The charity Break have established something a tradition involving large painted fibreglass animals – it started with elephants, then dragons, and now for a third installment we have hares. This year they are looking beyond Norwich – there is one in Fakenham, which I saw on Friday, there is one in Dereham which I saw through the windows of the ExCel bus travelling to and from the auction that my employers had in the fine city of Norwich yesterday and there are a load of them distributed around Norwich, some of which I captured on camera.
PICTURES OF THE HARES
14 thoughts on “GoGo Hares”
Cool. 😂 @ hare trigger
Beautiful! They remind me of the moose statues in Toronto!
Glad you liked them 🙂
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Completely unrelated but knowing that you’re a Michael Burgess fan and have campaigned for him to be in the England team, he’s struck 56 from 23 balls I think in the T20 Blast tonight!
An excellent effort, but England are so good in short-form cricket that there are few if any possible vacancies there just now.
Yes they are.
Pleased to meet you, Thomas. I used to raise rabbits, so naturally I was quite taken with your hares!
Thank you 🙂 I believe there are now over 200 of these sculptures, mainly in Norwich, but with some in other locations such as Fakenham and Dereham.
Glad to hear it. Quite creative.