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Elevator to heaven
Switzerland

Rhine Valley of Saint Gall, Switzerland, view to Saentis, Bodensee, Austria and Principality of Liechtenstein.


Slow-fly trip over the mountains of switzerland

Sorry for the bad guy face. I had fear about my equipment and it's unusual to see myself on a panorama. I've forgotten to smile. It was also my first take off with a hot-air balloon, the next try will be more professional. Maybe I'll install a 3m long telescope downward or horizontal outside. Anyway, it was a amazing trip and i felt like a free bird with GPS support.

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Copyright: Marc gruber
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Caricate: 31/08/2009
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