ITV News West Country viewer Marloes McNeil from Saltash went to Wednesday night's fireworks finale on Plymouth Hoe with her 8 year old old son Jack.
They took these splendid photographs using a very small camera.
Star Fireworks was crowned 'Champion of Champions' at the British Firework Champions on Plymouth Hoe on Wednesday night.
The Berkshire company beat Pendragon Fireworks into second place and Selstar came third.
Six companies entered this year's two-day spectacular spread over Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.
Thousands turned out to watch Plymouth Sound light up on Tuesday night for the start of the national fireworks championships.
The two day event sees teams competing for the title of champion of champions with some stunning displays on the Hoe.
Winners from the last decade are competing, with the grand finale on Wednesday night at 9.30pm.
Thousands turned out to watch Plymouth Sound light up tonight for the start of the national fireworks championships.
You can see below some highlights of the spectacular display on the Hoe:
Tonight is the start of the national fireworks championships on Plymouth Hoe. This year they're staging a two day battle for the title: champion of champions.
The winners from the last decade are going head to head, with the first fireworks heading skywards around half past nine tonight. Our reporter John Andrews has been to see them setting up.
Thousands of people are expected to gather in Plymouth tonight as the city hosts the British Firework Championships.
The two day contest is held at the Hoe, with entertainment starting just after 6 and the displays at 9.30. Last year, bad weather meant the Champion of Champions contest competition had to be cancelled.
The Champion of Champions competition was postponed in the interests of fairness.