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Balloon Fiesta 10/09/2010
New Mexico

This was taken at dawn on the second Saturday of the Albuquerque Internation Balloon Fiesta, 2010. The sun was shining on the other side of the valley, but not yet at the balloon park. This created an interesting moment where some of the baloons were illuminated by the sun. I wasn't sure I could finish this picture, but here it is.

Copyright: Ryan Helinski
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Tags: albuquerque; international; hot air balloon; balloon; fiesta; 2010; new mexico
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