Did you know that many of the break patterns for shells (the fireworks before they explode in the air) are named after flowers? Dahlia, Chrysanthemum, and Peony are standard, and they also can come with 'Pistils' added to the center. Also trees--Palm and Willow patterns are common, and there is even one called 'Falling Leaves'.
There is also a break pattern called 'Bees'
it doesn't look much like this shot of double bumbles on allium, but this is what I had exploding tonight for our anniversary celebration
MissyPenny said:This is a marvelous and fun site, and while I am brand new here, I so agree with all the posts: A big thank you for this site, for your hard work, for the information, for the fun...and for the gorgeous photos!
Here's my "fireworks" fun to say thanks.