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Sydney 2007 New Year's Eve Fireworks by Mez  
The sights and sounds of midnight fireworks over Sydney Harbour for New Year's Eve (2006/2007). Centrepoint (Sydney Tower) is near the top left at the start of each shot. Seen from the roof of a block of units in Surry Hills, close to the party scene around Oxford Street and Taylor Square, and with lots of other blocks of flats around, nearly all with parties of people on their balconies. Rather dark & blurry picture, I'm afraid, but I like the atmosphere. Taken with a Canon A80 (original size 320 x 240).

The still photo below shows almost exactly the same scene as the start of the video, and was taken with the same camera. The Canon Powershot A80 does very good photos. Its video is not as good, but the separate video we'd borrowed & set up failed to work.

(Google Video version)
Midnight fireworks over Sydney harbour for New Year's Eve (2006/2007).

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