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    Another shot of the Bournemouth Eye helium balloon. I have still yet to go up in it! ;)

    1. angry marble [deleted] 73 months ago | reply

      Beautifully framed....you'd get some good shots from up in it, I imagine!
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    2. auroradawn61 73 months ago | reply

      such beautiful light...I've never been up in it either (scared of heights!)

    3. Reinardina 73 months ago | reply

      Don't think I'd ever want to try!

    4. AreKev 73 months ago | reply

      I would love to go up in this balloon..... Fabulous shot !!

    5. enthusiastic show [deleted] 73 months ago | reply

      Well. I think, I'd be in there!

    6. John Oram 73 months ago | reply

      I've done it. I think it is worth the effort and the money. I am scared of (non-enclosed) heights too but there is enough mesh to keep most of us from panicking too much.

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    8. PeterChinnock 73 months ago | reply

      One in Berlin but we never got to go on it as it was too windy! :(

    9. Anne (2016) 73 months ago | reply

      A perfectly positioned balloon and I love the light on the building!

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