Sparktacular pyro wheel display creates supernatural blazing fountain

SPARKTACULAR PYRO WHEEL

This supersize catherine wheel is bound ruin your local fireworks display for you…unless this guy is invited.

Site administrator, Laukik Bajpai, 24 from Ahmedabad, India took photos of him performing the stunning spiral light show all around his local area.

PIC BY LAUKIK BAJPAI / CATERS NEWS - Laukik Bajpai creates a spark-tacular light show around the arta of Ahmedabad, India.

PIC BY LAUKIK BAJPAI / CATERS NEWS – Laukik Bajpai creates a spark-tacular light show around the arta of Ahmedabad, India.

The bravery and skill required for the stunt is one thing Laukik says capturing it on camera in all its beauty is something else altogether.

Laukik said: “I have always been excited to create some innovative and beautiful pictures which always keeps me going.

PIC BY LAUKIK BAJPAI / CATERS NEWS - Site administrator, Laukik Bajpai, 24 from Ahmedabad, India took photos of him performing the stunning spiral light show all around his local area.

PIC BY LAUKIK BAJPAI / CATERS NEWS – Site administrator, Laukik Bajpai, 24 from Ahmedabad, India took photos of him performing the stunning spiral light show all around his local area.

“This type of photography is a bit tedious as it requires a lot of work and time just to get one perfect picture – the right frame, lighting, distance, and a lot of other factors.

“But the results are worth it as it looks like something supernatural, a stunning long exposure picture like this one can leave you in awe and wondering how it was done”.

PIC BY LAUKIK BAJPAI / CATERS NEWS - The bravery and skill required for the stunt is one thing Laukik says capturing it on camera in all its beauty is something else altogether.

PIC BY LAUKIK BAJPAI / CATERS NEWS – The bravery and skill required for the stunt is one thing Laukik says capturing it on camera in all its beauty is something else altogether.

Laukik achieves the incredible light show using a steel wool wire gauze, which he attached to a metal chain and which he burnt using a lighter before rotating it at various angles.

Laukik said: “The burning steel wool has long trails when rotated attached to the chain, and makes a beautiful light painting in the long exposure.”