Photo Challenge: Fireworks

I hope both our American and Canadian fans enjoyed the fireworks this week. This week’s photo challenge was Fireworks. Take a look at this week’s set of photos, and tell us what you think in the comments. Scroll down to find out what the next photo challenge is.

The fireworks show is in Wisconsin and the fireworks are launched off of an island in the middle of the lake. All the boats crowd around and watch as the fireworks explode above them. It’s really an amazing sight. Photo by Brant Axt.
Heartbleed. Photo by Tom Robins.
Photo by Cris Nasol
Photo by Jared Kotoff.
The mighty colors taken @ ‘Volkfest Fireworks, Stuttgart, Germany’. Taken with a Sony Alpha 580 with Sigma 17-70mm f2.8 lens. Photo by Ramesh Mohan.
Fireworks from this years “My Waterloo Days” celebration in Waterloo, Iowa. This was taken near the end of the extravaganza when they started lighting off chains of fireworks. Photo by Paul Adams
Columbia Lake Fireworks in Waterloo, Ontario, right behind Snapsort HQ. Photo by Brenden Sherratt.
Photo by Andy Howells
Photo by Tex Bacalian
Photo by Arun Sagar.
Photo by Oliver Häusler.
Photo by Christopher Reilly
Photo by Endika Roldan
Photo by Nirav Patel.
Here’s a picture of the fireworks display on Canada Day in Ottawa, taken from Bates Island. Photo by Alain Villeneuve.
Photo by Naveen Balaji.
Photo by vladimir krasnolutsky
RGB Fireworks by Sergi Domènech

This week’s photo challenge is: Abstract Photography

This is a difficult photo challenge, and because we started later we are going to extend the photo challenge until Wednesday the 18th. So Grab your camera and take a photo this week, and send them to, along with your name, and a short description of the photo.


  • The photo should be taken by you
  • You may interpret the theme in any way you would like
  • You agree to allow us to share your image on our Blog and Facebook wall
  • You retain all rights to the photo
  • Submit your photos by Wednesday the 18th of July
  • Please only submit one photo per week
  • Please include a short description of your photo, along with your name
  • Email your photo to
  • Be creative and have fun