View hundreds of balloons after take off.
Catch "Airabelle" as she takes off and you'll hear the roar of the crowd.
Cluster of Balloons.
The "Bee" Balloons Kiss after take off.
Each year the Balloon Fiesta offers a great variety of balloons, you won't find two alike.
Come see the balloons or shop under the tents.
Don't miss the lift off of the special shapes event.
Follow the crowds to the special shape balloons.
Special shapes may take longer to inflate, but once up they light the sky.
Who needs a hotel? Just park out near Balloon Fiesta Park to watch the balloons take off.
Don't forget your camera, there will be hundreds of shots to choose from.
View a "touch and go" on the Rio Grande River.
With New Mexico's skies you can see them from just about anywhere.
Take a ride in a balloon and you'll see New Mexico's beautiful scenery.
While setting up a balloon, take a look inside!
Great weather makes for a great balloon ride
View hundreds at a time.
The balloon glow is in the evenings featuring hundreds of grounded balloons that light up simultaneously.
Watch the balloons take off from Balloon Fiesta Park.
Balloons flying with the Sandia Mountains as a backdrop.
Aerial view from Balloon Fiesta Park.
Balloons flying over the Rio Grande River.
Balloons inflate at Balloon Fiesta Park at sunrise.
More than 700 balloons fly during a mass ascension.
The Balloon Glow is a nighttime event - balloons stay grounded and are lit simultaneously.
Help set up a balloon before you ride.
Participate in setting up balloons.
Visitors set up balloons before a ride.
Adobe wall, balloon and Sandia Mountain.
Hot air balloon in the shape of a chile ristra.
Sunrise balloon silhouette.
Ballooning is a popular year-round sport in Albuquerque.
The New Mexico Zia sun symbol (State Flag) balloon over the Rio Grande Valley.
Balloons travel over the Rio Grande.
Two children with energizer bunny ears watch the balloons lift off.