The final work in this collection of contrasting flames is another depiction of a burning location. This time, however, it is the historic artistic representation of the famous burning of the major city of London. While most artworks include flames to create contrast in smaller areas, this picture has a fire so large it is basically the backdrop of the entire work. This enormous fire creates a contrast between it and what's contained within it instead of what's outside. The mixture of bright yellows and oranges help to catch the attention of viewers to then only have them focus on the dark structures in dark contrast to these loud colors. This contrast also draws attention to the people fleeing from the city. This is another example of how stark contrast such as this can help represent tension and high emotions of fear.