Aerial Anchorage Research, Palma

Justifying spontaneous adventure can be hard sometimes. So make up an excuse.

With one door removed to keep us from boiling over in a bubble of perspex we climbed into the mountainous Western coast of the Mallorca to spot some good anchorages for the next time the boss is on board…or so I told myself.

The GoPro joined for the trip…

Mallorca from a helicopter is not to be missed.

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