So, it’s done for this year. All rockets launched, vast amount of money spend, and many more things I consider not to mention.
What for? Why is the change of date such a big thing? Is it that you feel something new has started? I can remember such a feeling from the time I was not a muslim. People tent to make a lot of new years promises, which they do not hold anyway. And why should they, nobody can change himself overnight.
It is not rather, that every morning you wake up, alive… breathing…. is a opportunity to change your life? A new day with new possibilities?
Just so beautiful Surah from the Quran, which merge the meaning of life really in such a accurate way…
Ah, I am loosing myself again. Back to new years eve.
I like fireworks, despite that I do not like the amount of money and litter wasted.
I think I took about 450 pictures in half an hour, I dedected the option to shoot many pictures consecutively. Unfortunatedly they are not so good I wished, just because I was shooting from my living room window 😀 But good enough, better than staying outside in the crowds…
Here some few which I considered as “good enough” to show others…
And, normally I hate these little gif-pictures which are animations from some movies, or faces doing the same over and over again, you know what I mean? So annoying.
But, I had to try to make some of my firework-scenes… 😀 Enjoy.. (or not 😀 )
And this one is little bigger…
All pictures above are made smaller, if you need the original size, just drop me a message!
- New Year’s resolution: The best I can do (toddpack.com)
- New Year 2012: Your pictures from around the world – BBC News (bbc.co.uk)
- Five Festive Facts About New Year’s Day – Patch.com (palmer.patch.com)
- Surahs 91-95 (christianreadsquran.wordpress.com)
- New Year’s Eve 2011: Spectacular fireworks display in Sydney as 2012 begins Down Under – pictures (mirror.co.uk)