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Brush rabbit on the trail.

Brush rabbit on the trail. I’ll call him Peter.Montara State Beach, Montara CAWith Easter just around the corner, here’s an image to honor the day. I captured this guy right smack dab in the middle of the trail at Montara State Beach. I think I’ll call him Peter. The brush rabbit is common on the California coast. Their features include somewhat small ears, a compact/small body. On the cute scale, probably a 9.   Easter of course celebrates the resurrection of Jesus, after his life and cruel death here on earth. But I’ve always wondered how the Easter Bunny fits in this holiday? The symbology doesn’t seem congruous. One explanation is that the rabbit is a symbol of Easter because of their renown quality of great fertility. Fertility being a symbol of new growth. But then why in parts of Germany, the fox brings the easter eggs? I don’t have any images of foxes (yet), so we’ll leave this discussion of another day. Suffice, Happy Easter.

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Brush rabbit on the trail. I’ll call him Peter.


Montara State Beach, Montara CA


With Easter just around the corner, here’s an image to honor the day. I captured this guy right smack dab in the middle of the trail at Montara State Beach. I think I’ll call him Peter. The brush rabbit is common on the California coast. Their features include somewhat small ears, a compact/small body. On the cute scale, probably a 9.   


Easter of course celebrates the resurrection of Jesus, after his life and cruel death here on earth. But I’ve always wondered how the Easter Bunny fits in this holiday? The symbology doesn’t seem congruous. One explanation is that the rabbit is a symbol of Easter because of their renown quality of great fertility. Fertility being a symbol of new growth. But then why in parts of Germany, the fox brings the easter eggs? I don’t have any images of foxes (yet), so we’ll leave this discussion of another day. Suffice, Happy Easter.


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I'll call him Peter
Camera:Canon EOS REBEL T3ISO Speed:400Exposure:1/100 secAperture:f / 8.0Focal Length:50 mmFlash:Did not Fire
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