Saturday, October 20, 2012

Photo: End of balloon flight

The selection of a landing spot is an important part of a balloon flight, of course.  There are not many roads in high desert territory around Sedona.  Out balloons found a landing spot near a Forest Service dirt road where the chase vehicles could reach us.

Of course the end of the balloon flight was followed by a champagne picnic breakfast.

This week we are showing photos of the main temple complex of Bangkok, Thailand on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.


Crazy Tourists said...

Wow!!! I would love to be on that balloon!!! said...

This balloon ride was indeed thoroughly enjoyable. I look forward to more.

Sharon said...

You certainly got some fantastic pictures.

Pat said...

I don't know how they keep the balloon from getting holes when landing in the desert. Love the green/yellow color.

Leif Hagen said...

A beautiful balloon photo, Julie! Reminds me of the Albuquerque air balloon festival we once attended!
Glad to finally catch up with you again!
Kind regards from EAGAN daily photo

Julie said...

Hello Julie

The CDP portal roared back into life this week.
Have you checked to see that your blog is listed?
Who else covers your town, or your region?

Voting for the December Theme Day poll commences Thursday 25th October - this Thursday!
Don't forget, the Theme Day on 1st November is 'The Water's edge.
Now, how to capture the tension on the edge of the water as a dragonfly alights?

The City Daily Photo portal - check it out now!

Thérèse said...

A pretty landing spot near the water... and champagne! Wow!

Stefan Jansson said...

I am yet to fly a balloon. Must be a great way to spend an hour or two. Cool perspective here.

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