July 1st, 2016

krazy koati

Welcome to the Renaissance

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Back to the fun and so-photogenic AnthrOhio Saturday events:

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Aftermath of the Fursuit Parade. Train-engineer skunk that I suppose isn't Toledo or he'd have said something. Watermelon fruit bat. Couple of other folks. The usual gang.


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Rainbow bunny who's noticed me taking photographs and, honestly, posed for a better picture than my candid was. This happens.


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After the parade fursuiters were encouraged to line up for proper respectable portraits that I think went up on their web site, or were maybe supposed to. Here, bunny_hugger waits unsurely for her moment.


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bunny_hugger reassuring the real photographer that she's satisfied with how the photograph came out, incidentally giving us a pretty good photograph as it is.


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And bunny_hugger charms the merch table for the Ohio Rabbit Rescue Society folks. The indoor stand couldn't have any actual rabbits there; on the patio, where the parade aftermath photos were taken, they were already setting up with some more bunnies.


Trivia: The ancient Egyptians recognized three seasons to the year: innundation, fertility, and harvest. Source: Mapping Time: The Calendar and its History, EG Richards.

Currently Reading: Walt Kelly's Fairy Tales, Walt Kelly, Editor Clizia Gussoni I think?

PS: Theorem Thursday: Liouville's Approximation Theorem And How To Make Your Own Transcendental Number, a bit of mathematics that'll let you invent something neat.