Luna, haas van de nacht
"Look for her at midnight, as she twitches her nose and raises her head to the full moon, soft ears falling behind her. She is the moon-gazing hare, and can be seen in countless artistic depictions by artists modern and ancient. In fact, the hare has been associated with the moon for centuries. Long before there was a man in the moon, people thought they saw a hare there. And hares are often also associated with Celtic goddesses, shape-shifting, and fertility."
De haas van de nacht, starend naar de maan. Sedert decenia komt ze voor in folkore, mythe en religie.
Deze mooie Luna weegt circa 3.5 kg en is zo'n 27 cm hoog en 15 cm breed.
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