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  1. This is an awesome photo! I will check out your the rest of your work! Thank you for liking my “about the artist” section. I thought it was funny, but you are the first one to like it, so I appreciate it greatly! Hope you will drop by again!

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  2. Well done! This photo reminds me of writing a good story – if you get the timing right, a good story becomes a great story. Add to that the little – almost unnoticed – wick that started the explosion, still in the picture. In a story, the beginning must tie in with the end result and the climax must be as explosive as possible. This photo should be seen by every writer – and should be part of every writing course. It says so much…in fact, it tells the story of many stories, Thanks, Harold!

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    • A wonderful comment Amos. My photo viewed from the perspective of a writer. Amazing! Never would have thought of this. How much your exploratory depth brings into my life. Thank you! A “tip to the lip” to you.

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  3. Fantastic shot. How’d you work the timing on this? I’ve found it difficult to get cannon shots. I’m assuming you just held down the shutter release and rapid-fired it.

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    • Thanks Stu. After I got my exposure set, a set my camera for rapid fire, which is maximum 10 fps, and started shooting just before he hit the wick. I can’t believe I actually got the wick in mid air.

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