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Photographic Fridays #4 – Fireworks

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What does your sky look like?, originally uploaded by Chandoo.

We went to a near by amusement park for the July 4th weekend. Even though it was raining they had a decent turnout and we enjoyed alot going on the rides, playing with water, watching the parades and finally the fireworks. I tried capturing many pics, but I had no tripod and was too tired by then (it was almost 11 when these things went off), So only a few of them came out with any clarity, How do you like this one?

Also see the other ones on flickr:
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