fire

A raging fire is all consuming. I suppose everyone knows that, and we see that. The heat, the speed and the temperatures at which it can rise to take over everything in close range. One is taught early on to stay far away, to treat a fire with respect and awe, so you do not get burnt and you are the one that controls the extent of the fire and its spread.

One learns about simmering embers with experience. They are small, easily ignored and tiny. Little red pockets that have the same potential as their larger brighter cousin. Just simmering slowly, consuming at its own slow and steady pace.

A tiny ember is within, consuming.

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4 Comments

  • I like the fluid effect captured in the fire.like a frozen slow motion shot.Good one.

    By the way, how come the metadata is missing? sangath-ka-asar 🙂

  • Hi Nandini, am not sure exactly, I must have hopped from the noisypilgrims perhaps? I now I left a comment on there somewhere…
    I did some studying at Alliance, and that part of Europe is a favorite of mine, so was happy to see someone along similar vein..

    Thanks for dropping by 🙂

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