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Have You Seen a Shot Like This? -- The October 2009 Kiteboarding Photo of the Month.
October 04, 2009

Hi

This month brings us a photo that is unlike almost all of the photos out there. This photo does a good job capturing the riders perspective, which is a very hard thing to do (and is very rare to boot).

Enjoy.

A Shot Unlike Any I Have Ever Seen...

Even though we can see a little of the riders view, itís impossible to capture what the rider is feeling. The immense power of the kite strengthening and eventually hurling you off the water to heights you canít imagine is one of the most addictive feelings I have ever experienced. Iím sure you will agree if youíve been there.

Because this photo does such a good job putting you in the riderís shoes, itís easy to remember how a move like this feels - thatís why itís such a great shot!


Do you have a photo that absolutely trumps this one? How about one that captures the true beauty of kiteboarding? Or even one that is just plain fun?! If so, I'd love to give it a chance to be the next Photo of the Month Ė just send it to photoofthemonth@kiteboardingevolution.com

In the Works...

Watch out for these up and coming additions to KiteboardingEvolution.com

  • -- NEXT ON THE PLATE -- Trainer Kite Field Guide. - 10% Complete
  • Every single question, problem, and difficulty from the Trainer Kite Reviews is being documented and answered in a 20-30 page trainer kite field guide that everyone can take out and use when flying their trainer. There will be full photo walkthroughs and exercises, much like on KiteboardingEvolution.com, all contained in a ultra-compact and portable booklet.

  • Intermediate Kiteboarding Practice. How-toís and walkthroughs for intermediate riding skills like: riding upwind, jumping, and powered-up transitions.


  • Better and More Detailed Photos on the Website. Watch out for new and more descriptive photos of hard to explain exercises coming soon to the website.




  • Thats all for this edition, thanks for tuning in!
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