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The Hare, Harekin, Old Turpin, Stag of the Stubble, Woodcat, Old Bouchart, the Cat of the Wood, the Lurker in Ditches, Furzecat, Dew Hopper, the Stag with leathery horns....

Many are the names of the Hare and it's association with the moon and the harvest has been an inspiration for me for many years. Shape shifting witches changed into Hares and streaked across fields to escape persecution, so says folklore...perhaps they really did...

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The Forest Pool

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Full Moon Dance

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In the Valley of the Hare

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Harebell Lantern

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The Coming Harvest

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The Twa Magicians

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Woodland Spring

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The Magic Tree

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Moon Hare

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Northern Lights

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Uffington Hare

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The Messenger

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The Coldest Night

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Golden Dreams

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Sacred Glade

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Sacred Glade II

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Moon in the Trees

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The Summer Garden

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The Watching Owl

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Midsummer Solstice

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The Winter King

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The Hare's Tale

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