The Red Chair

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    • #421037
      Rob Eyers
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      In Canada the National Parks people have placed red Muskoka arm chairs in various unusual places in the parks for several years. There’s always a good view from where they’re placed.

      This chair is a lot bigger and placed by the roadside in south east Iceland. You could say it has a view…

      The Red Chair

    • #421042
      Dave Watkins
      Participant

      Great shot Rob. Not only aesthetically pleasing but just plain fun to look at. A series of “Canadian National Park Red Chair” images taken at their different locations could be a fun project to put together.

      • #421103
        Rob Eyers
        Participant

        Thanks Dave. I do have a number of Canadian Red Chair photos of ones I’ve stumbled upon. It would be a good project although expensive and time consuming.

    • #421102
      beth
      Participant

      we rode by this a few times and had a good laugh.  was it bolted to the rock?

    • #421104
      Rob Eyers
      Participant

      Yes it was bolted to the rock. I’m sure someone would take it if it wasn’t. We all most drove by but decided it would be a fun image. I mean…why not?

    • #421123
      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      Love this image Rob. The red colour really stands out and can imagine the amazing view 🙂

    • #421129
      Tersha
      Keymaster

      Cool shot Rob, the chairs are a great idea, and the view looks beautiful!

    • #421172
      John Thompson
      Moderator

      This is a fun shot Rob.  I agree the chairs are a great idea.

    • #421318
      Gerald Murphy
      Participant

      I think it’s a really nice photo. The use of the red chair to draw the eye, the direction of the sitter’s face to lead the eye, the unusual use of a chair at all, using the cloud as a frame,the drama of the mountainscape itself, everything nice and sharp. I love it.

    • #421328
      JasenkaG
      Keymaster

      What a lovely view! I’d be really happy to sit in that chair.

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