Special Shapes for the Birds

While all of the balloons are beautiful to see, I am personally fond of the special shapes ones.  Before attending this event I think I had seen maybe one or two special shape balloons ever, so when I saw the large number and style of them here I was blown away – pun not intended.  The special shape mass ascension days are the most popular with the children and we who enjoy them with just as much excitement.  Today I will show you some of the special shape balloons that were for the birds 😉   The first photo is one of some of the other special shape balloons on the ground awaiting their turn to launch.  I like this photo because it seems to convey the feeling that the balloons are in line saying “Is it my turn yet?”

In order we have these balloons:

Yellow Bird from Florida with Angry Birds from New Mexico peeking out from behind; they are ignoring that cat.   Owlbert Einstein from Arizona getting the side eye from Whooz’up from Utah.  Pegleg Pete from Illinois and Brazilian Birds from Sao Paulo next to Hummingbird from New Mexico with Whooz’up in the background.

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Fine art photographer who loves to see and capture the amazing things in this world. Owner of Images by TDashfield photography. www.imagesbytdashfield.com
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10 Responses to Special Shapes for the Birds

  1. Lignum Draco says:

    Fantastic and colourful designs. Of course there had to an angry bird. Pegleg Pete is awesome. 🙂

  2. Timothy Price says:

    Those birds are sure full of hot air. I think they needed a “Rockin’ Robin” balloon in the mix of special shapes.

  3. That is just amazing. Great images, Teri!

  4. A. Blake says:

    I love Tweety Bird!

  5. ChgoJohn says:

    Simply put, amazing, Teri! Great shots, too!

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