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Balloons over Bristol

A crew member prepares a hot air balloon before a tethered flight at the Bristol International Balloon fiesta in south west England, Britain, August 10, 2018. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

A crew member prepares a hot air balloon before a tethered flight at the Bristol International Balloon fiesta in south west England, Britain, August 10, 2018. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

A crew member prepares a hot air balloon before a tethered flight at the Bristol International Balloon fiesta in south west England, Britain, August 10, 2018. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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A hot air balloon in the shape of children's comic Rupert Bear is seen tethered. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

A hot air balloon in the shape of children's comic Rupert Bear is seen tethered. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

A hot air balloon in the shape of children's comic Rupert Bear is seen tethered. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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Hot air balloons are seen during a tethered flight. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Hot air balloons are seen during a tethered flight. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Hot air balloons are seen during a tethered flight. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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A crew member prepares a hot air balloon before a tethered flight. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

A crew member prepares a hot air balloon before a tethered flight. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

A crew member prepares a hot air balloon before a tethered flight. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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Hot air balloons are seen during a tethered flight. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Hot air balloons are seen during a tethered flight. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Hot air balloons are seen during a tethered flight. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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A hot air balloon is seen during a tethered flight. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

A hot air balloon is seen during a tethered flight. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

A hot air balloon is seen during a tethered flight. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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Crew members inflate a balloon during a tethered flight. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Crew members inflate a balloon during a tethered flight. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Crew members inflate a balloon during a tethered flight. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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A hot air balloon is seen during a tethered flight. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

A hot air balloon is seen during a tethered flight. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

A hot air balloon is seen during a tethered flight. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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A hot air balloon in the shape of children's comic Rupert Bear is seen tethered. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

A hot air balloon in the shape of children's comic Rupert Bear is seen tethered. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

A hot air balloon in the shape of children's comic Rupert Bear is seen tethered. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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Balloons are illuminated by their burners during the 'Night Glow' display. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Balloons are illuminated by their burners during the 'Night Glow' display. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Balloons are illuminated by their burners during the 'Night Glow' display. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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