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Micro Fireworks

Micro Fireworks

The still above shows a humble sparkler during the burn process and the sparks appear really detailed thanks to the slow shutter speed which captures more of the effects.

Sparklers, like most fireworks are created from a mixture of explosive, fuel, chemicals and metal flakes. In the case of a yellow gold colour, the metallic fuel used would be ferrotitanium. Enjoy.

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