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    Sparklers

    I was experimenting with rear curtain flash and sparklers the other night, and tried to replicate something I've seen online.

    I didn't achieve the results I was after, but while I was just mucking around and had let the dogs loose (have to keep them tied up or they wander into every shot, wanting to join in), I captured this one. This image is just for a laugh, not serious! Thought I'd share in case anyone else has my sense of humour


    Caption: Ooooh, that's gotta burn!
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    Good one !!!

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    Hehehehe nice one

    Can we add our own sparkler pics? I've got some cool ones but not as amusing as that (such as sparklers in a cordless drill)

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    (I've heard of this condition.)
    CC, Image editing OK.

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    antibiotics might cure this....
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    Quote Originally Posted by old dog View Post
    antibiotics might cure this....
    I hope your Doc has access to industrial strenght ones!!


    Ps, I have hundreds of shots of a blurred Brindle Staffy that also has to get in the shot. She makes sure only to do it when my shutter speed is below 1/10th and NEVER sits still. (My dog comes almost everywhere with me except national parks)
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    My doctor has asked if I ever get this sensation; never knew it could get so bad!
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    Wow.... and you're still smiling for the camera .

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