Archive for the ‘Daytime Fireworks’ Category
This is a video from my friend David DeSafey from the USA. Dave runs an American firework forum called PyroTalk.com
The video above a ‘set up in the daytime’ of the fireworks display taking place called “Thunder Over Muse 2012″.
A good friend of Dave’s is Joe. Every year Joe gathers donations from the local community to put on an epic fireworks display in his home town of Muse Pennsylvania for the July 4th celebrations. Dave has helped Joe every year in organizing the fireworks display. The video includes setting up a 1.3 fireworks for a small community and Dave demonstrates different techniques of electric match and electronic firing.
The video below is of the action from the night. Great show everyone :)
For all our American friends who would like to take the next step and buy 1.3 professional fireworks like salutes, Thunder Kings etc.? Then you will need an ATF license. Dave sells an awesome DVD application package that walks you through the procedure.
Please visit Dave’s site for more information – http://pyrotalk.com/shopping.php
An awesome art display, billed as the biggest ever daytime fireworks show has taken place in Doha, the Qatari capital.
The event is the latest in a series by Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang, the artist who contributed to the opening firework ceremony of the Beijing Olympics.
The artist, who is based in New York, has spent nearly two months in Qatar creating a series of works, which use microchip-controlled explosives to form incredible designs and patterns explosives – normally used by the military as anti-missile decoys.
The cost of the display has not been revealed, but it was funded in full by the Qatar Museum Authority. Amazing