Stills V3

April 17, 2009

Red Squirrel

Filed under: Rex — Rex @ 20:04

Red Squirrel Café, where the role model for Basil serves.

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7 Comments »

  1. In some ways I like this: the darkish greens and the blood red seen through a water curtain, and the mountain partially hidden by the parasol; in others not so much: the grouping of parasols, telephone box and railings doesn’t quite work out in the composition. However, there is a good sense of the glories of a snowy winter being washed away and the colours have a distinctive look.

    I do distrust theme trails though…

    Comment by John Ellis — April 19, 2009 @ 06:54

  2. There’s something sinister about that foremost umbrella, like something from ‘Attack of the Umbrella People.’ The rain contributes to the dark feel of this.

    Comment by matt — April 20, 2009 @ 12:02

  3. Some spacing between each rusty red item may not of been possible but it is something I am looking for.
    The colour palette and rain drops are perfect.

    Comment by Robert Hoehne — April 21, 2009 @ 02:25

  4. I’d like to see Basil, attacking a car with a shrub, or not.

    Comment by Gordon — April 21, 2009 @ 04:01

  5. I like it a lot but I’m weird. Something of a perfect cafe day. Looks something like a Martin Parr in the rain. I like the way the foreground unbrella breaks up the two contrasting views.

    Comment by doonster — April 21, 2009 @ 09:04

  6. I like it a lot — maybe that means I’m weird, too. Very atmospheric and the colors are wonderful.

    Though the color and feel are different, this reminded me of a rainy day at the Pier in St. Petersburg. ;-)

    Comment by Christina — April 22, 2009 @ 05:04

  7. An interesting use of the central line. My tidy mind wants to move the other red components out a bit to create some traditional balance – but in fact it is fine the way it is.

    Comment by Colin — April 24, 2009 @ 02:51


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