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Flame Photograph - Flame On Two by Bob Orsillo

Flame On Two is a photograph by Bob Orsillo which was uploaded on September 13th, 2012.

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Awesome art,Bob....Friend,Marsha

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you Marsha! :)

This is, let me try to find the words. Outstanding comes to my mind along with fabulous and awesome. I can feel the hot air from the burner. Amazing, amazing photography Bob!!! :))

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you Deb! :)

Wow! I am always amazed at the depth of your talent:)

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thanks Barry! :))

am really thrilled pob ,great work!

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you Rosemen! :)

Neat shot, Bob. Vote.

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you Kristin!

Oooh, very cool perspective and composition, Bob!! Love the way those flames look!! Beautiful work, my friend!!! :)))

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you Laurie! :)

Wow, how you captured the fire, so interesting and fun! I love this series a lot, Bob! Thank you:)!

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you Xueling! :)

Love the flame and the action, Bob! fv kk :)

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you kk! :))

Awesome! V/F

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you so much my friend! :)

Incredible to see the strong power the Balloon has ,when it takes off ,exellent ,you have such a great serie with the balloons ,could see them well for publish in a book .F/V.

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you Colette! :)

Magnificent shot, Bob !!!!!! The dynamism in this photo is stunning. Love this so much. f,v, SU

Bob Orsillo replied:

THank you Ana!

Great POV from in this balloon. Amazing capture of all the detail and the flame, perfect, Bob! f/v :)

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you Sandi! :)

Phenomenal shot, Bob!!! Love the reflection of the flame on the balloon! Gorgeous! v/f/t/+1

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you Hanne! :)

A birds eye view for those who have not finished their bucket list...the power to illuminate indeed. v/f

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you Alec!

Awesome image, lovely colors and beautiful composition, voted :|))

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thanks Marilyn!

Unique perspective! v

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thanks Kate! :)

Now this is spectacular! a definate V&F!! :D just awesome...

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you CC - you are awesome :)

Amazing creation, Bob, so originally composed!!! I've never been on a balloon ride, but watching your photos I bet it's a very exciting experience... :) f,v&SU

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you Mona! :)

Love the crop!

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you David! :)

That's a great shot...it makes me want to ride a hot air balloon even more. =)

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you Angelina :) You will love it - it is like walking on a cloud.

How dynamic and exciting! The colors and entire feeling are rousing and stunningly beautiful! v/f

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you Dawn! :)

Getting dizzy just by looking at this image Bob...oh, my!! I can feel the excitement and petrifying tension... great shot...please get me down quick!! haha f/v

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you Jolanta! lol!

Very 'hot' photography Bob! Thanks for sharing the hot air balloons, they are all great! I had planned to be in New Mexico in a couple of weeks for the festival, but instead heading to New York for a few days.

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thanks Gwyn. New York is beautiful this time of year. Have fun!

Hello Again! Oops, I guess I should have said "I was in the basket, but on the outside edge!" LOL Kirsten

Bob Orsillo replied:

lol I was going to ask you about that :))

Hello Bob! How exciting! The day I went up in a balloon, it was grey and rainy so my pictures aren't very good. Three thousand feet was kinda scary and because I was on the outside, the rain, flowing over the balloon, became hot. Wow, did I get drenched! Did I mention it was in Australia and the land below was full of kangaroos? Anyway, f/v. Great work, as always. Kirsten

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you Kristin - that is such a cool view from 3000 ft. But the getting drenched part I am not sure about :))

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