Here is a lounging rabbit, kicking back in the summer sun. Here is a teeny tiny widdle baby bunny, this photo was taken out the window.
They are getting quite bold which annoys the resident canine to NO end.
Lastly, we have Thing One and Thing Two by our annual summer solstice bonfire.
but for now, a bonfire and staying up late on the longest day suits them quite well.
We don't dance skyclad or anything
(at least not while the kids are awake)
but I like marking the solstices and equinoxes.
There is a sense of connectedness sitting by a fire at the end of the longest day of the year.
For ages mankind has recognized this day, celebrated it and mourned it.
The days will shorten now, our light decrease.
But it just marks another phase of our trip around the sun.