Gregg Lambert has been something of a star in the expanding scholarship that surrounds the work of Gilles Deleuze, a magnesium flare
in the night of interpretation.
Through a haze of pain, Airman Levitow saw a burning Mark 24 magnesium flare
rolling free within the fuselage near five ammunition.
THE scene is one of flames, firefighters, choking smoke and an injured man lying face down on the ground having been hit on the back of the neck by a white-hot magnesium flare
But if you were looking for quality, for that rare and rewarding frisson that only the exceptional can provide, then Alamshar provided it in spades, illuminating the Ascot gloom like a magnesium flare
The guide lights up each of these spectacular sights with a magnesium flare
, making the ice glow and shadows flicker on the monstrous cavern walls.
He places it on the ground and yells "Cover"--the tube fires a softball-sized round object up several hundred feet--the mob should be able to see it or hear the detonation; the ball is a superpowerful magnesium flare
. Most of the mob will be looking up at the time, and their optic nerve will shut down--they will be temporarily blinded for 3-10 minutes.
This illumination may be visible to the unaided eyes of the observer, such as a magnesium flare
or klieg light, or it may illume using a form of energy undetectable to the human eye, such as infrared (IR) or laser energy, or even the ultrasonic squeal of a bat, truly the primordial night-vision system.
Suffering from more than 40 shrapnel wounds in his back and legs caused by a mortar blast, he saw a smoking magnesium flare
amid a jumble of spilled ammunition canisters.
He enters a world of phosphorus fires and magnesium flares
, of amputees and grey-faced wounded; the novel has more in common with Erich Maria Remarque for the lyrical intensity with which its young lives and those final weeks of war are described.
But some were like magnesium flares
. They burned quickly and brightly then collapsed in on themselves.
Documented by way of photographs and maps, Polarities, 1972, involved the artist re-creating his daughter's first and his father's last drawings writ large across the ground in red magnesium flares
. This piece added a sense of poignancy and depth to the say-what-you-see logic of Photoconceptualism, which his oeuvre at first glance invokes.