Sunday, 14 September 2008

Rabbits on German City Farms

Just back from Germany, very tired from speaking so much German (and Italian). The conference was excellent, Dresden is beautiful and we visited several interesting city farms, all of which had rabbits. I'll post more about the trip in the next few days, but just for now, here are some rabbits from the Johannstadt Adventure Playground and City Farm.

8 comments:

haiku-shelf said...

Oh, you have been to Germany!
And now you know Dresden and I have never been there! That`s funny!

I live in North Rhine Westfalia (West-Germany), one hour by car from Cologne in the Ruhr-area.

In the last years my family and I have been to some places in the former GDR, for examples in Sachsen-Anhalt, in the region of Magdeburg, Tangermünde, Stendal and in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (Schwerin, Wismar) and we walked in Thuringia (beautiful forest!).

Best wishes,
Angelika

Janice Thomson said...

Oh my goodness - what a big ball of fur - he looks so very soft. Glad you had a wonderful trip Juliet - look forward to photos :)

d. moll, l.ac. said...

Flufflely, muff-like buns. Rabbits are so global and cross cultural. Thanks for introducing us to these Germanic cousins !

Selma said...

Oh, look at the darling wee things! So glad you had a good time in Germany. Looking forward to hearing all about it!

holly said...

so fluffy! awww! yes, can't wait to see pics and hear of your trip!

Rabbits' Guy said...

Say .. ya didn't happen to smuggle a couple of those cute furballs out did ya????

Art and Poetry said...

funny looking rabbits but very cute!

mum of critters said...

awww cute little furry furry bunnies

wow you get to do some awesome traveling!