This week saw me with my family go and watch a firework display with my daughters Cub group, after navigating in the dark from the car to the camp site where the bonfire was crackling away.
We sat around enjoying campfire songs, I was mesmerised by the flames, watching the little flecks fly off into the night sky, thinking how this looks to others, do they see the flames as I do?
This was when I began to think about what a firework
Actually looked like when it went off
In the sky?
For me it is just a burst of colour, but I wondered if ‘sighted people’ saw individual flecks or different colours?
So after the camp songs & warming up by the fire we walked up to where the fireworks were being set off from & I divided that I would film some of the fireworks on my phone so I could see it as others.
This was what I filmed
The film shows almost perfectly what a saw from the embers that were coming off of the fire, little fuzzy balls like those I spoke of in an earlier post (looking through raindrops)
Looking at the practicalities of using an iPhone to film fireworks that are roughly 100 feet in the air won’t give you the clearest image, but actually the ‘poor film quality’
Allows me to explain more to you about how I actually do see.
Maybe you can have more of an understanding as to why I was mesmerised by the little embers flying off the fire rather than the fire itself.
This has given me the chance to let you literally ‘seemyway’
I hope you enjoy?