I’ve been delaying this post so I could upload and group a bunch of related images together. Well, enough waiting…
The town we live in (part of the Denver metro area) has a celebration each August called Western Welcome Week (which is actually 10 days long). It started as sort of a homecoming event, an excuse for folks that have moved away to come back to reconnect and visit with their old friends.
It’s since gained a bit of celebratory flavor — a way to remind ourselves that while we’re part of a major urban area, we’re still small-town folks at heart. So part of the shindig is an opening fireworks display — presented in a local park with all the flavor you’d expect from a small-town fireworks show. Come early for the free music, bring a lawn chair or blanket and sit in the grass, close to where the fireworks are getting launched.
If you pick your spot well, you’ll even catch some silhouettes of other spectators in your pictures!
Splendid fireworks. What color!
sounds like a fun event.. you sure captured this scene quite well.. 🙂