September 18, 2021 22:58


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Category: AERIALIS Kites

Some say that kite aerial photography is best when the sun is shining. I can agree to that, but it's not too bad playing around when it's overcast either!
In this post I'll give you the final video from the NKM2021/Rømø Kite Festival. And it's time to take you on a quick trip behind the scenes!
Do you remember the Black Edge kite I made about a year ago? Off course it was in the kite bag for the NKM and I got to fly it as well!
On the Friday, the wind came in from the sea, quite blustery it was and a few Danes brought out the perfect kites for flying in the windy conditions.
A major change in the weather is forecasted. From warm, dry and sunny to colder, wet and cloudy. So it was time to go flying catching the remains of what was left of the summer.
Sure, Denmark is great for flying kites but Norway isn't too bad either. So today on this absolutely super September afternoon I was out flying on one of the local beaches.
Once again the Danish Kite Association hosted the Rømø Kite Festival in the first weekend of September. Here is what a kite festival can look like!
In another recent post I was telling you a little more on the Three Dee kite I've experimented with. Here is some more on that weird(?) kite!
When the wind picks up you can of course go for an A-Quad Storm. But an A-Quad Hardcore is definitely not a bad choice either!
What a coincidence! The NKM2021 and the Rømø Kite Festival is taking place simultaneously!
A couple of weeks ago I let you all in on this little project of mine; adding a 3D shape to the sail on one of my quads.
As you might know, Anders has developed another version of the A-Quad, the A-Quad Storm. As its name implies, this is a kite for those really blustery days!

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