i agree with chaydaw on the pictures. and i particularly agree on the brown vs clear bottles. like they already said, the keep is that the beer isn't exposed to direct light, so keep them covered up with a towel or something. the brown bottles help to absorb the UV rays. so regardless of the color, keep them out of the light as much as possible.
as for bottle bombs, you shouldn't have any problems provided your beer was done fermenting before bottling. the only way to know for sure is checking the specific gravity (SG) and making sure that it hasn't changed. this then means that all of your fermentable sugars have been used up by the yeasties.
then before bottling, you add a priming sugar (this is a relatively small amount of sugar in comparison to the amount that your malts and other ingredients added when creating the wort). the yeast will convert this to alcohol and CO2, but since it is such a small amount the change in alcohol content will be negligible and will create only a small amount of CO2 which is enough to carbonate your beer.
so, short answer to your question, if you used the proper amount of priming sugar and your beer was done fermenting, you should be ok.