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BRITAIN/
RTR1LLKL
January 25, 2007
Snow falls on the 12th-century Leeds Castle near Maidstone in Kent, southeast England January 25, 2007....
Maidstone, United Kingdom
Snow falls on Leeds Castle near Maidstone in Kent
Snow falls on the 12th-century Leeds Castle near Maidstone in Kent, southeast England January 25, 2007. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
IRISH
RTRB3P3
September 18, 2004
Britain's Prime Minister Blair and Irish counterpart Ahern hold news conference after Northern Ireland...
London
Britain's Prime Minister Blair and Irish counterpart Ahern hold news conference after Northern Ireland...
Britain's Prime Minister Blair and Irish counterpart Ahern hold news conference after Northern Ireland talks in Kent. Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) and his Irish counterpart Bertie Ahern hold a news conference outside Leeds Castle in Kent, southern England, September 18, 2004. Talks aimed at sealing a lasting peace settlement for Northern Ireland ended without a compromise deal on Saturday despite significant progress on disarming the IRA, Britain and Ireland said. REUTERS/Leon Neal
IRISH
RTRB3NX
September 18, 2004
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams answers questions from journalists outside Leeds Castle in Kent, southern...
London
Sinn Fein president Adams answers questions from journalists after Northern Ireland talks in Kent.
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams answers questions from journalists outside Leeds Castle in Kent, southern England, September 18, 2004. Talks aimed at sealing a lasting peace settlement for Northern Ireland ended without a compromise deal on Saturday despite significant progress on disarming the IRA, Britain and Ireland said. REUTERS/Leon Neal ASA/dbp
IRISH
RTRB3NP
September 18, 2004
Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams (L) and chief negotiator Martin McGuinness answer questions from journalists...
London
Sinn Fein president Adams answers questions from journalists after Northern Ireland talks in Kent.
Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams (L) and chief negotiator Martin McGuinness answer questions from journalists outside Leeds Castle in Kent, southern England, September 18, 2004. Talks aimed at sealing a lasting peace settlement for Northern Ireland ended without a compromise deal on Saturday despite significant progress on disarming the IRA, Britain and Ireland said. REUTERS/Leon Neal ASA/WS
IRISH
RTRB3NH
September 18, 2004
Ireland's Taoiseach Bertie Ahern answers questions from journalists outside Leeds Castle in Kent, southern...
London
Ireland's Taoiseach Ahern holds news conference after Northern Ireland talks in Kent.
Ireland's Taoiseach Bertie Ahern answers questions from journalists outside Leeds Castle in Kent, southern England, September 18, 2004. Talks aimed at sealing a lasting peace settlement for Northern Ireland ended without a compromise deal on Saturday despite significant progress on disarming the IRA, Britain and Ireland said. REUTERS/Leon Neal ASA/WS
IRISH
RTRB3MX
September 18, 2004
Leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), Ian Paisley, answers questions from journalists...
London
DUP leader Paisley answers questions from journalists after Northern Ireland talks in Kent.
Leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), Ian Paisley, answers questions from journalists outside Leeds Castle in Kent, southern England, September 18, 2004. Talks aimed at sealing a lasting peace settlement for Northern Ireland ended without a compromise deal on Saturday despite significant progress on disarming the IRA, Britain and Ireland said. REUTERS/Leon Neal ASA/WS
IRISH
RTRB3KP
September 18, 2004
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams answers questions from journalists outside Leeds Castle in Kent, southern...
London
Sinn Fein president Adams answers questions from journalists after Northern Ireland talks in Kent.
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams answers questions from journalists outside Leeds Castle in Kent, southern England, September 18, 2004. Talks aimed at sealing a lasting peace settlement for Northern Ireland ended without a compromise deal on Saturday despite significant progress on disarming the IRA, Britain and Ireland said. REUTERS/Leon Neal ASA/AA
IRISH
RTRB3F4
September 18, 2004
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair answers questions from journalists outside Leeds Castle in Kent,...
London
Britain's Prime Minister Blair answers questions from journalists after Northern Ireland talks in Kent....
