You don’t have to smoke cigarettes to be fascinated with the free-flowing effect of fumes coming out of someone’s mouth in artistic pictures, like these of Jared Tyler. Smoke has been a great prop for photography and cinema throughout many decades. A tool for cinematographers to set different moods in scenes. Think of the smoke.... http://illusion.scene360.com/art/70277/smoke-photography-jared-tyler/

The Smoke Photography of Jared Tyler

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(A/N: Auras appear smoky, though at first they're just a glow around the body. During the Rite, smoke also appears out of the skulls and consumes the thirteen-year-old. The smoke later forms their familiar.

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“You want to know where my nightmares come from? They come from those secrets, whispered in the halls, woven in the tapestries, embedded in the rocks. They’re the ones that this new, magical world brings.

"It was not burning, it was warming. He hadn't known fire could look this way. He had never thought in his life that it could give as well as take. Even its smell was different" (Bradbury 145).

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"It was not burning, it was warming. He hadn't known fire could look this way. He had never thought in his life that it could give as well as take. Even its smell was different" (Bradbury 145).

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