Painting the Night!
Bursting into the air against the backdrop of the black sky, fireworks light up the night with a dazzling array of vibrant colors leaving viewers of all ages breathless and captivated by their stunning beauty and spectacular display.
For centuries, fireworks have been used all over the world as a focal point for many cultural and religious celebrations. While research agrees their origination began in ancient
Different types of fireworks include Roman candles, single shot shooters, ground and wall spinners, fountains, cones, sparklers and various novelties. Each produces a different effect such as spinning away rapidly, dissipating gradually or free falling to the ground. Sounds include bangs, thunderclaps, whistling, crackling, whizzing and humming.
The end of a show is followed by a finale where numerous fireworks are launched into the air, one right after the other, leaving onlookers mesmerized and awestruck. When the finale is over, the sound that follows is cheers and applause!
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