in Travel Love It Where are all the hares? by CoffeeQueen August 12, 2018, 10:13 am 327 Views 11 Votes 14 Comments 0shares Share Tweet Pin Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport Pages:Previous 123Next What do you think? 11 points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page 0shares Share Tweet Pin Written by CoffeeQueen twitter 14 Comments Leave a Reply Great idea and beautiful rabbits 🙂 The “tiger” and the one with the clock are my favorites 🙂 Thank you for sharing! 1 Log in to Reply Thankyou Lapka. They are indeed very funny and unique to see. They have done elephants and gorilla’s in the past. I wonder what they will make next year! 1 Log in to Reply Super idea-beautiful and thoughtful rabbits-beautiful pictures 2 Log in to Reply Thankyou very much Lado. =) It’s certainly lovely to see. Log in to Reply What is the purpose of this manifestation? Entertainment, tourism? Maybe I did not understand the text best, 1 Log in to Reply They do this every year to highlight a charity and a good cause. Also, yes, there is the entertainment side of it as people visiting Norwich, and Norfolk, can take part in spotting the hares and go on a trail to find them. 1 Log in to Reply Wow, so many to see, I will have to come back later and finish. I love all of these! Such talent. 1 Log in to Reply Thankyou very much Carol. =) 1 Log in to Reply Wonderful pictures, I am glad it wasn’t a hare-raising experience! 1 Log in to Reply Lol Carol. No, it was great seeing them all! 2 Log in to Reply I’m sorry, I misread my comment. I mean Doc. =) 1 Log in to Reply Hey its ok on the mistake, glad you enjoyed chasing stationary hares! 1 Log in to Reply Very beautiful rabbit pictures and interesting activity. 1 Log in to Reply Yes it’s always great fun. I’m looking forward to seeing what they will create next year! Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.