I wonder if this little game would still hold the attention of today's younger generation. With all the things they can do on a computer now, with games like Sim City and programs like Paint Shop and Corel, would this even entertain them? Hmmmm, something to think about and maybe do a survey and post as a separate blog. But for now, back to my images of July 4th, I think they're pretty cool!
I call this one the C-firework because I see a bunch of little C's in it. It's very pretty and frail looking.
This one I call my Ribbons-firework, because I think the little symbols are shaped like all the different symbols for different causes, like the pink ribbons for Breast Cancer Awareness and the A.I.D.S. ribbons.
This one is the one that looks the most like an actual firework. I know that in order to take pictures of fireworks properly you need a camera that will allow you to adjust shutter speeds and such...and maybe mine does, but I've never read the book, I just wing it :-)
I love this one, I wish more of the little questions marks had shown up, but they look like little questions marks don't they?
This is the one that most resembles the little drawings we used to do with Spirograph, just a bunch of little circular squiggles.I like the colors on this one, almost blue and gold for Shafter Generals!
And last but not least, the one that is my favorite color...Green. It's also odd in that it looks like a bunch of 2's doesn't it?
Happy 4th of July Shafter!