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KAP Jasa

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  • Favorite Kite(s)
    Rokkaku, Delta, Royal 69 sled, French millitary
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    June 2017
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    Kite aerial photography - taking photos from the air in a natural, organic and gluten-free style: with a kite

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  1. Here are some kite aerial shots of Ormož Basins Nature Reserve, an important bird sancutary in Prlekija region of Slovenia. Please read a sweet story about nature conservationists and heavy agroindustry working together to preserve a truly special ecosystem!
  2. Right at the edge of Ljubljana city centre there is a vast and beautiful park called Tivoli. Click and see how this enchanting place looks from a kite - and learn more about its interesting history! 😉
  3. Have to share this ... Ljubljana, capital of Slovenia, as seen from a kite: https://kapjasa.wixsite.com/kap-jasa/single-post/2019/03/11/Ljubljana-Beloved
  4. Iška Moor nature reserve is one of the finest examples of damp, marshy grasslands in Slovenia. The eastern part of the reserve was overgrown and is in the process of meadow restoration since 1998. The old meandering channel of river Iška is clearly visible from the air, despite being silted up since melioration in the late 18th century. All kite aerial photos shot with Nikon P330 on a Royal 69 sled kite. See the full report and more kite aerial photos of this fantastic place at our KAP website!
  5. Hello everyone!We flew our kite above a most intriguing archaeological site - 6.000 years old pile dwellings in Ljubljana Marshes, Slovenia, part of UNESCO World Heritage.You can read more about the fascinating finds and the life on the lake thousands of years ago on our KAP website 🙂
  6. Well, we've found some strange circles in our kite aerial photos and decided to investigate ... And then many things happened: a rogue kite was flying alone, the circles were not what we thought they were, and a piece of ancient pottery was found. Did our kite really discover an Iron Age settlement? Please, check the full story on our KAP website... it's a bit of a long read, but is interesting, I promise 😉
  7. Hi all! Exactly one year ago we first let our blue Rokkaku fly with a camera suspended from it. We had so much fun flying, experimenting, learning ... It was a great year and we've compiled an article on Medium about kite aerial photography in general, with some thoughts, personal experiences, tips - and a lot of photos - hoping to inspire and popularize KAP. Every comment, suggestion - and critique - is gretly appreciated ... 😉
  8. Well, maybe you should try 😉 ... It's so much fun and so interesting at the same time!
  9. Ljubljana Marshes and Ljubljanica river flowing through it are a very important archaeological site in Slovenia. We flew our kite above the place where a Roman boundary stone was found, resolving the question of administrative location of Colonia Iulia Emona (precursor of today's Ljubljana) within the Roman Empire.The whole story is on our KAP website ... 😉
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