Blazing Confetti

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Sensational fireworks brighten up the dark winter sky during the months of July and August at Docklands. This free event occurs every Friday at 7:30 p.m. It can be viewed from the waterfront shops and bars in the surrounding area or from the New Quay promenade. What events get celebrated with fireworks where you live?

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16 thoughts on “Blazing Confetti

  1. Beautiful photos! In San Diego, SeaWorld has fireworks every night in summer and on weekends much of the year. I see them from my patio. Your pictures will keep me happy in-between-times! Nice work…

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  2. Where I currently live in the U.S., we celebrate the 4th of July (independence from Great Britain) and New Year’s Eve at midnight (to bring in the new year) with fireworks. However, when I lived in Philadelphia, the city had fireworks all summer long on the waterfront. I lived only a few blocks from the river, so I could watch fireworks every time they lit the sky. I never tired of seeing them; they are so beautiful – as are your photos!

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    • Thanks for sharing – it is so informative. There are many commonalities as well: New Year’s Eve and Australia Day (the local equivalent of the 4th of July) are celebrated with fireworks. Instead of summer though, the city here has fireworks during the winter months on the waterfront.

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