A hare and an elephant


They’ve been making and placing a series of ‘Go Go’ animal sculptures again around Norwich (a city in Norfolk, England). A few years ago it was elephants and this year it is hares. Different groups of people paint artworks on them and then they are scattered about the city for people to discover. This is done in aid of charity. You can read more about it * here *. One of the Go Go Hares we found at Wroxham Barns, so I took some photos of both the hare and elephant to show you just how lovely they are. The photos are below –

(Apparently, the above hare is named Betsy).


Here are a few photos of Cammi the elephant –


I believe the hippo, Harriet, is just around the corner from them. I will try to photograph her for you next time I’m there. They’ve got quite a menagerie already and I’m not meaning the petting-zoo of farm critters!





Copyright Faith McCord 2018

Story and artwork belongs to Faith McCord who is the author and artist holding the copyright. This is not a public domain work. Worldwide rights.

About Oscar Dandelion

Hi, I'm Faith McCord, writer of the Oscar Dandelion books. I love reading, writing, watching films, looking at architecture and general design, embroidery (especially Elizabethan), spending time with my family. I used to enjoy long walks, bodybuilding, going out, however, since my injury my mobility is seriously impaired, so I'm more of a home-body now. I'm interested in meeting other indie / pro writers, so do say 'Hello' ! :)
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16 Responses to A hare and an elephant

  1. trE says:

    Hello, Cammie and Betsy! These are great photos, Faith!

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  2. Adorable.! Chees,H

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  3. I’m sorry to hear that you suffered (still suffer?) this too, Sheldon. I rarely have them these days. I hate that there are children being hurt by their caregivers/parents. That tears at me.
    All the best to you xo


  4. I love hares… these are beautiful, thanks for sharing such loveliness.

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