Saint John’s Fire

Stage 1
The best and the great fire of Saint John’s day, a tradition in Catalunya, was built in Vic, helped by my pupils. Our work was rewarded by a great success, so I’m very , very happy. Outside view.
Stage 2:
Like the hole of the Panteon in Rome, Ferran and Jordi finishing the top of the tronco-cónical construction.
Stage 3:
Some colours at the interior. We a looking for the effect of the rainbow.
Stage 4:
Twelve lines as the twelve months of the year are going to the construction. As an espermatozoon, only one will enter inside.
Photo by Angel Teixé
Stage 5:
A litle fire at the interior is ligting the structure. We have catch the effect of a cathedral vitrail.
Photo by Angel Teixé
Stage 6:
The fire traped the exterior structure. The flames are great. I’ts de moment of
highest temperature. A volcano in eruption.
Photo by Angel Teixé
Stage 7:
Now the volcano gets more calmly. The woods of the top falling down. The volcano is eating the material. The contrast between light and darkness is wonderfull.
Photo by Angel Teixé
Stage 8:
Litle by litle the structure is falling down. The fire is changing during all stages of its life. People enjoys the spectacle amazed by the light and the fire.
Photo Angel Teixé.
Stage 9:
Fire dessings a perfect circle in the ground.
The structure has been vertical one hour.Myself and my pupils are excited.


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