Standard call out card back drop. Simple black white with touches of chosen highlight colour for graphics

(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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This reminds me of a book but it's also like life surrounded by something that brings death

// restless Like & Repin. Listen to Noelito Flow. Noel Music. ((Candles, incense, paper sts, & smores))

She pulled a lighter from her pocket and Callum stared at her and asked, "Do you smoke? I don't smoke, but I like to burn things" Callum smiled and said "I fucking like you"

Kevin Cooley’s Stunning Photographs Of Fire And Smoke

Kevin Cooley's Stunning Photographs Of Fire And Smoke

The pyromaniac in me loves these dramatic swirly images of fire and smoke. They are part of ‘Controlled Burns’, a photo series by photographer Kevin Cooley. Cooley was inspired by

I really like this above image as it looks like a modern version of Irving Penn's images due to there being lipstick stains and colour. I would like to investigate this in a possible future photo shoot as I could use the two versions of the image and create a contrast within my own photo shoot.

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Joanna Ference - Lipstick Stains Identity is in the details. Inspired by Irving Penn‘s cigarette series, photographer Joanna Ference collects cigarette butts from female friends and strangers,.

Powerful steel engines blowing huge, undulating clouds of smoke into the air emerge from the fog in these strikingly beautiful images by engineer and self-taught photographer Matthew Malkiewicz.

Powerful Train Engines Chug Through Beautiful Landscapes

Steam locomotive railroad train tracks smoke headlight, Cumberland, West Virginia - by Matthew Malkiewicz on Fivehundredpx

"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).

The Balance Between Light And Dark: What Bipolar II Disorder Feels Like