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    Fire and Smoke Art by Photographer Rob Prideaux


    A photographer has taken an explosive set of images by igniting gasoline in midair. Rob Prideaux, 45, photographs fire and smoke and then creates patterns from it. The San Francisco-based artist captures the fire in the split second its visible by using highly arcane methods. Rob's Smoke and Fire series is his quest [to shape one of the more uncontrollable phenomena in nature]. (Photos by Rob Prideaux)


    Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




    Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




    Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




    Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




    Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




    Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




    Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




    Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




    Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




    Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




    Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




    Smoke patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




    Smoke patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




    Smoke patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




    Smoke patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




    Smoke patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)


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Fire and Smoke Art by Photographer Rob Prideaux


A photographer has taken an explosive set of images by igniting gasoline in midair. Rob Prideaux, 45, photographs fire and smoke and then creates patterns from it. The San Francisco-based artist captures the fire in the split second its visible by using highly arcane methods. Rob's Smoke and Fire series is his quest [to shape one of the more uncontrollable phenomena in nature]. (Photos by Rob Prideaux)


Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




Fire patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




Smoke patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




Smoke patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




Smoke patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




Smoke patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)




Smoke patterns created by igniting gasoline in midair. (Photo by Rob Prideaux)


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