Homer and some fire

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  1. loopguru

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    Too cold to go outside this week..:x

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    The sparkling one is interesting! How'd you do that?

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    Striking a lighter on a long exposure?

    I like the last one. Nice unusual composition.:thumbup:
     
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    Hi, the sparkling is with ligther. I found some extra sparklers laying around that I'm going to experiment with later.
     
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    I really like the last one, just having that candle with all that negative space around, really has a good impact. Nice work
     
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    The sparkling lighter one is cool, but not as cool as Homer :p
    I was just thinking today how I want to get some sparklers, haven't had any in a while.
     
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    The question is should I light one up in my flat? Wood floors :lmao:
     

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