Why Hello There

David Williams Photography Rabbit

Why hello there Mr. Face in the end of the fence post! While in post, I noticed what perhaps the bunny was looking at, a white face in the end of the fence (on the far edge, mid to upper side of the triangle). Okay, okay, he was probably watching me wondering why I was creeping closer and closer to him (not to mention the couple in the car who were probably wondering what on earth I was doing )!

I didn’t get a chance to go out shooting at all this week, so I decided to take some shutter/David time this afternoon. ๐Ÿ˜€ I went out fence hunting (for this weeks theme of course) and just happened to run upon this little fella.

f/2.8 | 1/1600 | iso 100 | 100mm Macro Lens

โ€ฆEnjoy!


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20 thoughts on “Why Hello There

  1. Bit of a stretch to call this a shot of a fence ๐Ÿ™‚ Might as well call it a shot of grass. Nice bunny though, and nicely weathered fence. I took down a rickety cedar fence today, parts of it covered in lichen like that. No pictures though.

  2. Great spring photo, David. I’ve enjoyed the fence series, as I am a big fan of them and the element of lines they bring to a composition. I was also closed off from the camera most of this week…free now…but it’s raining :(.

    • Sad, I have still been AFC (away from…camera)! Sigh, made time today to catch up on comments and to cruise photoblogs I follow. Glad you liked the series, still debating on what the next series will be…any thoughts?

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