Monday afternoon, the film production “Robin Hood: Origins” conducted a controlled Special Effects burn of the sets that were constructed by the waterline adjacent the Posat harbor.

The flames were produced through the use of mechanized gas sprinklers. The wooden sets have been treated with flame retardant, and will not be igniting – just made to appear so.

The entire procedure was conducted safely away from the neighboring stone walls, and supervised by highly experienced experts in the field of special effects. Check it out in our photo gallery!

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