Description: CONCERT KFOG, AND FIREWORKS, VARIOUS NX WS red fireworks exploding over harbor, white one explode amongst them, streamers cross streams and explode ; NX white fireworks that look like anti-aircraft fire are fired off, all staying near the ground, fireworks above; NX brilliant 'sparkler' fireworks, glittery fireworks, many explode at once, glitter falls to the ground; NX sudden barrage of non-spectacular fireworks, more lively display follows, red and white explosions fill the screen; NX huge 'chandelier'-like fireworks explode everywhere (nice), small squiggly fireworks are mixed in there too; NX slow, low flying 'tracer fire'-like fireworks sent up in pairs, then a less than amazing flurry of fireworks; NX strange, red lights are shot up (they don't explode, just dropback down looks a bit like UFO's or something...); NX huge, cool red glittery explosions that fill the screen, 'Love American Style' fireworks; NX more 'tracer fire' style, followed by small fast little explosions, ground based explosions explode on ground; NX huge red fireworks fill top portion of the screen, weird little ineffective fireworks follow; NX cool yellow 'chandelier' or 'weeping willow' style fireworks (like long golden hair); NX very cool fireworks with blue explosion and red 'halo'around the blue, they look like a colorful version of saturn; NX large puffy white explosions, VAR more uneventful displays, more tracer fire, more typical/routine displays; NX 'sparkler' fireworks, followed by very colorful, rapid-fire display that is the finale, ends with one tracer fire blast; NX bad shot of Golden Gate Bridge illuminated, police boat with searchlight floats into view under bridge; NX same shot of Golden Gate Bridge, with lots of boat traffic seen underneath bridge (basically see lights only) ;this same shot lasts to the end of the tape, just Golden Gate Bridge with the lights of boats in the fg ;
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