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                   Monday, June 2, 2008 - 9:34AM

Symphony Sunday fireworks

By DAN ROBINSON
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One of at least a dozen fireworks displays that Charleston has every year. This one is usually set off on the river at the Capitol, so I thought I could get a few shots with the dome. I set up on Greenbrier at I-64. Problem is that the capitol is undergoing maintenance and is surrounded by ugly scaffolding. Add to that the fireworks barge being farther to the right than I estimated, and this wasn't really worth the effort. At least I avoided the traffic!

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