Promethius wrote:Funnily enough, you (in the red hat) are the only one in the pic standing square or flat footed onto the kite.... The others are all leading with either their prefered (sic)foot leading, and also hip position
At the instant that photo was taken, the group was transitioning (progressively) from left flight to right. Your obviously sharp eyes will notice that John Baressi is still facing left, I am part way through the transition, with less weight on my left foot than my right, even though my shoulders are still not square to the kite. Poor old Bazzer has his feet completely reversed (so
unprofessional!) At least he managed to get flat footed by the second photo
If only he would wear long pants and a black hoodie.
Promethius wrote: and more practice needed there by the looks
Always do! Even with my Australian Championship trophies from 1997,1998, and 1999 I'm not big headed enough to believe I don't need to constantly practice.
Promethius wrote:or for those who know what they are doing 120 ft length lines.
I'm so glad you think I know what I'm doing
Sorry you had so much trouble editing your original post (7 times and counting...) It must be because
Promethius wrote:Your middle and ring finger will be slightly wider than normal
When will they make larger keyboards for wide fingered people??