I don't drink al-kee-hol, so I'll give y'all a different kind of shots.
Here's a couple more from the Space Shuttle Atlantis liftoff this past Friday evening.
This first shot was the plume of smoke from all the lifting engines to get the shuttle into orbit, taken after Atlantis was out of sight.
As I worked on the above photo, I realized there was a speck on the lower left side of it, so I enlarged to see if it was a plane. It was a sea gull. Cool. This is an enlarged section of the above photo.
In this final shot, I widened the zoom to 18mm (27mm in 35mm film thinking), and when you enlarge it, look in the center of the photograph, low in the sky above the island, you can see the light of Atlantis's engines.
Have a great Sunday, folks.