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Hot Air Balloon flight over North Hampshire - Inside
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Inside the Basket of a comercial hot Air Balloon flight over North Hampshire. Conditions were perfect for an early morning flight. Quickly accending up and out over Basingstoke before gliding over open fields. an interesting landing but that was half the fun!

Copyright: Matt wellard
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Caricate: 31/05/2012
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