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A Free Flight, observing the horizon for 24 hours
Netherlands

Reaching the final stage of our 24-hour horizon observation as the sun sets, exploring the theme of effortlessness. What is put in motion when you bring yourself to a standstill?

This Free Flight was organised by Bruno van den Elshout en Lie van Schelven.

Flight partners: Jean-Michel Midde, Mario van Megen, Robbert Bakker, Carla Trappenburg, Saskia op de Weegh, Andre Meiressonne, Marlies Zwanenburg, joined during various stages of the journey by Roelof de Vries, Sanne Lenoir, Bart van Geyt, Milda Navickyte & Anne van Uffelen. Flight reports forthcoming via https://www.facebook.com/events/296448623825219/?fref=ts. Please also visit http://www.2012-newhorizons.com


Location: The Hague - NL Date: Sun 22 Sep 2013, 00:00 - 00:00 

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Tags: nature; beach; meditation; art; silence; people
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