Taken almost at sunset as the sun slowly dipped just below the shelf where this Pika had moved to munch on greenery and have a good scratch.
The Pika had approached me but I backed up and grabbed the photos some distance away, a great advantage to a lens with a long focal length. I was somewhat appalled when the day before I had witnessed a photographer attempting to take photos of a pika by placing his camera lens almost into one of the rock tunnels, where I assume a pika had entered. What he achieved I do not know as we just continued on looking for more wildlife in a less intrusive atmosphere.
Caught in this subtle lighting, the rabbit appearance certainly becomes apparent, particularly when you can see the bottom of its feet (Photo #3 through to Photo #5), although perhaps not quite Peter Cottontail.