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Rabbit, Rabbit Art, Bunny Print, Orange Bunny, Great Leafy Bunny of New Hampshire PRINT

Rabbit, Rabbit Art, Bunny Print, Orange Bunny, Great Leafy Bunny of New Hampshire PRINT

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  • Handmade item
  • Material: archival ink mat
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Great Leafy Bunny of New Hampshire
A digital print archival inks and mat
$30

Susan Gainen
Whimsical Wildlife Documentarian
Abstract Painter

HOW I MET THE GREAT LEAFY BUNNY
The Great Leafy Bunny of New Hampshire made his first public appearance in "The Small Friends' Chronicles," a 70-page compendium of whimsical creatures' portraits and stories.

It was peak leaf season in New Hampshire and during my drive between the Manchester Airport and the U of New Hampshire School of Law where I was to speak, I thought I saw someone or something moving in the woods. I was right.

It was the Great Leafy Bunny of New Hampshire, and I was privileged to make the first recorded sighting and even more privileged when the GLF sat for this portrait and granted an interview. The complete interview is printed in "The Small Friends' Chronicles," available at blurb.com.

A word about Leafy Bunnies. The Leafy Bunnies of New Hampshire live in the kindliest spirit of Big Foot, their very distant cousin. While Big Foot is suspected of all manner of bad things, Leafy Bunnies are only a slight annoyance to farmers who forget to set aside some hay, vegetables, and the occasional apple for their friends. Because they range between three and five feet tall, Leafy Bunnies provide excellent protection from marauders, including hungry birds and small children, who are both inclined to raid orchards. The Bunnies do not eat birds or children, they merely frighten them off.

The Bunnies head to New Orleans during winter and early spring. They march in parades and hang out with other "small friends" including Sam the Snowy Owl (who went to Mardi Gras and never came back), and Celebration! Rhea, a bright bird with an even brighter drink named after her.

Also, find Leafy Bunny on cool products at zazzle (http://www.zazzle.com/susangainen/leafy%20bunny?q=leafy%20bunny)
Great Leafy Bunny of New Hampshire
A digital print archival inks and mat
$30

Susan Gainen
Whimsical Wildlife Documentarian
Abstract Painter

HOW I MET THE GREAT LEAFY BUNNY
The Great Leafy Bunny of New Hampshire made his first public appearance in "The Small Friends' Chronicles," a 70-page compendium of whimsical creatures' portraits and stories.

It was peak leaf season in New Hampshire and during my drive between the Manchester Airport and the U of New Hampshire School of Law where I was to speak, I thought I saw someone or something moving in the woods. I was right.

It was the Great Leafy Bunny of New Hampshire, and I was privileged to make the first recorded sighting and even more privileged when the GLF sat for this portrait and granted an interview. The complete interview is printed in "The Small Friends' Chronicles," available at blurb.com.

A word about Leafy Bunnies. The Leafy Bunnies of New Hampshire live in the kindliest spirit of Big Foot, their very distant cousin. While Big Foot is suspected of all manner of bad things, Leafy Bunnies are only a slight annoyance to farmers who forget to set aside some hay, vegetables, and the occasional apple for their friends. Because they range between three and five feet tall, Leafy Bunnies provide excellent protection from marauders, including hungry birds and small children, who are both inclined to raid orchards. The Bunnies do not eat birds or children, they merely frighten them off.

The Bunnies head to New Orleans during winter and early spring. They march in parades and hang out with other "small friends" including Sam the Snowy Owl (who went to Mardi Gras and never came back), and Celebration! Rhea, a bright bird with an even brighter drink named after her.

Also, find Leafy Bunny on cool products at zazzle (http://www.zazzle.com/susangainen/leafy%20bunny?q=leafy%20bunny)

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