An annual bonfire party

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rbarry
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Over the years, the annual bonfire party has got bigger and bigger. Held at the bottom of the garden, guests numbering 100 or so, are entertained to an audio video pyrotechnic themed bonfire party. As the years have progressed, the "show" has got more extravagent, with the later ones featuring a 16' x 8' video screen. Examples can be seen here: http://www.bonfireparty.com/
The menu will appear after a short segment taken from the opening of this years party, after which, gives access to previous years event. Due to hosting space restrictions, which will be sorted eventually, the majority of the clips show only the firework display accompanied by the music for that years' theme. Before the firework show begins we have used the video screen for a 5 minute a/v clip highlighting the theme.Themes have ranged from space travel to international conflict, politics etc.
"A short film" shows the preparation for 2003.
2005 hasn't been edited yet but the link takes you to a fake "404 page not found". Read the page, then click the landscape picture that starts the prefirework display themed video for 2005, that was shown on the 16' x 8' video wall.

These parties are a private function.
There are no overlays of the fireworks in any of the video clips, and the soundtrack is synced as it was on the night.
These parties have improved both technically and spectacularly over the years!

tim
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Joined: Mar 27 1999

Rick,

Great to read your posting and to visit your site.

Very best wishes to you and don't forget to pass on all the best to my very dear relative!

Tim

rbarry
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Joined: Mar 27 1999

Hello Tim,
Nice to hear from you, I hope you and the rest of the family are well. I shall pass your comments on. I cannot claim ownership of the bonfireparty.com website, but will settle for contributor!
May you have an enjoyable festive Christmas and a happy new year.

Rick.