20 Images of Colorful Kites

20 Images of Colorful Kites

Sun, blue skies, a firm summer breeze and colorful kites. They all come together at a perfect summer’s day at the beach. Browsing through Flickr I found some wonderful, warm photographs to remember the warmer days by.


[the only moment we were alone]

Aprenent a volar [Learning to fly]

Sky of the kite runners.

Amazing site -- Hue Festival kite competition


Select Your Kite (: Basant :)

Fly a kite and toss your worries to the wind

International Kite Festival 2008 # 2  国际风筝节

Zip Line Kite

Little girl flying a kite

Postcard  !i




Ocean in the sky ...

... time to fly ...

Simply colourful

Colorful sky

More colours than you can handle

Posted by Marjolein Vegers – I am Dutch, based in Amsterdam and in love with travelling and photography. As a chief editor I also contribute to WritingTravellers.com. And I am addicted to Flickr. More about me and my own photos on my blog.

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  1. WOW

    We have been making kites through the years, but I’ve never seen kites like this.

    they are really beautifull.

    When I see them it brings me joy and I wonder how children will be seeing things like this and on the beach. Because we never let them go up on the beach but somewhere out of the city or on a sportfield.

    I would to know where to buy them.


    July 15, 2012 @ 8:08 am
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    During Maharasankranti people around India fly kites and celebrate the harvest festival in a fitting way. In Gujarat people did make it a big festival and State Government sponsored competitions are taking place. Even foreigners are taking place in the celebrations. However, the danger relating kite flying is too many. First and foremost, know your surroundings and watch where you are going. Tripping and falling can actually result in some rather serious injuries including head trauma and broken bones in the most severe circumstances. Even in the less severe circumstances, bad cuts and sprains are certainly no walk in the park and give you testing time. Know the weather conditions that day before you even bring your kite out. Having your throat slit is statistically very rare, but it obviously has occurred and can occur when flying a kite as evidenced above. If the wind takes hold of your kite and causes it to crash down, it could also cause harm to another person, such as hitting them very hard. This could cause just bruising, or if it hits them in the eye, a very serious and potentially life-threatening injury. Do not fly a kite near power lines because if it gets tangled, electrocution is a possibility. Standard power lines carry thousands of volts of electricity and this can be fatal to a human. If you ever have a kite get away from you and it ends up in power lines, or near one, do not attempt to retrieve it yourself. Instead call the utility company and notify them right away and they will come out and remove it. As you can see, the youth from India who died when kite-flying is not so far-fetched. Granted, we do not see daily—or even monthly—media reports of kite-related deaths, they can and do happen. When you are flying a kite, practice safety to ensure that your next kite-flying adventure remains fun for everyone involved. Safety is of foremost importance when you fly kites. The Manja used in flying kites is sharp one and can cause damage to the human limps and to animals as well. Even when a kite is flying high and in the competition is cut by another kite, then remaining thread of Manja along with the kite drag around the busy streets of Metro and at times cross the railway lines and the children without knowing the danger lurking round them try to go behind the kite and the falling thread and face accidents as well. It is better to take all precautions rather than risk our life only for the sake flying kite during Maharasankranti day.

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