The first weekend of the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is always very crowded. For that reason I usually go later in the week. On Sunday the balloons came to my house.
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Super pictures Linda. I’ve never seen so many balloons! How did your doggies cope with them ‘coming to your house’?
Thanks Lisa. We have 500 + at the Balloon Fiesta this year. It’s a lovely sight! The doggies are very busy barking at the colorful intruders.🙂
I love your balloon posts! So colorful & cheerful!
Glad you found time to have fun🙂
Thanks Cindy. I hope to have more before the end of the week. Unfortunately the weather is deteriorating. The situation is iffy.
These are great Linda!
Happy you like them. I love your air show photos from this morning!
Lucky lady! What a great show, and from the comfort of your own home. Thanks for sharing all the gorgeous pictures.
I know I’m fortunate that they come to my house so often. I can see the fireworks from my house too.🙂
Nice. No holes in any from the pups?
Thanks Kerry. If they could jump just a little higher I’m sure there would be holes!
I spent the evening enjoying all your beautiful photos. You are very knowledgeable! I really enjoyed reading the proper names for so many plants and bugs that I have seen all my life but never learned the names of. You are a really great photographer. What kind of camera do you use? You can answer on the Remembering Roswell site if you want. This is Emma Beverage by the way.
Hi Emma, and thanks for reading my blog. I’m very pleased to have you as a reader! If you’re interested in birds you might check out my birding blog at http://photofeathers.wordpress.com/
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