Кролі.
bunnies, rabbits, hares
Кролі.
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cutielittledimple:

Cute Cube Bunny Toy
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cutielittledimple:

3:15pm is tea time. Don’t miss it!
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phoebebaskett:

Easter Lino - procrastination!
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kouettv:

(via le gif du jour)
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raewolff:

Found this at school…
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handcrafted-in-germany:

lace bags :)
source: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/231302130831847369/
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pearlslipper:

Wooden Beatrix Potter jewelry…
This beautiful wooden Beatrix Potter piece can be made into a brooch, pendant, cuff links, or tie tack. Lovely. 
pearlslipper:

Wooden Beatrix Potter jewelry…
This beautiful wooden Beatrix Potter piece can be made into a brooch, pendant, cuff links, or tie tack. Lovely. 
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compendium-of-beasts:

Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit—Happy February!
Lepus, Hase; Lepus Cornutus; Cuniculæ porcellæ Indicæ, Kaninich, Kuniglein. ([1655]) 
NYPL
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sciance-summer:


Vintage toy robot rabbit tshirt
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virtualbeast:

Yisus xD
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umla:

Pink Bunny Brooch by Sarah McNeil on Flickr.
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adrian-cornish:

How to Explain Pictures to a Dead Hare by Joseph Beuys, 1965.
"For me the Hare is a symbol of incarnation, which the hare really enacts- something a human can only do in imagination. It burrows, building itself a home in the earth. Thus it incarnates itself in the earth: that alone is important. So it seems to me. Honey on my head of course has to do with thought. While humans do not have the ability to produce honey, they do have the ability to think, to produce ideas. Therefore the stale and morbid nature of thought is once again made living. Honey is an undoubtedly living substance- human thoughts can also become alive. On the other hand intellectualizing can be deadly to thought: one can talk one’s mind to death in politics or in academia."