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    I'm Sabrina, and I love to make pretty things, visit inspiring places, eat really good food, and take lots of photos along the way. Though I live with my husband in Atlanta, GA, I consider the world my home, and I can't wait to see more of it.


After running (and walking) the Peachtree Road Race yesterday, brunching at West Egg Café, taking mini-naps and grilling, RH and I went to Centennial Olympic Park for the fireworks show. It was an absolute madhouse, and we vowed never to return.

But that was before we saw the show, which was simply awesome. They had fireworks going off in the front of the park as well from the tops of buildings, so we were basically surrounded by fireworks.

And even though we were packed like sardines onto the park’s lawn, I managed to set up my tripod and get a few fireworks shots using a remote shutter release, the “bulb” setting on my camera, and a black baseball hat.


I hope you all enjoyed the holiday! I am looking forward to taking more fireworks photos, although I think I am going to have to wait a while to get another chance to do so. And I’m promising myself to at least train a little bit for the Peachtree next year, so I’m not walking like a 100-year-old woman the next day!

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Making things makes Sabrina happy. Whether it's letterpressing custom stationery or creating photographic memories in a far-flung destination, she's smitten with the process of creating and is always learning a new hobby.
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Latest posts by Sabrina (see all)

July 5, 2010 - 9:39 pm

kathleen - wow, that’s a killer fireworks photo! I, too, ran/walked the peachtree and am really wishing I had put in some training time because I am not even close to walking like a normal 27-year-old. There’s always next year, I suppose :)

July 9, 2010 - 10:53 am

katie o. - oh sabrina- that shot is absolutely gorgeous! that’s an amazing capture!

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