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Hot Air Balloon after landing
England
After the first aborted attempt to land, due to too many horses, and missing a nice school playing field with an open gate, we finally came down with a bump in this freshly harvested field. The ballon is quickly gathered up ready to be packed back in to a bag that looks far too small!
Copyright: Matt wellard
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Tags: virgin; hot; air; balloon; basingstoke; hampshire; flight; landed
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