Living Beautiful- A Bunny Visit

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Meet Mr. Flop— I am guessing a distant cousin of Peter Rabbit… you know, of Beatrix Potter’s Peter Rabbit and Friends.

Just recently I re-watched Miss Potter, with Renee Zellweger.  Sincerely one of the most delightful films of late. It is a love story, not only of the human kind but of her love of her beloved Peter Rabbit, who was a naughty little bunny that steals vegetables from Mr. McGregers garden despite his Mother’s advise. My suggestion would be: watch it with someone you love; I did. (**waving hi to my Mother)

I suppose, after watching this divine visual inspiration, that was the reason my Serendipity road took me along a path that had me meet up with many of Peter Rabbits friends.

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I’ m serious as a heart attack when I tell you these colorful creatures heard me walk around the corner and up they swam to swiftly say hello! I suppose they might be used to 2 legged creatures such as myself feeding them– I had nothing which lead to a stern scolding from Mr. Black Bill.

Mr Black bill RS

He really sqwaked at me for some time — then turned on his heels and told the other’s I was not their early morning meal ticket as they had hoped.

Greeting RS

I did tell the lovely ladies I thought their bright orange wadding boots  looked stunning, nothing like a great pair of shoes!– none the less they turned waving their little feathered hinnies towards me hardly saying a good-bye!

Samantha Swan RS

Samantha Swan was enjoying her morning bath and reflection. (I personally like bubbles)

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If you look very carefully to the right, you can see Benjamin and Adam and Brittni  not far away from their burrow.  When I walked a bit closer ! In they went… just as their mother had told them. GOOD little Bunnies!

Sometime ago, I shared a previous visit with Mr. P (click here to see other Post about him) 

Mr P RS

I am not sure if this was my original Mr. P — or his step-brother Phil (note the not so full tail feathers) but none the less he gave me a handsome side profile pose as he walked away from me.

It was just another PERFECT day… living a beautiful life, walking down my Dipity Road.

Visit Melissa, with her gathering of A Beautiful Life celebrators; and Julia at Hooked on Houses where both of these ladies share with the blogging world fun gatherings to inspire one another.

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Ohh! This week at Pink Saturday Bev challenged us to each “spot light” another blog we enjoy in the Blog-o-sphere… So I am sharing simply one of the most creative Blogs I have come across. Karen is a true artist… but more important her blog is MAGIC– her music is perfect and her watercolors and imagination sublime.  Visit her at A Scrapbook of Inspiration.  Below is one of her MANY originals… such a beauty isnt it?? Ohhh and PINK!  🙂

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Have a wonderful end of the week!

TTFN~~ Claudia ♥ ♥

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September 4, 2009 at 1:11 am | Living Beautiful | 43 comments

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43 responses to “Living Beautiful- A Bunny Visit”

  1. Julie M. says:

    How wonderful!
    : )
    Julie M.

  2. Atticmag says:

    Claudia, you have such a charming way of telling a story.  I always enjoy visiting you 🙂  What fun your little adventure was.
    Jane T.

  3. you just take amazing photos. enjoyed this much this morning. thank you

  4. Jennifer says:

    Your pictures make me smile. I especially love that black and white duck.

  5. Bonnie says:

    Oh, I am happy I stumbled into your blog, Claudia,  through Melissa’s  What a beautiful post, the ducks are so cute.  I loved that movie too, it was just so sweet and I liked how they used the animation.  Thanks for sharing your walk down Diptity  Road.  What a delightful place.

  6. Sherry says:

    Hi Claudia!
    Happy Pink Saturday sweetie. I so love the post. The ducks, they are quite the characters and they do so get used to 2 legged people only coming by when they have bread crumbs for them. Next time you will know. The peacock is so beautiful. I remember the post where he was up high on the fence, and kept his back turned to you the first trip by. He is so beautiful up close and personal. Rabbits are always fun to observe. I love to see their little cottontails, and Peter Rabbit was my favorite story in Mr. MacGregors garden. What a beautiful memory for me. Thanks for sharing Claudia. Please stop by and say hi, as I so love it when you do. Have a wonderful weekend. Country hugs, Sherry

  7. Gypsy Lala says:

    Wonderful photograph, enjoy your story so much in this weekend.
    Happy weekend, <a href=”http://gypsy70.blogspot.com/2009/09/life-as-i-see-it-no-2-5sep.h tml”>visit your link here.</a>
     

  8. Thank you for inviting me to visit you, Claudia.
    You live in a beautiful place.  I’m a huge animal lover. One day I have dreams of living on a little farm. For now, I will enjoy my visit with you and seeing all of these adorable little creatures.
    xo
    Brooke
     

  9. Brandie says:

    What a lovely post!

  10. Spencer says:

    What a lovely little tour down Dippety Road….I can’t believe those ducks….I’ve never seen so many different colors.  I LOVED the little black and white fella.
    Have a wonderful weekend!
    Blessings,
    Spencer

  11. char says:

    I would be out all the time just watching and loving everyone and everything that goes on there. Happy Pink Saturday and thanks for a wonderful post, Char

  12. Karen Cox says:

    OMG Claudia, Rabbits, Swans, ducks and loving Miss Potter, you and I are definitely kindred spirits.  Thank you for mentioning my blog and you make everything look so gorgeous here.  I own Miss Potter and I watch it all the time.  I wrote a post about it a while back too.  I looked up the historical information and there is a lovely place nearby where she had her lake home and they have a Beatrix Potter museum, sigh.
    Well, have a beautiful weekend.  Thank you for always encouraging me.
    Karen

  13. Claudia says:

    I am such an animal lover that I was delighted with your post! We have quite a few bunnies around here in the spring and I never get tired of seeing them. Love the ducks and the peacock!
    Happy Pink Saturday, Claudia!

