Thursday, July 31, 2008

Caustic Wisp

Love campfires. Hate smelling like smoke.

So how do you scientifically categorize fire? Doesn't seem like it fits as a solid or liquid or a gas. Those are nouns. Fire seems like a verb--a caustic wisp of inbetween when something alive escapes into nothingness, leaving ashes as a memory.

Am I the only one who ponders fire?

5 comments:

  1. Definitely makes me ponder. There is something dream like watching the flames, feel like you could it forever and the crackle reminds you that its alive and so are you.

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  2. I have to say the fire is very hypnotic. Nice shot.

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  3. I have never taken a photo of fire. That is cool.
    Happy Wordless Friday!

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  4. I have always thought that fire is pretty. That's a great photo.

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  5. I have tried to take photos of fire but yours is much better. Well done. And yes, I have thought much about fire. Years ago when interactive multimedia was an entirely new concept, a fellow gave a talk that called computers a digital campfire. What an idea! But people do love flickering lights, don't they?

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