Celebration of Light 2010 Fireworks Photos: Team Mexico

Thursday, July 29th, 2010 — 9:05am PDT
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Last night Team Mexico rocked the Celebration of Light fireworks in English Bay. While I haven’t heard any official feedback from those who attended, the shouts and applause from hotel balconies around us seemed to praise the show.

Mexico Night
Photo credit: on Flickr

It’s always a treat to wake up and see some fantastic photos added to the Miss604 Flickr group and I’m impressed that these photographers captured the fireworks so well (and processed then uploaded the photos with such speed). I’m enjoying all of the different vantage points as well, hopefully it gives some inspiration for unique viewing spots to check out.

2010 Celebration of Light, Vancouver
Photo credit: Uncle Buddha on Flickr
Celebration of Light: Mexico
Photo credit: Tyler Ingram on Flickr
IMGP0255 Celebration Of Light IMGP0211
Photo credit: Elvis_Hitler & Clayton Perry Photoworks
Photo credit: Nicolas Demers on Flickr
Celebration of Light - Mexico 4
Photo credit: kiwi_cam on Flickr
Celebration of Light - Mexico
Photo credit: Alain Limoges on Flickr
Mexico Night
Photo credit: Morisawa81 on Flickr
Team Mexico
Photo credit: Wasney Photos on Flickr

Please be sure to click-through on the images to view more from each of these photographers. Should you take any photos of the Celebration of Light fireworks Saturday (during the grand finale) please feel free to add them to the Miss604 Flickr group.

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