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair answers questions from journalists outside Leeds Castle in Kent, southern England, September 18, 2004. Talks aimed at sealing a lasting peace settlement for Northern Ireland ended without a compromise deal on Saturday despite significant progress on disarming the IRA, Britain and Ireland said. REUTERS/Leon Neal ASA/THI
IRISH
RTRB3ER
September 18, 2004
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair answers questions from journalists outside Leeds Castle in Kent,...
London
Britain's Prime Minister Blair answers questions from journalists after Northern Ireland talks in Kent....
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair answers questions from journalists outside Leeds Castle in Kent, southern England, September 18, 2004. Talks aimed at sealing a lasting peace settlement for Northern Ireland ended without a compromise deal on Saturday despite significant progress on disarming the IRA, Britain and Ireland said. REUTERS/Leon Neal ASA/THI
IRISH
RTRB3EC
September 18, 2004
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair answers questions from journalists outside Leeds Castle in Kent,...
London
Britain's Prime Minister Blair answers questions from journalists after Northern Ireland talks in Kent....
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair answers questions from journalists outside Leeds Castle in Kent, southern England, September 18, 2004. Talks aimed at sealing a lasting peace settlement for Northern Ireland ended without a compromise deal on Saturday despite significant progress on disarming the IRA, Britain and Ireland said. REUTERS/Leon Neal ASA/THI
IRISH
RTRB3CP
September 18, 2004
Britain's Prime Minister Blair and Irish counterpart Ahern hold news conference after Northern Ireland...
London
Britain's Prime Minister Blair and Irish counterpart Ahern hold news conference after Northern Ireland...
Britain's Prime Minister Blair and Irish counterpart Ahern hold news conference after Northern Ireland talks in Kent. Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) and his Irish counterpart Bertie Ahern hold a news conference outside Leeds Castle in Kent, southern England, September 18, 2004. Talks aimed at sealing a lasting peace settlement for Northern Ireland ended without a compromise deal on Saturday despite significant progress on disarming the IRA, Britain and Ireland said. REUTERS/Leon Neal
FORD
RTXMY7V
September 16, 2004
Leader of the Alliance Party, David Ford, speaks to the media before the start of negotiations on the...
London, UK
Leader of the Alliance Party, David Ford, speaks to the media before the start of negotiations on th.....
Leader of the Alliance Party, David Ford, speaks to the media before the start of negotiations on the Good Friday peace accord at Leeds Castle in Kent in southern England, September 16, 2004. Northern Ireland's political leaders start make-or-break talks on Thursday aimed at reviving the 1998 peace accord which effectively ended 30 years of sectarian violence in the British province.
TRIMBLE
RTXMY7U
September 16, 2004
Leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, David Trimble, speaks to the [media] before the start of negotiations...
London, UK
Leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, David Trimble, speaks to the [media] before the start of negoti.....
Leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, David Trimble, speaks to the [media] before the start of negotiations on the Good Friday peace accord at Leeds Castle in Kent in southern England, September 16, 2004. Northern Ireland's political leaders start their make-or-break talks on Thursday aimed at reviving the 1998 peace accord which effectively ended 30 years of sectarian violence in the British province.
IRISH
RTR15B27
September 16, 2004
Leader of Ulster Unionist party Trimble speaks to media before Northern Ireland peace negotiations in...
London, UK
Leader of Ulster Unionist party Trimble speaks to media before Northern Ireland peace negotiations in...
Leader of Ulster Unionist party Trimble speaks to media before Northern Ireland peace negotiations in southern England. Leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, David Trimble, speaks to the media before the start of negotiations on the Good Friday peace accord at Leeds Castle in Kent in southern England, September 16, 2004. Northern Ireland's political leaders start their make-or-break talks on Thursday aimed at reviving the 1998 peace accord which effectively ended 30 years of sectarian violence in the British province. REUTERS/David Bebber
BRITAIN
RTRAYUY
September 16, 2004
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair attends a news conference at Leeds Castle in Kent, southern England,...
