Manned kite flying Cottesloe West Australia and Queensland Photography

Stock Stock Images By Rob McAtee

Views of manned kites flying from beach cliffs south of Cottesloe and in the Port Douglas/ Palm Cove area northern Quyeensland

     
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Caption List:

1. Hang glider. red and white hang glider flying directly into sun, blue sky with solar flare at tail

2. hang gliders. Variety of hang glider images taken south of Cottesloe near Cable Station

3. Hang glider. red and white hang glider flying into sun from blue sky

4. Hang glider. red hang glider flying in cloudy blue sky

5. Hang glider. red hang glider flying in blue sky

6. Hang glider. red and white hang glider flying in cloudy blue sky

7. Hang glider. red hang glider in a cloudy blue sky

8. Hang glider. red hang glider in a cloudy blue sky

9. Hang glider. red and white hang glider in a cloudy sky

10. Hang glider. red and white hang glider in a deep blue sky

11. Hang glider. red hang glider in a cloudy blue sky

12. Hang glider. red and white hang glider in a deep blue sky

13. Hang glider. Black and White hang glider in blue sky

14. Hang glider. Black and White hang glider in blue sky

15. Hang glider. Black and White hang glider in blue sky

16. Hang glider. Black and White hang glider in blue sky

17. Hang glider. Black and White hang glider in blue sky

18. Hang Gliding. Hang Glider preparing to launch, south of Port Douglas

19. Hang Gliding. Hang Gliding over the sea south of Port Douglas

20. Hang Gliding. Hang Gliding over the sea south of Port Douglas

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