  14. peggy gatto says:

    I also loved the movie! My very first art book was “The Art Of Baetrix Pottere” at age 9. I still have the book!
    (65)
    Your pictures are beyond wonderful, thanks!

  15. Sara says:

    Claudia — Brilliant is all I can say.

    Did you find all these creatures on ONE walk? Mr. Black Bill is so different and handsome– look at his marking around his eyes. They look like eye lashes or tatoos.

    The ladies with the yellow boots look like twins.

    What a grand blog, I will make sure to come back and visit.

    Sara Blunt

  16. I love Beatrix Potter too! This summer I turned my back yard little by littleinto a Beatrix Potter garden – I just love it.

  17. Debbie says:

    Hi Claudia. What a lovely post and lovely pictures. All that green is beautiful…that can’t be  California because everything seems brown here…hmmmm.  Thanks for your visit today. I enjoyed looking so much through your beautiful site!
    blessings,
    Debbie

  18. Your pictures are beautiful.  The bunnies looks so fluffy and soft . The ducks just make me want to hug them. Amazing photos. Life is beautiful!
    Thank you for visiting my blog. I hope you will come back often. Thank you for sharing the beauty with us.
    Hugs, Bobbi Jo

  19. Jill says:

    Hi Claudia! Your photos are stunning! What a lovely day you had with your woodland friends!

  20. caren says:

    What an absolutely wonderful blog!  I am so glad you visited me so I could visit you.  I am going to bookmark you and be back often.  Happy Pink Saturday.

  21. Thanks for stopping by and visiting my blog. You photos are just beautiful. Blessings…Sherry

  22. Sares says:

    Hello Claudia! Your post was delightful. What charming critters you come across in your day to day adventures. They photograph beautifully too! I have seen Miss Potter and found it a very sewwwt movie. I think Miss Potter would have been someone I would have loved to know. Happy Pink Saturday and thank you for stopping by. Have a great weekend too!

  23. Heidi says:

    Hello how sweet Claudia, I love your blog. Thank you so much for stopping by and visiting me this evening. I love my mom shes a doll for sure, hard to say no to her sweet face. I love your pictures they are incredibly soothing and beautiful. I cant find were to join your blog, but I did subscribe to your feed your blog is to lovely to not want to come back to. Have a wonderfully blessed weekend.

    Cheers,
    Heidi

  24. OMG!  I LOVE your pictures!  It brought tears to my eyes and made me smile at the same time when I saw the multicolored ducks!  I had a pet duck that grew up to look just like the white and brown ones!  She now lives on a farm an hour away from here.  I’m so glad you visited my blog and that I was able to visit yours in return.  This looks like Heaven on Earth!

  25. Hi, Claudia,
    I enjoyed my visit with Peter Rabbit and friends.  Cute, cute story you wove there.  I have not seen Miss Potter, but I sure intend to see it and soon.  Your photos are wonderful!  You have quite a way with the camera.  Thanks for stopping by for a visit at Bunny Cottage and Happy Pink Saturday!  Vicki

  26. Kelley says:

    Claudia, Your blog is wonderus! Your photo and words are beautiful and I feel a wonderful personality shining through both. Thanks for visiting me, please stop by again. I will back to see you soon. Enjoy!
    Kelley

  27. Bunny says:

    Oh love your photos today they are amazing and the Bunnies are too cute. Thanks for visiting my blog, I will be back to check you out some more. Just wondering where you hang your hat.

  28. Hi Claudie, Happy Pink Belated Saturday.  What a delight your Pink Saturday post is!!  And I laughed when you wrote the comment that we southerners “fluff”.  I had never heard that.   Glisten and gleam …yes…but “fluff” no.  I will have to remember that one.  xo Lynn

  29. Sarah says:

    Claudia, these are amazing photos.  I’m still smiling at the thought of those ducks.  I’m so happy to find your blog.  Thanks for the visit to my spot.  Hope to see you again. ~ Sarah

  30. Mrs. Bee says:

    You have a lovely blog! Thank you for stopping by mine!
    You certainly channel you inner “Miss Potter” very well!
    I truely like the picutre of the ducks wearing orange wellies!!

  31. Candy says:

    I could lie in my woodsy bed and gaze upon your vivid pictures all day long . Bunnies, birds, and blooms in colors truly beautiful.
    This is the second blog that has mentioned Hooked on Houses and I really should go see for myself.  Enjoy your smile and come back soon.

  32. Julie says:

    Love the Bunny…..I am having a-give-away to celebrate my 1 month Blogoversary…. so come on over and check it out… We will picking a winner Late Monday night , and posting the results then…
    xoxo
    Julie

  33. Patricia says:

    What beautiful photos. A happy belated Pink Saturday to you and I hope you are enjoying the holiday weekend.

  34. Amisha says:

    I loved the Beatrix Potter movie too and adore Karen’s blog. I love all the pics of the animal but the peacock one is fabulous!

  35. Beverly says:

    Claudia, I am in love with this post.  Your photos are incredible.  I have been meaning to watch Miss Potter, and your post reminds me that I haven’t.  I’ll have to change that situation.
    I loved seeing that you featured Karen’s blog.  She is not only incredibly talented, she is a kind and giving person.
    Happy Pink Saturday.

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