Barn on Mill Pond along Waba Creek

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Barn on Mill Pond along Waba Creek

Barn on Mill Pond along Waba Creek

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KAP 2013-17 – Amherst, Nova Scotia – April 23, 2013

Aerial photographof wind turbines near Amherst, Nova Scotia. The Trans-Canada highway runs in front of the turbines. The fields are turf in spring, Maritime Sod Ltd.

Aerial photograph of wind turbines near Amherst, Nova Scotia. The Trans-Canada highway runs in front of the turbines. The fields are turf in spring, Maritime Sod Ltd.

Anyone who has recently travelled to Nova Scotia on the Trans-Canada Highway has seen the wind farm at Amherst, Nova Scotia which is at the border between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. In fact, the Nova Scotia visitor’s centre is a good place for viewing them. I chose to wander the dirt roads on the opposite side of the highway, which is part of the area used by Maritime Sod Ltd. for growing lawn turf. My shots of the turbines are quite distant but benefit from a foreground of rows of sod fields and the trans-canada highway itself. Also, I believe that one or two of my shots actually have all the wind turbines in the image which is another benefit from shooting from afar. I would like to get closer shots someday, and it would be interesting in the summer when the sod has turned green.

Aerial photographof wind turbines near Amherst, Nova Scotia.

Aerial photograph of wind turbines near Amherst, Nova Scotia.

Aerial photograph. Amherst, Nova Scotia. The fields are turf in spring, Maritime Sod Ltd.

Aerial photograph. Amherst, Nova Scotia. The fields are turf in spring, Maritime Sod Ltd.

These photographs were taken using a remote-controlled camera suspended below a kite line (Kite Aerial Photography – KAP).

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Aerial Photograph of Rows of Strawberry Plants

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Aerial photograph of rows of strawberry plants at Shouldice Berry Farm.

Aerial photography taken during a session at Shouldice Berry Farm on Richmond Road in Ottawa.

Aerial photograph of rows of strawberry slants at Shouldice Berry Farm.

Aerial photograph of rows of strawberry slants at Shouldice Berry Farm.

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Aerial view of Highway 416 as it splits to connect with Highway 417 in the west end of Ottawa – Kite Aerial Photography (KAP)

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Aerial view of Highway 416 as it splits to connect with Highway 417 in the west end of Ottawa.

This picture was taken from a camera rig suspended below a kite (Kite Aerial Photography – KAP).

Aerial view of Highway 416 as it splits to connect with Highway 417 in the west end of Ottawa.

Aerial view of Highway 416 as it splits to connect with Highway 417 in the west end of Ottawa.

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KAP 2011-14 – Shouldice Berry Farm – October 27, 2011

Aerial photography taken during a session at Shouldice Berry Farm on Richmond Road in Ottawa.

The objective of this session was to obtain aerial photographs of the junction of Highway 417 and 416. Uncooperative winds, poor light and misjudgement of required gear meant that the results were limited in scope and the lighting was a bit flat. This would be worth of a second attempt in the future. I`d like to get higher and perhaps a bit further away to obtain some shots of the whole junction. Nevertheless I am pretty happy with the results all things considered.

I had very few shots taken after trying my fully remote gear for over an hour. It was not until I put autokap equipment on the line that I managed to get any results at all. I may have had more success with remote controlled gear with my Fled kite. I was using a 6 1/2 foot ROK which required stronger winds which was a misjudgement on my part. I had the Fled in the car and I should have gone for it sooner but when the time came to change gear I knew the light was failing and the return trip to where it was parked would have been a waste of time. Since I had autokap in my bag I quickly changed it and managed about 10 minutes before I lost enough wind for that too. Again, the Fled would have worked better but the light by now was very poor. All of the images in this gallery came from the 10 minutes of autokap.

Ironically, I normally carry more than one kite when venturing far from the car. I blew it this time.

These low-level aerial images were taken from a camera suspended below a kite line (Kite Aerial Photography – KAP).

Aerial view of Highway 416 as it splits to connect with Highway 417 in the west end of Ottawa. Bicycle path in the foreground. Aerial photography taken during a session at Shouldice Berry Farm on Richmond Road in Ottawa.

Aerial view of Highway 416 as it splits to connect with Highway 417 in the west end of Ottawa. Bicycle path in the foreground. Aerial photography taken during a session at Shouldice Berry Farm on Richmond Road in Ottawa.

Aerial photography taken during a session at Shouldice Berry Farm on Richmond Road in Ottawa. The roadside store on Richmond Road can be seen and the pumpkins for sale lining the parking lot. Across the road you can see Queensway Carleton Hospital.

Aerial photography taken during a session at Shouldice Berry Farm on Richmond Road in Ottawa. The roadside store on Richmond Road can be seen and the pumpkins for sale lining the parking lot. Across the road you can see Queensway Carleton Hospital.

You can see additional pictures in the Kite Aerial Photography Gallery – Shouldice Berry Farm – October 27, 2011.

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Autumn Country Sky – Late fall sky while on a hike in the country. Ottawa Valley.

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Autumn Country Sky

Late fall sky while on a hike in the country. Ottawa Valley.

Autumn Country Sky

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Harvested wheat field – Kite Aerial Photography (KAP)

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Wheat field after harvest near Midland, South Dakota (on Hwy 14 about 11 miles south of the Junction with Hwy 34).

This picture was taken from a camera rig suspended below a kite (Kite Aerial Photography – KAP).

Harvested wheat field - Kite Aerial Photography (KAP)

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