Animal Diaries: The Rabbit

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Animal Diaries: The Rabbit

Animal Diaries: The Rabbit

Photo by: Image courtesy of Jason Travis

Image courtesy of Jason Travis

In his photo series "Animal Diaries" photographer Jason Travis looks at what the rabbit-about-town is eating and reading.

Atlanta photographer Jason Travis's Persona series is devoted to fashionable folk and what they are carrying around in their purses, messenger bags and backpacks.  

HGTV asked Travis to imagine what accessories a variety of animals and creatures you might find on the farm or in the garden are toting, eating or reading.

The Rabbit

Photo By: Image courtesy of Jason Travis

The Goat

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The Chicken

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The Bee

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The Dog

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Pig Power

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The Duck

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