WATERFALLS

The waterfall in the image at left is best made with a wire suspended between 2 poles approximately 20 feet high. Each thin paper tube, loaded with waterfall composition, is attached to the wire with its "starter end" pointing down. The tubes, separated by about 1 foot, are all ignited at once by a length of quickmatch. The bright white sparks float all the way to the ground; the traditional "waterfall" effect. 
Attached to a stick, a single waterfall tube also makes an outrageous sparkler.


60-SECOND WATERFALL

90-SECOND WATERFALL