KAP 2008-43: The Citadel, Halifax, Nova Scotia – August 1, 2008

The Citadel was my second stop to KAP on my one day visit to Halifax. Light was poor, but when you are only in town for one day and the wind is good, then you do what you can.

These images were created by suspending a camera in a remote-controlled rig on a kite line. The technique is called Kite Aerial Photography (KAP).

The Citadel, Halifax and Halifax Harbour in Halifax, Nova Scotia. This photograph was taken using kite aerial photography.
The Citadel, Halifax and Halifax Harbour in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Halifax and Halifax Harbour in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Halifax and Halifax Harbour in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

A view from high over the Citadel in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Halifax Commons or Common. Baseball fields, tennis courts, playgrounds and the venue for some of the larger open-air concerts in Halifax.
A view from high over the Citadel in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Halifax Commons or Common. Baseball fields, tennis courts, playgrounds and the venue for some of the larger open-air concerts in Halifax.

Abstract, overhead view of roads on Citadel Hill in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Citadel wall juts into the top of the picture.
Abstract, overhead view of roads on Citadel Hill in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Citadel wall juts into the top of the picture.

CBC building, Lord Nelson Hotel, across from the park in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
CBC building, Lord Nelson Hotel, across from the park and adjacent to the Citadel in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

You can see additional pictures from my KAP 2008-43 outing in the Kite Aerial Photography Gallery about the Citadel in Halifax, Nova Scotia on my Rob Huntley Photography website.