As mentioned a few times previously, one of the quirks of Los Angeles is that when fireworks go off around America to celebrate Independence Day (or New Year’s), since the city is so spread out, that fireworks demonstrations erupt all over the city. You can see skybursts down amongst the city skyline, as well as one much closer from a neighborhood celebration.
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To follow up with the earlier posting, here’s a snapshot of fireworks going off “in front” of Downtown Los Angeles; and for once, its not smog but fireworks smoke clouding up the view…
Every year, fireworks go off around America to celebrate Independence Day- one of the quirks of Los Angeles is, since the city is so spread out, that fireworks demonstrations erupt all over the city, instead of in isolated areas, (i.e., over the Detroit River or in New York harbor). This shot was captured this year looking out from West Hollywood towards Downtown Los Angeles, (well, a little to the north…)
Happy Independence Day!
A photo from last year’s celebration on the Colorado river near Laughlin, NV, by the Pipa Aha Macav Tribe of the Mojave Nation. A great mix of new and fading fireworks, and if you look closely at the reflection, well, I’ll let you see for yourself…
See you Wednesday!