London, UK
Britain's Prime Minister Blair attends news conference at Leeds Castle in Kent.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair attends a news conference at Leeds Castle in Kent, southern England, September 16, 2004. Talks aimed at forging a new peace deal in Northern Ireland opened with a hint of acrimony on Thursday as the main Catholic party arrived with a bug it said had been planted at its offices by British spies. REUTERS/David Bebber BEB/DW/dbp
BRITAIN
RTRAYRR
September 16, 2004
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair arrives at Leeds Castle in Kent, southern England, September 16,...
London, UK
Britain's Prime Minister Blair arrives at Leeds Castle in Kent.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair arrives at Leeds Castle in Kent, southern England, September 16, 2004 for talks aimed at forging a new peace deal in Northern Ireland. The talks opened with a hint of acrimony on Thursday as the main Catholic party arrived with a bug it said had been planted at its offices by British spies. REUTERS/David Bebber BEB/DW/MD
BRITAIN
RTRAYR4
September 16, 2004
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) and his Irish counterpart Bertie Ahern speak at a news conference...
London, UK
Britain's Prime Minister Blair and Irish counterpart Ahern speak at news conference near Leeds Castle....
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) and his Irish counterpart Bertie Ahern speak at a news conference outside Leeds Castle in Kent, southern England, September 16, 2004. Talks aimed at forging a new peace deal in Northern Ireland opened with a hint of acrimony on Thursday as the main Catholic party arrived with a bug it said had been planted at its offices by British spies. REUTERS/David Bebber BEB/MD
BRITAIN
RTRAYQY
September 16, 2004
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) and his Irish counterpart Bertie Ahern arrive at Leeds Castle...
London, UK
Britain's Prime Minister Blair and his Irish counterpart Ahern arrive at Leeds Castle in Kent.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) and his Irish counterpart Bertie Ahern arrive at Leeds Castle in Kent, southern England, September 16, 2004. Talks aimed at forging a new peace deal in Northern Ireland opened with a hint of acrimony on Thursday as the main Catholic party arrived with a bug it said had been planted at its offices by British spies. REUTERS/David Bebber BEB/DW/MD
BRITAIN
RTRAYPO
September 16, 2004
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) and his Irish counterpart Bertie Ahern arrive at Leeds Castle...
London, UK
Britain's Prime Minister Blair and Irish counterpart Ahern arrive at Leeds Castle in Kent.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) and his Irish counterpart Bertie Ahern arrive at Leeds Castle in Kent, southern England, September 16, 2004. Talks aimed at forging a new peace deal in Northern Ireland opened with a hint of acrimony on Thursday as the main Catholic party arrived with a bug it said had been planted at its offices by British spies. REUTERS/David Bebber BEB/MD
IRISH
RTRAXZ1
September 16, 2004
Leader of Northern Ireland's SDLP, Mark Durkan, speaks to the media before the start of negotiations...
London, UK
SDLP leader Durkan speaks to media before Northern Ireland peace negotiations in southern England.
Leader of Northern Ireland's SDLP, Mark Durkan, speaks to the media before the start of negotiations on the Good Friday peace accord at Leeds Castle in Kent in southern England, September 16, 2004. Northern Ireland's political leaders start their make-or-break talks on Thursday aimed at reviving the 1998 peace accord which effectively ended 30 years of sectarian violence in the British province. REUTERS/David Bebber BEB
IRISH
RTRAXYW
September 16, 2004
Leader of the Alliance Party, David Ford, speaks to the media before the start of negotiations on the...
London, UK
Leader of Alliance Party Ford speaks to media before Northern Ireland peace negotiations in southern...
Leader of the Alliance Party, David Ford, speaks to the media before the start of negotiations on the Good Friday peace accord at Leeds Castle in Kent in southern England, September 16, 2004. Northern Ireland's political leaders start make-or-break talks on Thursday aimed at reviving the 1998 peace accord which effectively ended 30 years of sectarian violence in the British province. REUTERS/David Bebber BEB
IRISH
RTRAXWW
September 16, 2004
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams speaks to the media before the start of negotiations on the Good Friday...
London, UK
Sinn Fein president Adams speaks to the media before Northern Ireland peace negotiations in southern...
