Kohala Archaeological Site - Kite Aerial (KAP)

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tbenedict

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The Kohala Coast of the Big Island of Hawai`i is peppered with protected historical sites. And yet as you walk through the aera, you see countless survey markers from developers parceling out the land. Some even fall inside the sites themselves! It's a sobering reminder of how quickly hundreds or thousands of years of history can be obliterated by a single bulldozer.

Luckily steps are being taken to protect the sites on the Kohala Coast, so hopefully views like these will not also be a matter of historical record.

Equipment Used:
Kite - Fled
Line - #100 braided dacron
Rig - Brooks BBKK
Camera - Canon A650IS
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Photos 444
Date Created 4/12/2009
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sir_ivar Over 1 year ago
Very sweet. I'm impressed with the number of photos. Wow. Great work!
tbenedict Over 1 year ago
I'm just glad they all synthed cleanly.

I'm going to be doing a lot more KAP over the next week and a half, so hopefully some new synths will be coming down the pipe.
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