Fireworks Photos Like You’ve Never Seen, from Mark Sirota
NOTE: Images with an icon next to them have been artificially shrunk to better fit your screen; click the icon to restore them, in place, to their regular size.

Photo by Mark Sirota

Internet acquaintance and Lightroom guru Mark Sirota recently posted a few of the most amazing fireworks shots I've ever seen, with a smooth richness that's just unearthly. The one shown above is his favorite, but I've got to say that mine would be the first or second in the slideshow.

Just wow.

All 2 comments so far, oldest first...

Thanks so much, Jeffrey! It looks like your blog is worth a bit of traffic!

I found it interesting that you disagreed with my favorite enough to comment on it, so I thought that now that the traffic has settled down a bit we could take a look and see what others thought. Looking at “favorites” on Flickr and “votes” on 500px (which I’ve just started experimenting with), turns out it’s pretty hard to tell.

Thanks again for the recognition. I realize you don’t often feature other people’s work on your blog, and I’m very honored!

— comment by Mark Sirota on July 11th, 2011 at 11:57am JST (11 years, 11 months ago) comment permalink

They are all wonderful.

The one above reminds me of the “spider” chrysanthemums that are very popular in Japan and elsewhere – only this is more attractive !

— comment by Peter in Wales on July 12th, 2011 at 1:29am JST (11 years, 11 months ago) comment permalink
Leave a comment...

All comments are invisible to others until Jeffrey approves them.

Please mention what part of the world you're writing from, if you don't mind. It's always interesting to see where people are visiting from.

IMPORTANT:I'm mostly retired, so I don't check comments often anymore, sorry.

You can use basic HTML; be sure to close tags properly.

Subscribe without commenting