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Tuesday, 30 November 2004
Field of Hope

Master Park

Here’s another photo of Master Park, taken yesterday afternoon. The three young people (small figures in top right of the picture above) were playing with a toy helicopter, which was an uncontrolled model capable of taking off, flying about 100 metres, and crashing. Here they set the helicopter up for take off:
Master Park

Then it took off and flew three-quarters of the length of the football field. The engine stalled and it fell towards the ground:
Master Park

One of the ‘pilots’ came to retrieve the helicopter and took it back to the others where they started again.
Master Park

It was cold yesterday. The temperature was about 7 degrees at midday when I took these photos. As you can see it was also rather a dull day.

Posted by bigblue on 30/11/2004 at 12:50 AM
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