This is how they do fireworks in Spain!

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This is how they do fireworks in Spain!
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I have to show you a video of "San Lorenzo" fireworks to impress you... almost 30 minutes of fireworks... but no only sound, fireworks producing many beautifull shapes.... and colorfull...

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Sure, pls do.  So far the best i have seen is those ones from Japan.  Perfect shells.

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Not too bad, at least you get 30 mins.  My country is well....used to be good, then not sure what happened, cut budget and we get pathetic shows. (locals still wowing, pretty bad...shows they never seen the big stuff before).   I go to Indonesia for my own firing kick.....get to fire 1.3Gs there.  Big Smile   (but must be very careful).  

Lets move to Japan :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0X3uG3kPkE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCjp0JcqGcw

100% Perfect shells appeciation

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GreaNhQzY5U

Ground shells (36 inches)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7MOhUnXksE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZLbihG3Q74

 

 

 I have another thread on China and misc.

http://budgetlightforum.com/node/3819

 

 

 

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Another one that's interesting is Taiwan.  Taipei 101, 508m building.

 

 

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OMG!! This is other level....

In some coountries fireworks are only to "make noise" and in other countries, just to impress... and the more the better

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How many TONS of MONEY they spend in that???????????

OMG!!

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Yep....to make noise is also nice, not to say that it is not fun. Mascletas are really intense.  Pyromusicals are also nice in another way.

China invented fireworks....Liuyang is the world's firework's capital (think they make 70+ % of the world's fireworks).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1_21FR1cks

 

Your Fanyfire/Sky Ray is probably made in similar fashion.

 

Japanese manufacturing.  Like I said, PERFECT shells with PERFECT breaks that i never see in other country's fireworks.  *thumbs up to Japan*

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dINxkFcmc0&feature=related

 Perfecto!  : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GreaNhQzY5U&NR=1

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I guess fireworks is banned in Singapore?

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mfm wrote:

I guess fireworks is banned in Singapore?

Consumer fireworks/crackers banned since 1960s.....too many high-rise.  Used to be banned in Beijing/Shanghai, but now they allow it again...or rather the police can't do nothing!  (too many people)

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One more of the Japanese Hanabis!

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Very nice pyromusical.

 

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Extremely good fireworks in Spain. Check it out from 3:30.

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Keep um coming 2100.
I looked forward going pyro every New Years.
But a law got passed a couple years ago that just killed all the fun.
I still got a stash that I stocked-piled the last year before the new law kicked in.
People still sneak around and play, but it’s not the same
God I miss the old days.

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makapuu wrote:
Keep um coming 2100. I looked forward going pyro every New Years. But a law got passed a couple years ago that just killed all the fun. I still got a stash that I stocked-piled the last year before the new law kicked in. People still sneak around and play, but it’s not the same God I miss the old days.

Yes, I have seen some youtube vids what you can do in Honolulu. Quite fun.

But do be careful about fireworks, treat them with the utmost respect. If you do not know how to play safely, get the fireworks cakes and maintain the safety distance. Even a small cracker can easily fracture your fingers under the right conditions.

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2100 wrote:
makapuu wrote:
Keep um coming 2100. I looked forward going pyro every New Years. But a law got passed a couple years ago that just killed all the fun. I still got a stash that I stocked-piled the last year before the new law kicked in. People still sneak around and play, but it’s not the same God I miss the old days.

Yes, I have seen some youtube vids what you can do in Honolulu. Quite fun.

But do be careful about fireworks, treat them with the utmost respect. If you do not know how to play safely, get the fireworks cakes and maintain the safety distance. Even a small cracker can easily fracture your fingers under the right conditions.

Yeah, I know what your saying.
The new law got implemented because people were getting out of control.
The fire dept., police and hospitals were overwhelmed with incidents on the eve.
It finally got to the point they had no choice despite strong opposition.
People were getting hurt and property was being damaged.

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leaftye wrote:
Here’s how we did it this year.

Up close.

Yeah I posted it here in this thread some 2 mths ago:

http://budgetlightforum.com/node/11560