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Sundance Beat: The LA Times Are On To Us…

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disguise.jpgLooks like our photographer Melissa Rosenberg has been found out on the LA Times Sundance Blog.

“Rode the bus to the Marriott’s festival HQ. Met on board Melissa Rosenberg, a photographer for Ecorazzi, a company that takes pictures of celebs doing green things. Melissa has carefully studied the Sundance schedule and announcements for any hint of Earth-friendly activity, before which she will lie in wait. I think of the anti-paparazzi backlash currently raging around the Britney cohorts and wonder when the Green Revolution will gain so much momentum that people are calling for limits and crackdowns on the ecorazzi. Only then will this planet be on the road to safety.”

Man, if we only took photos of celebrity doing green things, I don’t think many of you would be reading this! Still, it’s always amusing to see other’s takes on the ‘razz — a green, under-the-cover-of-darkness website that exposes the good side of Hollywood. Look out!

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