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Bombs - 2004-10-16  
Some of the ground display from the Miramar Airshow.

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Camera: Canon 20D, Lens: Canon 100--400mm IS
Keywords: fire explosions
License: This image is public domain, because I took the picture and I've made it public domain. I don't care at all what you use this picture for. If you do use it, please consider linking back to this site. (Details)

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Hi, I put ur pic here: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Image:Explosions.jpg and here http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wybuch
Posted by Lukasz Kotasa at 8:21 AM EST on Nov 17th, '04

Thank you for allowing your picture to be in the public domain. It is perfect for illustrating the Haiku I made called "Flower Power." It is message #1 on the board titled, "Flower Power."
I like the way you composed the picture, with the lines at the bottom and the living green trees in the background... :-)

Hi, I used your picture for a school project. Thanks.
Posted by Donna at 9:45 AM EST on Dec 16th, '04

Now used to illustrate the article on explosions at Wikipedia

Posted by Solipsist at 6:04 AM EST on Dec 17th, '04

Thank you!
I used thise great picture to illustrate a crisis in a university project!
Posted by Francine at 10:13 PM EST on Oct 22nd, '05

Used it for a power point. Good pic.
Posted by *unknown* at 2:04 PM EST on Jan 4th, '06

i used this pic for a school power point. i couldnt find anything i was able to access b4 this.thnx!!!!
Posted by shannon at 11:21 AM EST on Dec 15th, '06

I used this on my blog to illustrate how badly my diet went today!

We will be using this picture on our new website to be loaded soon, to illustrative the explosive power of bombs. Thanks! Centerpoint Mfg. Inc.,manufacturer of Blast Resistant Waste Receptacles (www.centerpointmfg.com)

We will be using this picture for a school presentation which heading will be: "Common explosives and fireworks" (in Swedish).

Hi there,
I have used your picture with an article I wrote on green explosives at http://noorderlicht.vpro.nl/artikelen/39642983/

Thanks a lot!

I used this image to illustrate an explosion in a powerpoint presentation. Thank you.