KAP 2008-27: Watts Creek Pathway, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. May 15, 2008.

Watts Creek Pathway is a bicycle path running from Ottawa’s west end to Kanata. These photographs were taken using Kite Aerial Photography (KAP).

Bridge over a creek on Watts Creek Pathway, Ottawa, Ontario.  I'm not even sure if this is the actual Watts Creek; there are several that the bike path crosses. This is the view westward towards Kanata.  This picture was taken from a camera rig suspended below a kite (Kite Aerial Photography - KAP).
Bridge over a creek on Watts Creek Pathway, Ottawa, Ontario. I’m not even sure if this is the actual Watts Creek; there are several that the bike path crosses. This is the view westward towards Kanata.

Closer view of the bridge. This picture was taken from a camera rig suspended below a kite (Kite Aerial Photography - KAP).
Closer view of the bridge.

Railroad tracks cross the bike path. This picture was taken from a camera rig suspended below a kite (Kite Aerial Photography - KAP).
Railroad tracks cross the bike path.

Self portrait of Doug and myself on Watts Creek Pathway, Ottawa, Ontario. Doug was just riding by and discovered me trying desperately to launch the kite in a low wind situation. Obviously we finally succeeded. This picture was taken from a camera rig suspended below a kite (Kite Aerial Photography - KAP).
Self portrait of Doug and myself on Watts Creek Pathway, Ottawa, Ontario. Doug was just riding by and discovered me trying desperately to launch the kite in a low wind situation. Obviously we finally succeeded.

You can see additional pictures from my KAP 2008-27 outing in the Kite Aerial Photography Gallery on my website.

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