The Fourth in Abstract

ImageLast night, I tried my hand at firework photography. My camera is not very fast, so I got a lot of images like the one above. Fortunately, I liked the weird squiggles even better than I would have liked a clear shot. Great shots of fireworks are plentiful, but how many fiery mutilated amoeba photos exist in the universe? It may not be great, but I think I can safely say it is unique. Here are a few more:ImageImageImageOne relatively normal shot, but it isn’t as good:ImageAnd this is what the beach looked like last night:ImageEvery Fourth of July, the 20-plus mile stretch of beach is covered with cars, tents, bonfires, and people shooting off fireworks. It is quite the spectacle–a nonstop three or four hour firework extravaganza. Image 

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10 Responses to The Fourth in Abstract

  1. Geoff says:

    Looks like a spectacular evening, great series!

  2. Lowell says:

    Love your sense of humor. Fireworks shots have become boring to me. I mean, really – who cares? Every year it’s the same thing, same shots…boring, boring, boring.

    But you’ve brought back the fun! I much prefer these to other “normal” shots I’ve seen. I think you just need to tell people this was how you imagined the sky to look and told your camera what to do and voila!

  3. Lowell says:

    Oh, glad to hear you’re OK. I was wondering. We’re OK, too. Little problem with fever and leg swelling but we’re working on it. Got granddaughter and great-grandson here for a couple of days.

  4. tapirgal says:

    I like the first 3 especially. The look alive . . . kinda like life in a Permian sea, eh?

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