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Old 8th July 2011
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Re: Hot air

Very impressive, well done.

I'm inclined to ask about how you took it, except I fear the answer would begin

1 - Unroll your hot air balloon................

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Re: Hot air

Thanks for the question Nick. I was up in the air at this stage. For this particular shot I had the E410 on a tight wrist strap and held it out sideways at arms length to get the angle. The view was taken by feel rather than sight!! It seemed to work and I have others like it from slightly different angles looking directly up into the body of the balloon. Great experience. Cheers Peter N.
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