Here in the UK the 5th November is famous for Guy Fawks night or Bonfire Night when we let off fireworks. The bonfires date back to the Gunpowder plot and after the King proclaimed we should celebrate with bonfires ever 5th November and the tradition had carried on. Usually the weekend either side of the 5th is when the big organised displays are on so last Saturday night my Wife & I watch the one from where I work from the hill overlooking the site. Here are a few of the fireworks I saw. Forgive me but it's the first time I have taken photos of fireworks.
I think you should do more. Fantastic.ReplyDelete
Amazing shots, especially for a first try!! Looks like you were in the perfect spot to capture these.ReplyDelete
Very crisp images!ReplyDelete
Wonderful shots! I miss Bonfire night.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos of fireworks. You have good control over your camera. I really like the 1st and 3rd photo best.ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful weekend!
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I think you did a good job shooting them.ReplyDelete
They are brilliant! I've never been able to get a good shot of a firework display.ReplyDelete
Great fireworks and really beautifully photographed.ReplyDelete
Spectacular shots, Bill! I wouldn't have thought it was your first time taking photos of fireworks.ReplyDelete
You did very well with them!ReplyDelete
These are fabulous photos of the fireworks. Guy Fawkes day used to be celebrated in Newfoundland until recently. Maybe it still is. Friends of ours hosts a Guy Fawkes bonfire one year and invited several Newfoundlander friends. It was a lot of fun but quite cold. Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment.ReplyDelete