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The London-based advertising photographer had gone to the produce market looking for objects to shoot in a still life. But the fungus caught his eye for another reason. Kite Aerial Photography - Guernsey. KAP (or kite aerial photography to give it its full name) was first introduced to me back in the summer of 2005 when a friend and work colleague pointed me in the direction of Flickr and a gentleman named Lenny.
I first met up with Lenny in Dec 05 who gave me a fine demo of what KAP is all about with 2 of his homemade kites. Then there was a lengthy pause while I got sidetracked. In the summer of 2008 I finally joined the very small worldwide KAPing community. Armed with Lenny’s FlowForm25 (my kite was on order and delayed) and my new camera ‘rig’ I took my first pictures on 11 August at Fort Le Marchant in Guernsey and the rest is history.