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams speaks to the media before the start of negotiations on the Good Friday peace accord at Leeds Castle in Kent in southern England, September 16, 2004. Northern Ireland's political leaders start make-or-break talks on Thursday aimed at reviving the 1998 peace accord which effectively ended 30 years of sectarian violence in the British province. REUTERS/David Bebber BEB/JV
BRITAIN
RTRAXSN
September 16, 2004
Armed British policemen stand on duty at a hotel near Leeds Castle, where politicians attending Northern...
London, UK
Armed British policemen stand on duty at a hotel near Leeds Castle before Northern Ireland peace talks....
Armed British policemen stand on duty at a hotel near Leeds Castle, where politicians attending Northern Ireland peace talks gave news conferences, in Kent, southern England, September 16, 2004. Northern Ireland's political leaders start make-or-break talks on Thursday aimed at reviving the 1998 Good Friday peace accord which effectively ended 30 years of sectarian violence in the British province. REUTERS/David Bebber BEB/JV
BRITAIN
RTRAXGC
September 16, 2004
Sinn Fein members display what they claim is a British bugging device found at a Sinn Fein office in...
London, UK
Sinn Fein members display bugging device found at a party office in Belfast.
Sinn Fein members display what they claim is a British bugging device found at a Sinn Fein office in Belfast, at a news conference near Leeds Castle in Kent, southern England, September 16, 2004. The discovery was expected to sour the mood at the opening at the castle on Thursday of negotiations on the Northern Ireland Good Friday peace accord. REUTERS/David Bebber BEB/DL
IRISH
RTRAX7F
September 16, 2004
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams (R) and chief negotiator Martin McGuinness speak to the media before...
London, UK
Sinn Fein president Adams speaks to the media before Northern Ireland peace negotiations in southern...
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams (R) and chief negotiator Martin McGuinness speak to the media before the start of negotiations on the Good Friday peace accord at Leeds Castle in Kent, southern England, September 16, 2004. Northern Ireland's political leaders start their make-or-break talks on Thursday aimed at reviving the 1998 peace accord which effectively ended 30 years of sectarian violence in the British province. REUTERS/David Bebber BEB/DL
IRISH
RTRAX71
September 16, 2004
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams speaks to the media before the start of negotiations on the Good Friday...
London, UK
Sinn Fein president Adams speaks to the media before Northern Ireland peace negotiations in southern...
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams speaks to the media before the start of negotiations on the Good Friday peace accord at Leeds Castle in Kent in southern England, September 16, 2004. Northern Ireland's political leaders start make-or-break talks on Thursday aimed at reviving the 1998 peace accord which effectively ended 30 years of sectarian violence in the British province. REUTERS/David Bebber BEB/DL
BRITAIN
RTRA394
September 06, 2004
Leader of Northern Ireland's Sinn Fein party Gerry Adams arrives at the House of Commons in Westminster,...
London, UK
Leader of Northern Ireland's Sinn Fein party Gerry Adams arrives at Westminster in London.
Leader of Northern Ireland's Sinn Fein party Gerry Adams arrives at the House of Commons in Westminster, London, September 6, 2004. Talks aimed at restoring devolution in Northern Ireland are due to take place at Leeds Castle in Kent next week. REUTERS/Stephen Hird SH/ASA/dbp
BRITAIN
RTRA38E
September 06, 2004
Leader of Northern Ireland's Sinn Fein party Gerry Adams arrives at the House of Commons in Westminster,...
London, UK
Leader of Northern Ireland's Sinn Fein party Gerry Adams arrives at Westminster in London.
Leader of Northern Ireland's Sinn Fein party Gerry Adams arrives at the House of Commons in Westminster, London, September 6, 2004. Talks aimed at restoring devolution in Northern Ireland are due to take place at Leeds Castle in Kent next week. REUTERS/Stephen Hird SH/ASA/acm
BRITAIN
RTROB06
August 31, 2003
British terminal cancer sufferer Jane Tomlinson smiles after completing
the swimming event in a triathlon...
