If you’ve been a regular at the festival, you may have noticed the FESTO balloon + blimp staples in the launches. Now I’m not sure if it was around last year (I didn’t go) but this year, it has an upside down twin. From the looks of it, the balloon is unmanned!
Up in the air, you’ll really need to have a second look.
Jayvee Fernandez is a tech enthusiast, EAN certified SCUBA Diver and underwater photographer based in Metro Manila, Philippines. His photos and videos have appeared in various international and local publications including Random House Germany, Discovery Channel Canada, and CNN.
7 replies on “Hot Air Balloon Series II: FESTO’s Upside Down Twin Balloon”
nice..we went to Festo Philippines last Feb. 27 as part of our fieldtrip itenerary
naka sakay ka din ba dyan sir???hehehehe…..swerte ng tao na maka sakay dyan…..wooooh
Nice! Jayvee,dito din ba pumunta si Fitz? Hindi ko alam na ganun din pala ang fascination mo sa sky just like you’re fascinated with the sea. I’m more drawn to the former.
Upside down? How could that be possible?
hi jayvee! nice pics..i went to clark last sunday, too bad the inverted balloon wasn’t there..is it okay if i share this photo in FB? 🙂 i really love it! <3
Thanks Jayvee for posting this..I wasn’t able to go there at Clark but I am very proud for this balloon as Festo employee….love it! 🙂