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Fourth of July in DC

1Picture by Colin Wiencek2Picture by Colin Wiencek3Picture by Colin Wiencek4Picture by Colin Wiencek5Picture by Colin WiencekThe crowd appreciated the display greatly.6Picture by Colin WiencekDuring the display, the mall was literally full of back-lit LCD displays from cameras and cell phones recording the event.7Picture by Colin WiencekThe fireworks were fired from the Lincoln Memorial. Soon after the beginning of the display, the memorial could barely be seen due to the immense amount of smoke.8Picture by Colin WiencekExplosions rebounded all around the National Mall, creating a deafening racket that could be heard for miles.9Picture by Colin WiencekThe combination of smoke and new explosions appears to be from a scene in Star Wars or Star Trek. Though according to the Mother Nature Network, a environmental advocacy organization, fireworks can have a large environmental impact due to the toxins released into the air.10Picture by Colin WiencekSmall American flags were a popular sale item during many Fourth of July parades. 11Picture by Lorena Kowalewski

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  • franklyfrank (View Email) on July 22, 2010 at 9:49 AM
    The top part looks like exploding poo
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