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Caledonia 11 2 Scotland
3 Jul 2006 12:19AM
Good shot! Happy Canada Day - I'd sing Oh! Canada to you but you won't hear it from way over here. Have a lovely day.

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glazzaro 13 70 23 United States
3 Jul 2006 12:36AM
Well I get my shot on Tuesday, hope I get some as good as then one, last year I totally blew it! Wink Spot on! Click!!!

A_Harrison 13 261 Canada
3 Jul 2006 12:44AM
Well if it helps I set the camera on ISO 200 @ F16 for 3 seconds

Seemed to work O.K.
User_Removed 13 825 Lithuania
3 Jul 2006 4:22AM
hope you had a great day Al`!.... nice shot!
ronss 12 1.2k Canada
3 Jul 2006 5:06AM
Great shot. We had fireworks here in Penticton, but I only had a 18-55mm and we were a mile away. next year maybe. click.
tonymarq 12 1 United States
3 Jul 2006 5:56AM
Al excellent capture and not easy to time! well done!

stay well
TommyStr 12 9 3 Norway
3 Jul 2006 7:09AM
Sparking shot, like how the comp turned out!
sputnki 14 10 Canada
3 Jul 2006 1:30PM
Excellent fireworks coverage Allan! We were so wasted after the battle on the high seas I slept through them!

beriah 12 1 Canada
3 Jul 2006 3:53PM
Excellent fireworks Allan! We missed them as we have to stay indoors with our dog because he 'freaks out' with the noise...thanks for sharing, now I don't feel like I've missed out!
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13 10 9 United States
3 Jul 2006 10:16PM
Alan, nicely done. I like this shot very much. -=Walter
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13 10 9 United States
3 Jul 2006 10:20PM
PS Thanks for the technical info. I'm going to be setting my SONY DSC F-8282 for ISO 200 @ F16 for 3 seconds on the 4th of July. -=Walter
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14 5.8k England
3 Jul 2006 11:28PM
Lovely firework detail colours and composition.
bengsays 13 13
3 Jul 2006 11:49PM
nice shot, lots of colors...I like the placement in the frame too, it doesn't bother me too much that they are cut off.

well done, its a bit of a challenge and a bit of luck for these sort of shots!
pk_nz 13 New Zealand
4 Jul 2006 6:54AM
you're not wrong! this has come out exceptionally well.
well done, are you sure it was the first time? Wink

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