This is Annette Maunder's father and husband watching her ashes explode over Devonport Park in Plymouth.
The 55-year-old lost her battle with cancer last month, but before she died, she came up with the idea for her ashes to be fired into the night.
So her former Royal Marine husband, Gary, 55, arranged for it to happen. He told Metro: "She would have loved it. It’s a good way to send her off. Our 13 years of marriage was the best 13 years of my life. We won the battle but lost the war. She was a keeper."