This small house fire in the Ko’olau Mountains was quickly extinguished by firefighters.
I am surprised at the great response these photos have received, especially since some of these require a real stretch of the imagination. Thanks to everyone that appreciates my work!
Do you see the cowboy on the bull?
I see a man’s face peeking around the right side in the very center.
I call this one The Falcon and the Rubber Ducky.
The Hand Model
Most people that know me well say that I have a pretty active imagination. As an artist, I would hope so! Some people have told me that I often point out things to people that they wouldn’t have seen otherwise. I suppose that can also relate to the matrixing in the dancing flames. What I see may not be what you see, however.
Here, I see a woman in a hat carrying shopping bags.
In this one I see several different things: a horse’s head (or a dragon’s head), a sled, and the TV alien ALF.
The first thing I saw here was a black panther hiding and looking at a goat’s leg sticking out of the ground.
This is a unicorn looking at its reflection in a pond.
I call this one “The Flamenco Dancer & The Rose”.
Gazing into fires is both magical and hypnotizing. When I started fire gazing and taking photos, I swear that at times I’d capture faces or souls trying to reach out to tell me they are still a part of this earth. Here are a few examples of what I’ve seen (which is considered “matrixing“).
Look closely. Do you see the backbone and ribs? A portion of a skull?
Three dancing witches?
ET phone home.
The dragon is beginning to rise…
The Pelican and the Dancer…
A baby dragon is born…