Photo: Fireworks at Mile High from Speer Boulevard

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In this Tumblr edition of Denver blogs, we present a few bright blog posts from around Denver.

Here's an incredible long-exposure photograph of last night's fireworks over Sports Authority Field at Mile High, from the vantage point of the Speer Boulevard overpass above I-25. Go to the blog to see the full image -- this one is just a cropped thumbnail.

Sarah Hearts Design shows this photo of a July 4 water-drop from a helicopter, proving those black helicopters aren't entirely related to a conspiracy.

The Road to Jenver wonders why were all those cyclists downtown last night? Yes, it's a weekly thing, the Denver Cruisers "America, F Yeah" ride, in fact.

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