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Old abandoned ranch outside of town, under a full moon and light painted building with a hand held LED torch. Sparks by burning steel wool pads and rotating.
ranch, fullmoon, lightpaint, night, fire, sparks, hot
Great work, my brother. What a terrific learning curve and experience we’re going through. Love what you’ve done with this…. great work!
It’s great when things come together and work, every photo there is a learning curve but makes it interesting as well as fun, Thanks my brother and you know there is more to come……
– Michael Gunterman
Crikey Mike, this is so awesome. Was that Kenton in there doing all that flame work? You guys are amazing. My photographic heroes. xx
Glad you like Janine and yes we trade off so each get their shots, all the stuff about the burns and abuse are all just good fun and can’t wait to try other situations to use this effect in….Thanks mate and for the fave too….
Don’t believe him, Janine…. we’re both scarred, charred and well done, mate! LOL. Excellent work, brother. Love it!
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Thanks so very much Kira, and to this wonderful group as well…..
That’s impressive! What a gorgeous work of art!
Many thanks Christine and for the fave as well….
Thank you Lorilee, appreciate your support and the fave as well….
Didn’t your mom ever tell you not to play with fire??? LOLOf course, us big kids never learn! Very cool image and excellent work Mike!
Hey Bill yes she did, over and over but us kids never learn, I blame Kenton for the bad influence on this one, he had the lighter….lol, Thanks for the great support my friend….!
Thank you very much Diane and for the fave as well…..
Many thanks Lois and congrats on your feature as well…..Appreciate the support and the fave…
Did it again…. clicked the Add Comment button and it puts it in as a blank “Add A Comment” if you haven’t written in the top yet. It used to be different and shows how much things have changed since I’ve been away so much… Adding comments used to be at the bottom and you would click Add Comment to get the window to write. LOLAnyway…. Just wanted to congratulate you on the feature in the image, bro. Well done…
That’s ok my brother, Thanks for the congrats and you know, could not have done it without you….