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Pictures of Fire

Updated on December 28, 2011

Capturing a flame isn't always the easiest thing to do. Recently I have learned how to take pictures where the light of the picture is in focus and the back is dark. When I took these it was night time so it made for better fire pictures. It amazes me how you never get the same shot twice. You can't go back and retake a fire picture. You just have to shoot and hope it comes out perfect. Hope you enjoy my photos!

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      CassyLu1981 

      6 years ago from Spring Lake, NC

      mollymeadows - After looking I saw some of those too, of course the cockatoo, that was an easy one :) Glad you liked my pictures!!! Thanks for the comment and the follow!

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      Mary Strain 

      6 years ago from The Shire

      CassyLu, these are beautiful. I saw a cockatoo, ghosts fighting, a dolphin, a moose, a deer and a greyhound! :-)

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      CassyLu1981 

      7 years ago from Spring Lake, NC

      Thanks for stopping by shami327. Great minds must think alike :)

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      shami327 

      7 years ago from Dubai UAE

      My favourite is the same :) Nice pics!!!

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      CassyLu1981 

      7 years ago from Spring Lake, NC

      Thanks Sandy1973mypetdog :) My favorite would have to be the 2nd up from the bottom. Just so much life in that one! Sansanka7 thanks for the comment and stopping by, glad you enjoyed them.

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      sasanka7 

      7 years ago from Calcutta, India

      Yes, Nice captures. I enjoyed it.

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      sandy1973mypetdog 

      7 years ago from the south

      You are correct CassyLu1981, there is no way to capture two fire photos the same, or at least I have never done it and I don't know of anyone who has been able to do it. The flames seem to constantly dance around, making each photo unique. I enjoyed the photos as each one had its own unique qualities. Great hub, enjoyed it!

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