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By spaceman
More fiery fun. I used a 1 second exposure in an attempt to give the flames a painterly effect.

Tags: Specialist and abstract

Voters: C_Daniels, rhion, Maddie and 6 more

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rhion 19 36 United Kingdom
7 Sep 2005 10:40AM
The fire equivalent of "misty" water I suppose and I think it works better for fire to be honest. You can almost see movement there if you stare at the picture long enough Michael!
Good work.
spaceman 18 5.3k 3 Wales
7 Sep 2005 1:06PM
Thanks Richard. I had the same thought about the misty water comparison - can't see it catching-on though. Smile
u08mcb 18 5.8k
9 Sep 2005 7:58AM
A much more expectable shot than the previous one. I'm in two minds as to what that does to their relative merits. Hard as it is to apply to fire but it is, for want of a better word, sharp.
joko 18 1 Bulgaria
9 Sep 2005 11:11AM
Very ... hot shot. I like it.

heatherb 18 23 United Kingdom
10 Sep 2005 2:29AM
you can feel the heat
spaceman 18 5.3k 3 Wales
10 Sep 2005 7:46AM
Been climbing mountains again Malcolm? Air's a bit thin up there y'know. Smile

Thank you Jivko.

All the time Heather, all the time. Smile
u08mcb 18 5.8k
13 Sep 2005 2:40AM
you get laid or something? You're in a fine mood (or were 3 days ago)
spaceman 18 5.3k 3 Wales
13 Sep 2005 5:17AM
But that was then.....
TommyStr 16 9 3 Norway
10 Jan 2006 8:03AM
This works for me! Great way to capture flames
spaceman 18 5.3k 3 Wales
10 Jan 2006 8:41AM
Cheers Tommy, thanks for stopping by.

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