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Hello everyone!

We are two kite aerial photography enthusiasts - Janez and Saša -  from Ljubljana, Slovenia.

 

We would like to present you our just-launched, brand new kite aerial photography website!

All our adventures, mishaps, discoveries, stories and beauty from the air in one place, with info on KAP equipment, kite types, rigs and cameras, plus tips on how to do KAP science, and some links. 

Every visit, critique, comment and suggestion is greatly appreciated :-)

 

Thanks and have a nice day!

KAP Jasa

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I visited the website. Very cool. Keep the photos coming. Thank you.

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4 minutes ago, makatakam said:

I visited the website. Very cool. Keep the photos coming. Thank you.

Thanks! :-)

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