Nighttime Sparks Captured By Drone

Lighting steel wool on fire produces a lot of sparks, and can be captured with time lapse photography to create a fascinating cascade of fire. Photographer and teacher Frank Stelges explored this concept at night in Alaska, using a drone to capture the scene from unique angles, and against a snowy, tree filled landscape.  The result is a true shower  of light and sparks, raining down to the soft snow below, where  each spark lands with a gentle glow. Really beautiful work, proving that ingenuity and unorthodox methods can create some fascinating results. Via MyModernMet:

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