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Relight my Fire by Photosbykev Relight my Fire by Photosbykev
Last in this water drop series. Interesting to see the flame survives for a split second after the candle wick is totally drowned.
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Omnipah Featured By Owner May 16, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Incredible :D Love the colours :3
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Shkode-nimkii Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2009
Its beautiful.
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Twixalicious Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2007  Student General Artist
Wowwww! I've NEVER seen anything like this ever. Great job!
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robertlroy Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2007
wow, its surreal! stunning shot! Hope everything is OK on your end! :D
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feetpeet Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2007
That is interesting, I wonder why that happens?
Amazing shot Kev! :hug:
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Lentekriebel Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Looks great! Love the colors!
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Pagan-Inspiration Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You continue to amaze us Kev, another great work and insight into extraordinary everyday things. :)
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butterfly36rs Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2007
Amazing capture!
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Dbug61 Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2007
I love this! This one is my favorite in the series! :)
Who would have known that one little drop would be so expansive in its explosion? I think that it would have beeh hard to see without the red dye in the water.
Glad to see you online and thinking of you lots.
Fara :hug:
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bear48 Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2007  Professional
very cool
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Voracious-Vixen Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
:wow: Fantastic capture :clap:
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:iconlamayoush:
lamayoush Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007
Wow,impressive!
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kevind23 Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007
That's amazing -- look at the bright red colour of the water!
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subearanhuman Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007
What an amazing shot. I couldn't imagine having to take this at the perfect time. I love how unique this is. I don't think I've ever seen that color on a flame. It's beautiful
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ValloDan Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007
Wonderful!
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kezbabybabe Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007
Excellent Kev, I really like the clarity at the front of the picture.

Well done!

What's your next project?
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Photosbykev Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
When I get my life back under control it will be droplets on droplets and changing the type of liquids I'm playing with. Plenty of scope to play with until I can get out and about again with my birds :)
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kezbabybabe Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007
Umm... Will look forward to seeing those.

My thoughts are with you during your difficult time Kev. :hug:
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ludatha Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007
really nice :D
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M0RFEAS Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007
how many shots for catch it?
I like it! :)
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:iconphotosbykev:
Photosbykev Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
about 20 frames to get the shot I was pleased with
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M0RFEAS Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2007
i tryed about an hour last night ... and i am keep trying :)
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Madmech Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007
That's a great shot. What an amazing challenge this must have been for you.
Congratulations for successfully expanding your skills with this impressive series.
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StringOfLights Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
This is so amazing and weird that I want to take it to a physics professor...
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xldstudios Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007   Photographer
Wicked :D
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fangedfem Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007
Just fantastic! What a great second captured =)
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michelesato Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007  Hobbyist Writer
Passion of fire
Flourish into breeze
Oxygen, air and wind
Does not matter the speed

Till the last second
Love would not died
The flame survives
By the art of Kev eyes

:blowkiss:
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Photosbykev Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
awesome, I love it :)
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bigr0b Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007  Professional Photographer
huh. at first before reading your comments about it i thought it was the wax that was splashing about, but great capture man.
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Ilharess Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007
not only nice photos, but a bit of scientific experiments you have shown here too :+fav:
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Dunadan-from-Bag-End Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
What was shutter speed? maybe falem is visible due to relativel long shutter speed - the rest of image would be "created" by flash ( very short time )
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Photosbykev Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
Shutter speed was 1/200 sec, the flash duration approx 1/10,000 sec
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shadowed-light-waves Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007   General Artist
Wow! :wow: These are so amazing! This shot in particular is so detailed! So clear! I've grown so attached to this series. =)
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marble911 Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007   Photographer
Lol you're really teaching us everything about the life and death of a candle flame. Love the series - always fascinating.
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Jaiveer Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007
This is an awesome shot Kev...glad to see u back...
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