For years the city of Albuquerque in New Mexico has hosted an annual hot air balloon festival. This year 750 hot air balloons were taking part of this event and here is an awesome time lapse video, giving us a good look at how it all looked.
Knate Myers, the mastermind this video writes:
Every year the city of Albuquerque host the largest hot air balloon event in the world, the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.
Each morning begins very early as a group of 6-12 hot air balloons known as Dawn Patrol, ascent into the deep blue sky before sunrise. These skilled pilots test wind and weather conditions as other pilots and crew begin to lay out hundreds of balloons across the field.
Just a dawn begins to break, the next wave of balloons begin to lift off. When the sun rises above the Sandia Mountains it simultaneously fills the morning with beautiful light as the balloons fill the sky with color. The next 60-90 minutes are a great mix of fun and chaos as several hundred more balloons lift off, wave after wave.