Posted by Steve Rice (Olympia, United States) on 14 February 2016 in Art & Design.
These kites are the exception to the rule. These are U.S. Army and U.S. Navy target kites from WW II. They seem to be made from cloth and were used to teach gunners how to target aircraft.
japan | tokyo | marunouchi | kite | museum
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They are piece of history
14 Feb 2016 6:08am
Magnifique attrait. )
14 Feb 2016 6:52am
Wonderful capture of kites.
14 Feb 2016 7:02am
Il existe un musée du cerf-volant dans ma région
14 Feb 2016 7:03am
14 Feb 2016 7:10am
Very interesting and nicely presented
14 Feb 2016 7:35am
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