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Happy New Year! Did You Catch the Countdown Fireworks Display?

Where were you on new year's eve?

I was at the Vivo City countdown party, 31 December 2007.

Brought along a mat and some titbits. Settled down on best spot and waited 3 hours for midnight.

It's a yearly family thing. The kids love staying up late. I love the celebration and pyrotechnics.

From where we were, up on the roof where the party was, we can see fireworks displays from 3 different locations.

The furthest, in sentosa, seem so tiny like sparklers in our hands. The nearer display was spectacular as multiple flaming rockets shot into the air and burst into shimmering dust.

Of course, I brought along my Sony HDR-SR8 and recorded everything, in High Definition.

By the way, the video I made here was last years fireworks display.

Thanks for watching! :)

Adrian Lee

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