Sherborne, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITISH TERMINAL CANCER SUFFERER JANE TOMLINSON SMILES AFTER COMPLETING
SWIMMING EVENT OF TRIATHLON...
British terminal cancer sufferer Jane Tomlinson smiles after completing
the swimming event in a triathlon competition at Sherborne Castle in
Dorset, August 31, 2003. Tomlinson, aged 38, from Rothwell in Leeds
swam 1.2 miles and will continue throughout the day cyclling 56 miles
followed by a half marathon to raise money for cancer charities.
REUTERS/ Mykel NIcolaou

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BRITAIN
RTR2GFD
August 31, 2003
British terminal cancer sufferer Jane Tomlinson puts on her trainers
during a triathlon at Sherborne...
Sherbourne, United Kingdom of Great Britain
TERMINAL CANCER SUFFERER TOMLINSON PUTS ON TRAINERS DURING THE
TRIATHLON IN DORSET.
British terminal cancer sufferer Jane Tomlinson puts on her trainers
during a triathlon at Sherborne Castle in Dorset south west England,
August 31, 2003. Tomlinson, aged 38, from Rothwell in Leeds swam 1.2
miles and continued throughout the day cycling 56 miles followed by a
half marathon to raise money for cancer charities. REUTERS/Mykel
Nicolaou

MD
BRITAIN
RTR2GEY
August 31, 2003
British terminal cancer sufferer Jane Tomlinson (L) kisses her 6-year-old
son Steven after completing...
Sherbourne, United Kingdom of Great Britain
TERMINAL CANCER SUFFERER TOMLINSON KISSES SON AFTER COMPLETING THE
TRIATHLON IN DORSET.
British terminal cancer sufferer Jane Tomlinson (L) kisses her 6-year-old
son Steven after completing a triathlon at Sherborne Castle in Dorset south
west England, August 31, 2003. Tomlinson, aged 38, from Rothwell in Leeds
swam 1.2 miles and continued throughout the day cycling 56 miles followed by
a half marathon to raise money for cancer charities. REUTERS/Mykel Nicolaou
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MD
BRITAIN
RTR2GDV
August 31, 2003
British terminal cancer sufferer Jane Tomlinson holds her finisher's
medal after completing a triathlon...
Sherbourne, United Kingdom of Great Britain
TERMINAL CANCER SUFFERER TOMLINSON POSES AFTER COMPLETING THE TRIATHLON
IN DORSET.
British terminal cancer sufferer Jane Tomlinson holds her finisher's
medal after completing a triathlon at Sherborne Castle in Dorset south
west England, August 31, 2003. Tomlinson, aged 38, from Rothwell in
Leeds swan 1.2 miles and continued throughout the day cycling 56 miles
followed by a half marathon to raise money for cancer charities.
REUTERS/Mykel Nicolaou

MD
BRITAIN
RTR2GDF
August 31, 2003
British terminal cancer sufferer Jane Tomlinson smiles after completing
the swimming section in a triathlon...
Sherbourne, United Kingdom of Great Britain
TERMINAL CANCER SUFFERER TOMLINSON SMILES AFTER COMPLETING THE SWIMMING
SECTION OF A TRIATHLON.
British terminal cancer sufferer Jane Tomlinson smiles after completing
the swimming section in a triathlon at Sherborne Castle in Dorset south
west England, August 31, 2003. Tomlinson, aged 38, from Rothwell in
Leeds swan 1.2 miles and continued throughout the day cycling 56 miles
followed by a half marathon to raise money for cancer charities.
REUTERS/Mykel Nicolaou

MD
BRITAIN
RTR14KL2
September 07, 2001
A member of the AXA ballooning team goes up to clean the upper part of
the Football Association Challenge...
London, UK
A MEMBER OF THE AXA BALLOONING TEAM CLEANS THE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION
BALLOON.
A member of the AXA ballooning team goes up to clean the upper part of
the Football Association Challenge Cup balloon at Leeds Castle in Kent
September 7, 2001. Leeds Castle Balloon and Vintage Car Festival runs
until September 9th. REUTERS/Natasha-Marie Brown

MC
BRITAIN
RTR14IPN
August 29, 2001
A balloon is reflected in a lake during an early morning flight over
Leeds Castle near Maidstone in...
