Winning photograph by Andrew Kerr: Luxor, Egypt: As soon as the balloons came close to landing the local children started following them. The juxtaposition of ancient animal transport and modern tourist balloon a few feet away was too good to miss. It was an awkward shot as I was in a balloon myself, but for a second or two everything was in the right position. Bucketlist, Airballoon, Buckets Lists, Hotair, Air Balloon Riding, Red Balloon, Luxor Egypt, Hot Air Balloons, Red Hot
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