Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Running rabbits in the streets of Paris


Yesterday I went to a party at Le Cabaret, a famous club located Place du Palais Royal and on the way out I came accross an unusual scene: two jumping and running rabbits and a bunny girl (not to be seen on this photo, obviously). All this with the Louvre in the background... Only in Paris!

24 comments:

  1. Wonderful, wonderful. But what ARE those rabbits up to???

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  2. uhhh...les lapins? but are they "agile"?

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  3. LOL! What WHERE they up to? Was it a publicity? A party costume? Didn't you interview them? Great shot to have captured for your blog. From Christmas to Easter in 2 posts!

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  4. you have a beautiful blog, eric. great photos! and btw, yes, i would have to say "he" is watching you right now...

    take care.

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  5. The question is : what where YOU doing at a party in Le Cabaret ?!!! Was is another of your bloggers' conference ?!!!

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  6. What were they up to?! Well in fact I don't know - I should have asked but it's not easy to talk to two rabbits in the middle of the night especially when it's freezing and that you have to shoot 40 photos to get one right!

    ALL I can say is that there were projectors, a camera a make up girl and some guys with walky-talkies looking like they knew what they were doing. You get the picture now, it was for a movie... (and no, although it took place by the Louvre, I am pretty sure it's NOT the Da Vinci Code sequel!)

    > Will. Excellent (but only the ones who have been to Paris AND Montmartre can understand...)

    > Progressaurus Rex. Did "He" inspire your music? (listen to Pogressaurus' audio clip (in his profile) people, it's preety good.) I love your "all i'm saying is that jesus has extraordinary powers, for a dead guy..." Pretty accurate.

    > GG. As a matter of fact, yes, it's was another of these very professional parties (did you have something else in mind?) where you're supposed to work on your network. I stayed 10 minutes and the only acquaintances I made were two rabbits on the way out. So much for my networking abilities...

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  7. Toute l'équipe de PIWIE est heureuse de vous convier à la première soirée "La Nuit des Entrepreneurs"

    Un zest de Networking, un zest de fête :-)"

    On imagine, ca devait être vraiment la fête, avec tous ces entrepreneurs.

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  8. Yes GG, not everyone is like you an addicted clubber that only goes to cabaret only for trashy after parties...

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  9. Oui tu sais Damien, des entrepreneurs, des gens pas fun du tout qui passent leur temps à fouetter le petit personnel avant de les licencier à la première occaze pour maximiser leur profit.

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  10. I want to see big bunnies running down my street, how odd and funny

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  11. I love this photo! It conveys a very David Lynch-esque feeling: encountering the random and the ridiculous while just walking down the street.

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  12. And I thought I was the only one having to take 40 photographs to get one right! ;-) What a relief.

    Good one again! Night pictures of a moving target are definetly not easy!!!

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  13. Hmmm, and what are Buzzgirl's bunnies doing?

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  14. Actually first rabbit seems passive, the one behind looks pretty active... Erm. Not! ;-)

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  15. I know exactly what they're doing: First Bunny doesn't know it yet, but Second Bunny is actually going through its pockets and finding its wallet! Any minute now, Third Bunny is going to come along and take the wallet off Second Bunny's hands and take off running... Tourists, beware!!!

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  16. I LOVE PARIS! And I love this blog! Thank you for this :)

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  17. Everytime I read your page I want to come to Paris more and more! Thank you so much! I love all your photos and I enjoy living vicariously through them!

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  18. Thanks Pink Rocket, it's nice to hear. With all of the Paris blogs around I have been very lucky to have so many interesting people look, make comments, and spread the word.

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  19. Hey what's wrong, did eric went on vacation and left all the Paris lovers alone in front of their screen.
    Anyway nice picture, maybe it was a shot for some battery commercials movie ;)

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