This wall showing an Easter chocolate special graffiti caught my eyes the moment I exited Montreal’s Frontenac metro (subway) station.
I had taken the public transit system to get to this neighborhood in the east end of Montreal to attend Good Friday services at a local church. The moment I exited through the swing door of the metro one of the first things I noticed was a giant white bunny with a bushy tail, pink nose, and big floppy ears. This particular ‘bunny’ wore an “Eat at Joe’s Restaurant” type of billboard announcing a chocolate two for one price sale at a local chocolate store nearby.
Although I tried to get a picture of this guy, I failed because other people got in the way. My picture showed two people obscuring my bunny during split-seconds that the digital camera takes to process the image.
I continued up Frontenac street and soon came across this wall with the graffiti and also the shop that employed the ‘Easter bunny’. I momentarily peeked into the open door of the shop and I saw a small line of customers buying that chocolate obviously having that bunny was profitable.