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    Hi All,

    Spent what was for me a really magical 50 minutes watching this little chap from close up.

    I was actually at the Farm to look for Little Owls and saw this as I drove in, I positioned the car to shoot through the passenger window, it just carried on eating and completely ignored me.
    Eventually I climbed out and sat on the grass, it still ignored me, gradually I crept closer and then it even moved towards me sat on the grass, got too close to focus on and still kept coming, I guess it was about 3ft away before it thought better and turned and ambled away.

    Me being a Hare lover, as I am sure some will have noticed, I really enjoyed this experience

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    Superb Paul, really envy your experience with this would be Vampire

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    What a delightful experience - lucky you (not jealous )
    Absolutely charming and wonderful set Paul.

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    Some excellent images Paul

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    Great story Paul and more than great shots. That first one WOW!
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    Thanks for looking Guys and the encouraging comments, much appreciated

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    Sounds like a wonderful experience beautifully captured Paul.
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    Lovely stuff especially number 1
    Canon 5d mk iv plus the usual suspects ......

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    Excellent set of images Paul.

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    No2 is the one I like the most.

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