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Patience is a premium in landscape photography and I knew I might need a bit for this picture. I saw a rabbit run down his hole near the old fuel tank on the right hand side of the frame.

The jumble of all the old garbage around the homestead ruins I was walking past looked interesting enough but I thought if I could get the rabbit’s ears or even his head poking out from his burrow it would make it more appealing.

I set up the tripod and settled in for a bit of a wait. Half an hour went by, then another. The light was doing nice things so an extra 10 minutes went by. I was loosing interest when, much to my surprise I spotted my friend sunning himself out to the left.

How he got there I have no idea. Magic really.