There, he blasted fireballs up at the rocks, and the tiny trickle of water for a while. In the pitch darkness it was a bit of challenge to find the right exposure settings, but doing so was still a LOT easier than what he was doing. Precariously perched up in the rocks, blasting fireballs into the underbelly of an overhang, I thought his face would melt.
In 2009 I had a chance to work with an amazing fire-performer. We traveled to a rock formation I've played around since I was a kid. There's a small waterfall feature where a tiny, spring fed stream trickles off the rocks. On rainier days it also gets some drainage from the hemlock forest that surrounds it.