Yup, saw them once putting each individual firework in each pipe.
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When I was backstage, they warned us of possible firework fallout on the ground. We were told to keep our shoes on at all times. If you look at the large picture provided by dlandfansaz, if you look a little bit to the right and downwards of the fenced in launching area, you'll see a wavy type of overhang. I was there last night, and when I looked up I saw all these burn marks and a couple of large dents caused by falling debris.
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if they do it that close to the buildings, how do they keep em from chatching the buildings on Fire?
The shells have no black powder lift, they use compressed air to launch the shell up and then it simply explodes in the air and usually burns out before coming in contact with the ground or buildings again.
I'm sorry that I don't recognize the area shown in your aerial photo. But... watch the fireworks from the parking structure sometime. I was really struck by how much farther north of Disneyland they are shot than where they look like they're shot. It's almost all above the administrative buildings.
Last edited by Tom Chaney; 12-17-2006 at 11:29 AM.
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