“Don’t play with fire!” that’s what we have been told since we were kids. Maybe this is why we could be easily shocked by the performance of the play of fire. We can’t help wondering: does it burn the performers’ mouths or lips? Does it hurt? The combination of the beauty of the scene and the wonders in our head makes the performance.

The followings are some photograghs we collected featuring plays with fire. The freeze of the fire makes strong image, giving us illusion that we are looking at drawings. Even though we are not feeling the heat, we could see the great beauty of the play with fire.

By Matthias (Left) , Kuzeytac (Right)

By Michal Jochimek (Left) , Fakeplastiktree (Right)

By Lunavv

By Didjargo (Left) , Jasper Lesterhuis (Right)

By Michael (Left) , Krzysztof Kusiak (Right)

By Ronan Gray

By Roberto Moreira (Left) , Cristian Udrea (Right)

By Michael

By Space Ritual (Left) , Sophie (Right)

By Happy Horizons

By Dadita (Left) , Lunavv (Right)

By NoRa

By Zerogrizzly (Left) , Elena (Right)

By Kimberly Villarreal

By Pixel Pet (Left) , Matthew Wedgwood (Right)

By Positive Vibrations

  • These are quite beautiful. I especially like the combination of the black and white background with the fireball and the comparative calm of the last shot.

  • Some great imagery here. I particularly like Play With Fire 2 by Michael and a nice change of pace at the end of the collection with Fire Inside by Positive Vibrations.

  • AMAZING is an understatement. These are some really mind boggling pictures. AWESOME :)

  • Elaine

    I really like the Lord of Fire by Elena. It is more artistic with the colors mingled in the fireball. Interesting.

  • WHOA…. now that is TOTALLY AWESOME photography shots!!! Those guys are pretty daring :)