Maidstone, UK
BALLOON FLIES OVER LEEDS CASTLE NEAR MAIDSTONE IN ENGLAND.
A balloon is reflected in a lake during an early morning flight over
Leeds Castle near Maidstone in Kent, southern England, August 29, 2001.
A balloon festival will take place at the stately home in southern
Britain in September following the lifting of a voluntary ban on
ballooning in the area because of the foot and mouth disease.

FP/PS
BRITAIN
RTRM11D
August 29, 2001
A balloon is reflected in a lake during an early morning flight over
Leeds Castle near Maidstone in...
Maidstone, UK
BALLOONS FLY OVER LEEDS CASTLE, NEAR MAIDSTONE IN ENGLAND.
A balloon is reflected in a lake during an early morning flight over
Leeds Castle near Maidstone in Kent, northern England, August 29, 2001.
A balloon festival will take place at the stately home in southern
Britain in September following the lifting of a voluntary ban on
ballooning in the area because of foot and mouth disease.

FP/PS
SWANS
RTXJXHY
August 22, 2000
A swan stretches in the early morning mist on the lake at Leeds Castle August 22, 2000. Despite freak...
Maidstone, UK
A swan stretches in the early morning mist on the lake at Leeds Castle August 22, 2000. Despite fre.....
A swan stretches in the early morning mist on the lake at Leeds Castle August 22, 2000. Despite freak hail storms and a mini tornado in the north of the country, southern England has recently enjoyed some of its best weather this summer.
BRITAIN
RTXJXCN
August 22, 2000
Hot air balloons fly during a balloon festival at Leeds Castle August 22, 2000. Leeds Castle launched...
LEEDS CASTLE, UK
Hot air balloons fly during a balloon festival at Leeds Castle August 22, 2000. Leeds Castle launche.....
Hot air balloons fly during a balloon festival at Leeds Castle August 22, 2000. Leeds Castle launched its own hot air balloon today ahead of its famous annual ballooning fiesta taking place on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 September.
BRITAIN
RTXJXCM
August 22, 2000
A hot air balloon takes off into the early morning sun during a balloon festival at Leeds Castle August...
LEEDS CASTLE, UK
A hot air balloon takes off into the early morning sun during a balloon festival at Leeds Castle Aug.....
A hot air balloon takes off into the early morning sun during a balloon festival at Leeds Castle August 22, 2000. Leeds Castle launched its own hot air balloon today ahead of its famous annual ballooning fiesta taking place on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 September.
BRITAIN
RTR7HQX
August 22, 2000
A swan stretches in the early morning mist on the lake at Leeds Castle August 22, 2000. Despite freak...
Maidstone, UK
A SWAN STRETCHES IN THE EARLY MORNING MIST.
A swan stretches in the early morning mist on the lake at Leeds Castle August 22, 2000. Despite freak hail storms and a mini tornado in the north of the country, southern England has recently enjoyed some of its best weather this summer.

DJM
BRITAIN
RTR7HPP
August 22, 2000
Hot air balloons fly during a balloon festival at Leeds Castle August 22, 2000. Leeds Castle launched...
Maidstone, UK
HOT AIR BALLOONS FLY OVER LEEDS CASTLE.
Hot air balloons fly during a balloon festival at Leeds Castle August 22, 2000. Leeds Castle launched its own hot air balloon today ahead of its famous annual ballooning fiesta taking place on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 September.

DJM
BRITAIN
RTR7HNW
August 22, 2000
A hot air balloon takes off into the early morning sun during a balloon festival at Leeds Castle August...
Maidstone, UK
A HOT AIR BALLOON TAKES OFF INTO THE SUN AT LEEDS CASTLE.
A hot air balloon takes off into the early morning sun during a balloon festival at Leeds Castle August 22, 2000. Leeds Castle launched its own hot air balloon today ahead of its famous annual ballooning fiesta taking place on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 September.

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