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Discussion in 'Open Discussion' started by RT_Panther, Sep 21, 2012.
I found this to be interesting...:smile:
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Looking at things in my room that may be combustable now...
Thanks. I have played around a time or two around the camp fire but never tried anything in-depth before. I will have to try some fire photography!
I'm staying in student accommodation right now; there's 2 15 storey buildings separated by about 60 feet. After reading your post I was tempted to give some students some flares and tell them to go nuts on the roof of the opposite building while I snapped away on this one. I have since been informed that the university takes a dim view on such health and safety breaches and this would result in me being so far up the proverbial creek, and I quote 'You'd need the Hubble telescope to even see your graduation - which you would not be attending.'
DPS is such a great resource; thanks for sharing it. I don't visit often enough even though I know there is so much to learn.
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