Party Scenes: Campfire Imps, Set 2

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February 18, 2016 by katmcdaniel

This is the second set of photos from a campfire near Great Sand Dunes National Park. As the fire gets rolling, the flame take up more intricate and bizarre dances, making for wilder personifications.

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#1 A Jealous Duck

An old ghoul, open mouthed and square jawed, applauds a dancing sea horse, completely enthralled. A prim and proper duck looks on from above, either thoroughly unimpressed or feeling left out. Even fire imp parties have their petty jealousies.



#2 Fable


A monkey and a fox sit chatting, trying to decide which of them is the most noble. They want to know if anyone has seen that rascal Aesop, because someone stole their rucksack.



#3 Tango


When this couple gets together the sparks fly, although I’d have to say she is hotter than he is. She however, believes there’s nothing like an old flame.



#4 Cross Legged Girl


Come on, if you could sit cross legged in a fire, wouldn’t you?



#5 The Orator and His Cat


Dramatic presentation is this guy’s forte. Look at that heroic claw! Unfortunately, he’s being upstaged by his cat, who likes to eat steak thrown at him by the audience.



#6 Embers


Just a few bright, tired imps left on the dance floor. I don’t have the heart to poke them into life again.



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