We spent the holiday with my brother and his wife in McPherson, Kansas. My folks also joined us and we had a great visit. I never really tried taking photos of fireworks before, and it’s a lot harder than I thought. I’m not particularly fond of any of these pictures, but more turned out useable than I thought. There are quite a few images below, but I wanted to post them before the holiday spirits have dissipated entirely.

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Whew! That seems like a lot of photos. Thanks for looking.

5 thoughts on “Fireworks

    1. matt Post author

      Thanks, Scott. I found, while looking through them last night, that I liked more than I thought I would when I was looking at them after taking them.

      I appreciate your comment!

    1. matt Post author

      Thanks! I’m glad you think so. I used my prime 1.8 lens, and some turned out pretty well, I suppose. 🙂

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