Halloween Bunnie Pictures

Discussion in 'Other Pets & Livestock' started by bossynbella, Oct 25, 2011.

  1. bossynbella

    bossynbella Chillin' With My Peeps

    Aug 11, 2007
    I really enjoy taking pictures of my bunnies a little too much. Here are some I took of our younger ones posed today and yesterday. I plan to get some of the rest of them tomorrow. It really was a lot of fun to build the scenery and choose what to include in the pictures, I think they came out very well! Let me know what you think.

    The link to my facebook album of them

    As well as a few of my favorites for those of you who can't/don't want to mess with facebook

    Mini rex doe Born 10/03/2009 Smith's Nightmares - aka Jane

    Alex and Ninja's Mini lop kits- Born August 5th 2011 -
    N1- doe - Chestnut agouti
    N2 - Horatio- Buck - Blue pointed white- I am really thinking of keeping him as he is such a sweet rabbit, easy to handle and friendly.
    N3- Christine - Doe - Broken Chestnut agouti
    N4 - Doe- Chestnut agouti

    Alex and Eva's Mini lop kits - Born September 23rd 2011
    Black bucks AE1 AE2
    Black does AE3 AE4
    Siamese Sable bucks - Alaska and Appachee. We are keeping Appachee, at least until next summer.
    Gold tipped Steel buck - Alf
    Cedar Bluff's Dew and Smith's Nightmares (Jane)'s kits - Born September 17th 2011
    Jannah and Jasmine Black otter does - will be leaving for their new home on November 4th - for pets and as a 4-H project
    Jazzy - Not a good coat, still feels like a rex, but rough and very few markings, bordering on a charlie, if not a charlie.
    Dexter- Nice body and head shape, fur is a little long, but not so long as to be disqualified. We will be keeping him for a while.

    Thanks for looking!
  2. chickbea

    chickbea Chillin' With My Peeps

    Jan 18, 2007
    Weeee! That was my bunny fix for the day - too cute!
    I used to make my bunny pose for Easter pictures. It usually took a couple of rolls of film to get one good one - another reason to love digital cameras!

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