell said…
Aloha Hazel from Upcountry Maui,

Very nice:)

Happy WW!
Cindy O
jams o donnell said…
Wow what a charming garden. Happy WW
Indrani said…
It took me a while to find the bunny.
It is green! :)
Hazel said…
@ Anonymous, thanks

@ Anya, Thailand has only 2 seasons: wet and dry, This was taken around spring in your country, and I would be wearing the same too, maybe more if I were there. I did during spring in the UK :-)

@ Cindy OFarrell, Sawadee ka from Thailand :)

@ Jams O Donnell, charming - i think so too :)

@ Indrani, very smart! cheers!!!
The Social Frog said…
Charming & very pretty :)
Black Cat said…
That is indeed a charming garden. Is it yours? I love the bush bunny :) xxx
Sukhmandir Kaur said…
I had to get my reading glasses and click to enlarge but i found the bunny :) Wow i've never seen that done to a tree. It's wreathed with some other sort of plant. Amazing!

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