Finally back in the air!

Well, that’s not quite true, to be honest – we launched a cool kite project that will be the subject of the next post – but our last KAP session was on April 2nd … and we were experiencing severe withdrawal syndroms.

It was an unpretentious, nice, cozy little KAP session on Ljubljana Marshes; the good old Picavet with the good old Canon A810 on it carried to the sky by the good old blue Rokkaku …

And it was so relaxing. The wind was perfect, a cool and very gentlemanlike alder tree helped holding the kite line, and the Marshes were wearing that specific late spring green palette.

River Ižica – the subject of so many of our KAP sessions and the guardian of prehistoric pile-dwellings – flowed blissfuly unaware of the UFO above it ..

The fields are tilled, waiting for the seeds to burst up …

This land has seen climate changes, civilizations rise and fall, devastating wars, crippling pandemics … what is one more for it?

It felt good to be back; to fly the kite again, to set the camera and attach the Picavet …

Kite aerial photography is … amazing 🙂

All kite aerial photos shot with Canon A810 on a Rokkaku kite.

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