last five minutes of the show. The following evening, I returned to the Magic Kingdom with my cousin, his wife, and their five year old son. All of us ended the evening watching the fireworks together, this time from the middle of Main Street, standing among the crowd, hearing the oohs and ahs from people around, including those in my family, who had never seen the show before. So, maybe there was a little more to Disney World fireworks than I remembered.
How to Photograph Fireworks, an ebook from the some of the contributors to the Disney Photography Blog, so I was eager to try out what I learned. Unfortunately, I forgot to bring my tripod to the park the first night we visited the Magic Kingdom. Fortunately, that meant we watched Wishes again the second night we were in the park. Watching the show with my sister added another layer of sentimentality to the show, as two years before her now-husband proposed to her during a fireworks cruise on Seven Seas Lagoon.