13 Russian Winter Air-Baloon Flight

Russian Winter Air-Baloon Flight

Posted on February 15, 2011 by team

Air-balloon flight can undoubtedly be an amazing experience for everyone who doesn’t have bad head of heights and enjoys breathtaking perspectives. But this flight is quite an unusual one – not every day you can observe Russian winter from 350-meter-height.

For those who don’t know – the principle of air-balloon’s operation is based on hot air. In the picture you can see the specific device, which brings a balloon into action.

Almost ready…

…and finally the balloon gets off the ground!


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13 Responses to “Russian Winter Air-Baloon Flight”

  1. w says:


    • Dalenbourg says:

      Camel-Birds, the mightiest of the load bearing animals!

    • Archy Bunka says:

      A. Bunka here.

      Many languages call the Ostrich something pertaining to “camel”. I think it comes from their middle eastern origins.

      In the good old US of A they are called Struds.

    • Ivan says:

      It´s pritty popular and profitable to have camel birds (ave struds) in the farms now.
      There are more and more farms that are didicated to grow camel birds in russian agriculture now, they sell their eggs.

  2. Musa says:

    Beautiful. . .

  3. testicules says:

    Yes. Let’s glorify a mass murderer.

  4. Votre pays est etonnante. Salutations a tous les gens qui aime ecrit dans I’ordinateur. J’espere que vous avez une belle journee.

  5. Explosive ejculation says:

    Nice dachas!

  6. David says:

    very nice. was this trip taken by owners of english russia?

  7. Matlok says:

    The dude in the first 2 or 3 photos, has some cool valenki on his feet!

  8. testicules says:

    Don’t criticize Che or your comments will need to be moderated. He is a mass murderer though. Moderate that truth. It is undeniable.

  9. Airborne says:

    Nice post of beautiful countryside, but the balloon continues the romanticization of a spoiled rich kid who grew up to be a sadisitic, brutal executioner and failure at the one professional-level job he was ever asked to perform.

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