Canada Day was over more than a month ago, but there is no time like the present to go over the firework photos.
My family clad themselves in their best red and white shirts before driving to the local park for the fireworks. There was food trucks, a live band that crooned about babies in strollers- no joke- and cold metal bleachers. I brought my camera to take pictures, but most are blurry because I didn’t bother with a tripod. I apologize in advance.
Here was about half the people who came. You can see the band performing under the white tent and their crowd of cheering fans. If you look closely, you’ll only see three people cheering.
We had an over-eager teenage boy that kept interrupting to reassure the crowd that the fireworks were coming. Nobody was worried, but they needed to keep the crowd entertained.
There was this amazing sunset that I couldn’t help but take pictures of.
You can’t go out into public without a book, so naturally I brought one with me. At the time I was reading Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas. Take the time the appreciate my beautiful ripped jeans. I know it looks really wonky.
Just as the crowd was getting anxious and cold, the loud crackle and pop of the fireworks hushed everyone. For the next 30 minutes, we craned our necks up and stared into the darkening sky.
That was probably the best pictures I took that night.
I hope you enjoyed this week’s post and let me know how you your Canada Day or Forth of July went.