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Love Kites – a pair of kites attached by a single long tail

Love Kites – a pair of kites attached by a single long tail. Filmed at the International Kite Festival, in Dieppe, France – october 2008

Couple de cerf-volants deux lignes reunis ensemble par une seule et unique traine, volant en miroir dans le ciel de Dieppe au Festival International de Cerf-volant, qui à lieu tous les deux ans en octobre ( filmé en octobre 2008 )

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2 Responses to “Love Kites – a pair of kites attached by a single long tail”


  1. February 3, 2009 at 10:51 pm

    That’s beautiful. Initial thought was ‘whats the possibility of a tangle?’ Towards the end of the video it became clear that the combination of good piloting plus the tail staying downwind takes care of that! Original concept.

  2. February 4, 2009 at 2:54 pm

    There is a very little posibility of a tangle in the tail because – if it is tangled, this means that the kite lines are also tangled – and this is something you dont what to have because after a certain amount, the kites can not be controlled anymore – so you have to have a leader how gives the orders and do quite simple moves the second kite has to follow in a “miror” mode…

    Not so easy to do – but not so hard either –
    if both people know how to fligh a kite, i guess it’s possible to get nice moves ready in one afternoon


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