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A Colorful Time-Lapse of the World's Largest Balloon Festival
Jul 07, 2014 | Video by Joel Schat
Every October, Albuquerque is invaded by hundreds of hot-air balloons for the International Balloon Fiesta. They launch into the sky at all hours of the day—some even take flight before sunrise—creating a sight unlike anything else on the planet. This short time-lapse, produced by Roadtrippers, is a vibrant introduction to the nine-day event.