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!
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 😉