Friday, April 22, 2011

The Easter Bunny makes a friend

20 comments:

Charlotte said...

That's a funny bunny-:)
Perhaps you refer to Carlsberg or Tuborg ..? These are the 2 most common beers sorts in Denmark.
Thank you! - It's true, there are still ice on some of the lakes. Slowly melting though, so hopefully it will be completely gone by the first week of May.
Wish you a pleasant evening. Here it's 11.10 pm, so time to say good night.

anjoe said...

I like your photos, yes, but a baby nearly without any dress, no, sorry ;-)
...but I'll check Charlotte, who knows danish beers!!!

Sailor said...

He seems amused!

Randy said...

What a great shot. The little looks mesmerized.

SRQ said...

That baby is enthralled with the Easter Bunny. And, who wouldn't be?!

Memphis MOJO said...

The kid is looking up at the bunny as if to say "Where's the chocolate?"

Jack said...

Nice shot, Jacob.

Giulia said...

Hi, Jacob! To-day, french com :

"Est-ce que votre Lapin de Pâques est un peu l'équivalent du Père Noël for Christmas?"

Magnifique photo!

Birdman said...

Now, THAT could be very scary!

EG Wow said...

Isn't the Easter Bunny a tad overdressed for Ocala weather?

Sharon said...

They look like they are fascinated with each other.

Charlotte said...

Hahahaha - I take that as a compliment-:)
Tuborg is a very old,classic brand. But I had no idea that it was possible to buy it in US at that time. Interesting. ...

Jarart said...

I'm glad the big bunny didn't scare the cute baby. It is kind of a cute bunny too.

JM said...

The baby is just staring at him! :-)

Small City Scenes said...

Little one looks not so happy or should say hoppy. mb

~Cheryl said...

Fun photo. The bunny must be hot judging from the others' outfits. The reflection in the table is also wonderful- great expressions.

Kate said...

Only in America?

Steffe said...

The younger kid looks perplexed. The somewhat older guy isn't sure what is going on.

Amin said...

Nice shot!

Halcyon said...

The dad couldn't care less, but the baby is fascinated!

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson