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Not my shots - I wasn't there. My mate Tim sent them over

Dhamaka NLI says:

It was in Central London Thursday to Sunday. Kostika and I were nearly late at Harrods because of it on Friday and I saw some then.

I think that it was at Picadilly and finishing in or near Regents Park, but it may have been St James' Park. Teflon has some good photos and quite a full description on his blog..

more info here

8th May 2006, 17:47

Dhamaka says:

it is, isn't it MFP

8th May 2006, 17:50

nige says:

wish i got to see that. looks amazing.

8th May 2006, 18:01

Dhamaka says:

I'd have liked to see the end, but at least I got some of it

8th May 2006, 23:27

Uber_Spy says:

Wow thats incredible....

9th May 2006, 10:29

the elephant looks like a puppet that my parents had when i was a kid its fantastic

9th May 2006, 10:35

Dhamaka NLI says:

That's what Tim said - the kids enjoyed it but the adults were all stunned back to their childhoods by the hugeness of the puppets (or something like that)

9th May 2006, 10:40

the puppet girl is just a tad scary for my liking. the fotos on the website you linked when she was in the backk of the bus just scared the sh*t out of me

9th May 2006, 10:43

Dhamaka NLI and going back to work now says:

I thought it was sweet

9th May 2006, 12:36

trim says:

On the Sunday the girl was in St James Park, the elephant at Piccadilly Circus, they met on on the Mall and then headed to Horse Guards Parade. The two things that were, I think, most striking for me were the sheer size - it gave me back that kind of toy-size perspective I've not known since I was a toddler - and the naturalness of the puppets. Neither the girl nor the elephant was in anyway a caricature, they both looked, moved and behaved so naturally. Lost in the stills but the expression and movement of the little girl was utterly and disarmingly charming. I shall miss her. t xx

9th May 2006, 15:18

Dhamaka says:

My sister-in-law says the same. Her kids were captivated and the youngest (3) hasn't stopped talking about it yet

9th May 2006, 17:22