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WSM Infrared Photos Originally posted: 09/01/2004
Last updated: 09/26/2014
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Scott McMahon took these infrared photos of his Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker about 10 minutes after assembling the smoker. I think they're interesting because you can see the WSM in a way not possible with the human eye. Scott says he will take some more photos and I'll post them here when he does.

Note that in the second photo, the bright blue spot to the left of the smoker is most likely a piece of hot charcoal stuck in the bottom of the chimney starter!


Close-up infrared photo of the WSM

 

Distant infrared photo of the WSM and chimney starter

Infrared photos: 2010 by Scott McMahon.

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