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Pictures of Fire and Flame

Updated on August 11, 2017
Twisted Fire Starter
Twisted Fire Starter

Fire and Flame

What is the attraction?

It dances and flickers?

It's warm and Bright?

It destroys?

For what ever reason, peoples eyes become glued to it, and we are as moths to a flame!

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Bonfires In The Garden

We have been clearing our garden, and, being lucky enough to be allowed bonfires in this area.

We had many.Big ones!

I used the opportunity to practice taking photos of them

Do you love fire?

Are you afraid of fire , or do you love it?

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No Smoke Without Fire

This well known saying is often used to mean nothing happens without a reason, or there is usually some truth in a rumour. Or to imply that you can't have one thing without another.

You can have a smokeless fire, but if something combustible is smoking fire is to be expected!

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No Smoke without FireSmoke Spiraling UpwardsAnd Falling Back To Earth
No Smoke without Fire
No Smoke without Fire
Smoke Spiraling Upwards
Smoke Spiraling Upwards
And Falling Back To Earth
And Falling Back To Earth

It's always good to work at home, unless you are a Fireman

There may be a great fire in our hearts, yet no one ever comes to warm himself at it, and the passers-by see only a wisp of smoke

— Vincent Van Gogh

Die Walkure

Fire In Music

Many times fire has been an inspiration in music.

From such things as "The Magic Fire Music" from Act 3 of Wagners opera Die Walkure(The Valkyrie) Where a Norse demigod lights a protective circle of fire around Wotans beloved Brunnhilde.

To things like the Prodigy and "Firestarter.

Love it or Hate It "The Prodigy"

The Beltane Fire Dance

Border Morris

Morris is a traditional English folk dance. Each area of the country has its own particular style and dress. The earliest written mention of it was in the 1400's.

The Beltane Border Morris in the video create a lot of their own dances.

They are not the only Morris to black their faces. This is believed to have started as a way to disguise themselves as any money they received for dancing was considered begging. That was illegal, and punished by severe beatings through the town.

Songs About Fire Quiz

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Prometheus The giver of Fire

In Greek mythology, when Zeus withheld fire from man because of a rift between Prometheus and himself. Prometheus, creator of mankind, snuck up mount Olympus, lit a torch from the sun, and proceeded to hide a burning coal in a hollow stalk.

Hence the start off the olympic flame.

The spread of civilization may be likened to a fire; first a feeble spark, next a flickering flame, then a mighty blaze, ever increasing in speed and power

— Nikola Tesla

The Fire Demon

Born amid the flames

To carry on with wicked games

The Pheonix is often depicted as being reborn from the flames of the burning body it had before.

Hell has always been considered a place of fire and punishment. The smell of sulphur being strong in the air.

These two things seem to be exact opposites and yet both rely on the flames to be.

It is folly to punish your neighbour by fire when you live next door

— Publilius Syrus

Publilius syrus

Born in 85 BC

Still relevant today

A mighty flame followeth a tiny spark.

Dante Alighieri


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