Description: FIREWORKS DISPLAY NEAR GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE-NX HOT DOG VENDOR STAND AND POLICE BOAT W/ LIGHTS IN HARBOR ;NX dark shot of police boat with flashing blue lights passing in the harbor, WS of lit Golden Gate Bridge in distance; NX glittery orange fireworks, somewhat rapid succession, low flying white tracer fire like ones; NX colorful barrage of fireworks, camera tilts down at one point to allow the bay to appear in fg for perspective; NX glittery 'chandelier' like fireworks, sputtering 'sperm' like fireworks, camera tracks some from ground to explosion; NX huge bursts of fireworks fill the screen, tracer fire ones go off, leaving green reflections in the water; NX WS of bay as flurry of multicolored fireworks explode across the screen, camera z-in to CU of fireworks for a while; NX WS of bay during explosive finale, cool 'halo' fireworks in the mix, WS with bay so can see reflections in water; NX police boat slowly floats across fg as spectacular firework finale occurs in sky, cool looking low flying sky rockets; NX police boat again patrols in fg as fireworks go off in sky, fireworks that look like golden weeping willows; NX MS as golden weeping willow-like fireworks slowly billow down to the water, and actually fall into the water; NX WS of bay as lame firework display continues, then it picks up a bit for more spectacular fireworks; NX cool looking display of orange fireworks in rapid succession, then multicolored-(like Love American Style); NX dark shot of Golden Gate Bridge in distance, lit up but still hard to see, police boat floats past in fg; NX very dark, hard to see people milling about after fireworks, a tent is seen in the distance, very badly lit; NX WS dark, hard to see the area in front of a bandshell-trash on the ground and people milling about; NX WS still too dark to see much, but looks like a dark parking lot with people just sitting around drinking; NX MS hot dog vendor and his cart, serves hot dog to customer, low angle hard to see EST of BBQ stand ;
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