“…Fireworks had for her a direct and magical appeal. Their attraction was more complex than that of any other form of art. They had pattern and sequence, color and sound, brilliance and mobility; they had suspense, surprise, and a faint hint of danger; above all, they had the supreme quality of transience, which puts the keenest edge on beauty and makes it touch some spring in the heart
which more enduring excellences cannot reach.” 



21 thoughts on “ENDLESS FIREWORKS

  1. WOW. What a shot! It’s fantastic! I’m starting to experiment with night photography now, but I’m struggling. Do you know what your settings were for that shot? I have only one lens since I’ve move to France, and now as I continue to learn more and more about how to use my camera, I’m realizing how limited my equipment is!

    • Ohh I know that feeling, believe me. My gear is so limited as well, but I’m trying to make the most of what I have. Definitely looking forward to expanding it!
      I don’t remember exactly the settings right now, but I promise the second I get home tonight I’ll take a look at the camera and let you know! What camera are you shooting with by the way?

      I don’t know if you have heard about this site yet but I find it very useful to learn digital photography. I found this article about night photography that I thought might help you with your learning 🙂 Go ahead and explore the site a little bit – you’ll find some interesting stuff!

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