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Showing content with the highest reputation since 06/25/2009 in Image Comments

  1. Love the low wind capability of this kite with the deeper belly adding quite a bit of additional sail area.
    3 points
  2. Interestingly enough both of these kites changed owners this weekend.
    2 points
  3. Nice kite. I should get me one of those. 🤪
    1 point
  4. The wind was up and I have never flown a 72", Riff let me try it out and it was sweet, may have to get one at some point.
    1 point
  5. A dramatic painting that happens to be drawn by a camera. For lack of better words, the image almost got a “religious touch”. Interesting angle of the kite just before the actual catch.
    1 point
  6. This is b/w. When the Djinn is in the photo, I use my colour signature and sometimes play around with it. Some photos are kind of "boring" because of the sky, background or something like that. b/w sometimes brings in a bit more tension/atmosphere.
    1 point
  7. There is depth in this image with a nice feeling of presence.
    1 point
  8. Seriously well organized! – Should ensure that none of the essential stuff is forgotten at home. My pre-session organisation is mostly limited to keeping my kite lines etc in a plastic bags: one for short no/low wind quads indoors or street, one for quads on a “proper” field and one for dual lines). The kites to bring I mostly pick on a wind/session basis. How was this roll-up bag made (or is it more of a packing list?)? I like the area for the snack – a small piece of chocolate that can allow one to go on for an hour extra if required. A chocolate bar is also well wrapped to be handled by “muddy field fingers” and during summer hopefully preventing fat stains on the kites in case the chocolate would melt.
    1 point
  9. Some very pretty kites there
    1 point
  10. Like a bit of the air that suddenly decided to rearrange into a kite.
    1 point
  11. This picture exemplifies the old statement.. "You don't know where they've been."
    1 point
  12. Happy you're with the Dark side now Brandon! :D
    1 point
  13. @Paul LaMasters Waiting for conditions. This was a very quick bridle test. (balance and fit) I'm very optimistic this kite will do what I need given the right conditions. It was designed for 15-25 and I think it will really shine in that range..
    1 point
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