27 thoughts on “There is more to fire than meets the squinting eye.

      1. that is technically true but I guess it was just natural for me to look for and expect more orange and in its absence forced to look deeper at what’s burning rather than fire.I don’t know if that was intentional or just a side effect.

  1. when i saw the first pic, i thought it might be a photo processed by PS. unitl the third one… are they paintings? if so, the way you deal with the edge of flames in the darkness is quite special.

  2. This somehow looks more real than an unaltered photograph. I can almost hear the crackling and shifting of the wood.

    P.S thanks for the like on my blog the other day.

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