Church of the bright green neon rabbit 1 Oct 084 Mar 14 by Pete As part of the Biennial they’ve put a giant neon green rabbit on the side of an old church on the corner of Toxteth. Tags: Architecture biennial Canon-30D HDR Long-Exposure Pete Photographer and part time Spider-man. Related Articles Hello In Old Not a happy bunny In Old Firecrackers In Old 15 thoughts on “Church of the bright green neon rabbit” Boy oh boy oh boy … this is so good. The neon light is just incredible. Wow!… Wow – that’s very odd. What does a rabbit have to do with the biennial? Nice shot. Awesome image it really pops out of the screen. Great hdr work, love the lighting and tones. That is completely surreal! ;-) Liverpool seems to be a fun place photographers at the moment…. Very bizarre and makes a great strong shot. Deep color and motion impression of the sky. The neon light is nicely captured and controlled so no details are lost. This is an all around awesome HDR image! incredible. There is so much to see in this image and the processing work really is top notch. Great stuff Agree with Mark…..surreal is the word that came to mind. Very cool. Wasn’t it “follow the _white_ rabbit”? Bizarre is the very word, even though they might have gone even further I can imagine… Anyway, an interesting idea captured awfully well. :) cheers, Kristian incredible! i wish they did stuff like that around here! Great processing, the light glow is amazing! Vegas hits Liverpool. Weird. Quality! GREAT! There is also another green neon sign of shrek just down the road above a billboard on Parliament Street. I think this is a marketing campaign by Sky to advertise which movies are available around xmas on the movie channels. Could the rabbit be the were-rabbit from Wallace and Gromit? Its eyes are swirly too. Comments are closed.