Cee’s Oddball Photo Challenge 2015, Week 47…hare today, hare tomorrow

Posted: November 22, 2015 in Cee's Photo Challenges
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One of the most enjoyable times of the blogging week is searching for photos for the Oddball Photo Challenge. “Oddball” may mean that the photo or subject is odd, but it might also simply be a photo you can’t easily categorize. Feel free to join in if you like. Believe me, it’s simply. Oddball photos abound, such as this rather large hare that we spotted in a park in Urbana, Illinois. I think it’s a hare rather than a rabbit as hares are larger than rabbits, have larger legs and ears, and have longer, stronger hind legs than rabbits, while usually living alone.ย  ๐Ÿ™‚

copyright janet m. webb 2015

  1. ‘Here Comes Peter Cottontail’ – By Gene Autry – Happy Easter

    Bugs Bunny

    “Sharp Enough to split a Hare!! LOL!!

  2. I think it’s a carrot patch’s nightmare.

    Randy ๐Ÿ˜‰

  3. Certainly an odd ball.

  4. Joyce says:

    It’s safe to say that the hare is not going anywhere ‘hare’ or there. ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Interesting to see a sculpture of a hare / rabbit as a public installation. Is it a symbol for the town? It is quite large and odd. Then again, you always have the best Odd Ball photos.
    Have a blessed Sunday ..!!! ๐Ÿ™

    • Izzy, I really don’t know. We didn’t stop to read the signs with the sculptures as we were walking and talking. This was one of the best sculptures, as it was recognizable as what is was. ๐Ÿ™‚ Glad you like my oddballs. And you have a great Sunday (and week) as well.


  6. Cee Neuner says:

    Thanks for the trivia. Although this photo reminds me of Easter. ๐Ÿ˜€

  7. […] the same walk where we saw last week’s entry, the big stone rabbit/hare, we also found these much larger than life bugs on the side of a house now being used by the park.ย  […]

  8. […] from in “Jaws 2.” We came across these sculptures in the same park where we found the giant rabbit.ย  What’s the meaning?ย  Trying to hammer out differences? I don’t know, but […]

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