Feb 27, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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Why is it that humans find Fire so fascinating... perhaps something deep and primeval from our past ??
This meetup has a special "Fire" theme which focuses on Fire as a light source.
We of course need to be cautious about safety (we don't want to burn anything down), so have chosen a beach, soon after low tide as the venue... plenty of damp fireproof sand.
We will be covering steel wool orbs, sparkler tracing, and maybe a few other "surprises", but feel free to bring along your own fire sources as well.
Because we will be out in the open, this meetup will be subject to the tides and weather. So if it looks dodgy we will probably postpone. Give Andy a call on [masked] if you have any doubts.
Low tide is around 5PM with a moderate High tide at 11PM ... so we should have plenty of sand to play with.
We start officially at 7PM... but Sunset is at 18:20 so I expect to be there before 6PM for some sunset shots (and you are very welcome to come early).
Bring insect repellent (there are likely to be sand flies) and wear shoes you are happy to get wet (I don't recommend bare feet, the sand/shells can be quite sharp).
As usual, you really do need a tripod for these types of photos and a remote/cable release is also very good idea if possible.