The Hare is the companion animal of many manifestations of the Goddess.
Rabbits & Hares by Amy Hamilton
Wildlife Photographic Journals: December 2010
European brown hare on a farm track More
"Suddenly he made off like a bounding hare, ears flung back, chasing the shadow of a lowskimming gull." (3.333-335)
Hares.I love them, maybe because of my maiden name or because their association with the moon.
Hare Profile Photograph by Torbjorn Swenelius
I love hares, ancient, strong creatures, they play a big part in myths, legends and magic.
Hare poses Suffolk, 2015. | Margaret the Novice
Planche Créatures Fantastiques Deyrolle : par CuriositesRenversade
Bruno Liljefors (Swedish, 1860 - 1936) - Studies of Hares, mixed media on paper, 32 x 24,5 cm. 1885
A Hare will often show up in myths as a trickster archetype. He once tricked Hippo into sowing a large patch on millet.
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The reason – this absolutely gorgeous Indian Hare. Description from…