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Sparling Kites Photo Gallery

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Welcome to the Sparling Kites Photo Gallery! Please click on the thumbnails for larger images.

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{Barrel} What happens when several big kite fliers get together and play
{Barrel} The new toy - the largest barrel in the US - Photo by Bob Hogan
{Barrel} Another view of the new toy - Photo by Richard Amirault
{Barrel} And another - Photo by Ralph Reed
The first flight of the new Giant Barrel
Yes it is attached to a garbage truck
The first flight of the new Giant Barrel
The Giant Barrel at Grand Haven
The Giant Barrel at Grand Haven
The Giant Barrel at Grand Haven
The Giant Barrel at Grand Haven
The Giant Barrel at Grand Haven
{Octopus} The Peter Lynn Octopus
{Trilobite} And the Trilobite
{Trilobite} The Trilobite launching
{Sport Octopus} The Octopus as a sport kite, a really BIG sport kite. At the Portsmouth International Kite Festival. Photo courtesy of www.aeolian.co.uk
{Sport Octopus} The Trilobite as a backdrop to the Raymond kite. At the Portsmouth International Kite Festival. Photo courtesy of www.aeolian.co.uk
{Trilo and Gecko} My Trilo and David Gomberg's Gecko at Berkley. That is a stabilizing line, not the flying line.
{Grand Haven 2001} Me, in front of David Gomberg's Octopus and Squid and my Octopus and Trilobite. Grand Haven 2001
{Grand Haven 2000} Grand Haven 2000, Dave Gomberg's Trilo and Fugu
{Wildwood 2001} Wildwood 2001, The Peter Lynn kites of David Gomberg, Pete Dolphin, Gary Engvall, Kevin Shannon and myself
{Crowns} The Crown Bols at the DeBolt Fly in Indiana
{Bulldog Foil} The Bulldog foil, our high wind backup kite
{Ghost Delta} The Ghost Delta, a great light wind and night fly kite
{Super Genki} The Super Genki, another great light wind alternative
{The Hat} Ok, so my hats a little strange.
{The bunny Hat} Well, this one is even stranger at the Lisle Eyes to the Sky Festival. Photo by David Zavell.
{Resting} If the wind cooperates, this is an easy job! Photo by Dan Whitney
{Resting} My Trilobite and David's Fugu caught in a wind gust. Photo by Dan Whitney
{3 Octopoda} Three Octopoda, all in a row! Photo by Dan Whitney
{four Octopoda} Whoops! Make that four Octopoda all in a row! Photo by Dan Whitney
{Trilobite and gecko} The Trilobite and David's Gecko. Photo by Dan Whitney
{Trilobite} He looks hungry! Photo by Dan Whitney
{Resting} Can't an Octopus get any privacy? Photo by Dan Whitney

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Last Updated: 08/04/01
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