It’s good to see video of our fireworks from a different perspective. Better still is this wedding display was the closest to our base of operations (Cirencester) this year. We could have walked to the venue although carrying the several hundred kilos of fireworks would have hurt us.
A couple of photos from one of our Wedding Fireworks Displays at the Crown of Crucis Hotel in the village of Ampney Crucis.
Pictures by Capture Every Moment Photography
An image taken from one of our Fireworks Displays at Stanton House Hotel, near Swindon. The photographic team who captured the pictures are Colin and Glen from Your Digital Memories.
The pink peony starburst is a 100mm shell which was bursting too low. I watched it rise up and at the time, all I was thinking was “This is going to burst low and wide”.
Fireworks by my company Cotswold Fireworks Ltd
The main family PC which happens to be the central hub for all our needs (email, gaming, video and photo editing) was built way back in 2009.
It had an Intel i7 (quad core) clocked at 2.6Ghz and sported a Nvidia GTX260 graphics card.
You know it’s beginning to age when you six year old daughter tells you it takes too long to boot. So I decided to replace the system drive with an SSD and the graphics card with a more modern version.
I had a small print job to do and rather than starting with A4 paper and chopping it into the right size. I decided to buy some A5 paper and save on messing around with a guillotine. The paper was purchased from Vikign Direct in theUK and promptly arrived the next day, well packaged and secure from damage. It was Vikings own brand paper but perfectly fine for the job in hand.
I purchased a broken Xerox 8570 to repair my one. After collecting it after a 4 hour round trip, I had a lovely surprise when I started to strip it down.
Having lovingly looked after my Xerox printer these last few years, I was extremely pissed to find that it did not survive the electrical storms the other day.
Recently I have been seeing quite a few laptops arriving in the office with their NICs set to strange DNS entries. It appears that some home broadband routers are able to overwrite the DNS setting for a NIC and apply some strange IP range. The below script when applied in GPO will reset the DNS back to “obtain DNS server address automatically”.