Friday, April 15, 2011

And the Easter Bunny came riding into town...


15 comments:

Sailor said...

Looks like the Bunny got a seat in the mall train!

Sharon said...

The Easter Bunny is very distringuished looking this year!

EG Wow said...

Oh, cool! Is this the REAL Easter Bunny or just one of his many helpers?

Randy said...

Now I know how he gets around so fast.

Kate said...

Quite an elaborate display!

Small City Scenes said...

He looks like an old Easter bunny.
Well, I suppose he should be---after all you are in Florida. MB

Amin said...

Very colorful photos!

anjoe playhouse said...

Did the Easter Bunny too pay 3 dollars for the train ride?
He looks sweet and gentle ;-)

Birdman said...

... a bunny?... with eggs? One of our strangest of traditions. And I thought Santa and the whole chimney thing was odd. Sheeeeesh!

Halcyon said...

I bet he's ready to take your money too! It's sad everything has become so commercialized. But I must admit, he is sort of cute. :)

Sharon said...

When you buy that house, call me and invite me over. I'd like to see the inside. :-)

Lois said...

Looks like that bunny has a giant Peep helping him out! Very cute. And yes my grandson does have his own camera. I gave him one for Christmas this past year. It's just a little cheap one though, so I let him use mine when he is taking guest photographer shots for me :)

magiceye said...

that is so cute!

youth_in_asia said...

That mall knows how to do things the right way! That bunny doesn't have to hop from his hole (or studio apartment), he gets a personal train ride. Budget cuts all across the country are reducing public transit funds, but that bunny still manages to do it the right way!

I also think it's one of the better looking Easter Bunnies I've seen. The glasses and jacket remind a bit of the "you're late!" rabbit from Alice and Wonderland.


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Memphis MOJO said...

I see the Easter bunny, but I don't see the chocolate!

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