A wild rabbit. This monochrome photographic print was taken with a 70-210 mm telephoto lens with a 2 x converter fitted, thus in effect doubling the focal range of the lens.
I had been visiting this particular location for research into a City & Guilds Natural History module that I was undertaking. I did not hand in my completed portfolio.
Hessle near Kingston upon Hull, North Humberside, England.
From a personal project, circa 1993.
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