PHOTOS: Marina Festival of the Winds
May 8, 2011
A giant lizard kite fills the sky over Glorya Jean Tate park in Marina on Sunday afternoon.
A clear, blue sky greeted kite-flyers and wind fans on Sunday afternoon during the 12th annual Marina International Festival of the Winds at Glorya Jean Tate park.
The lizard kite is owned by Brian Champie from Santa Rosa who has attended the Marina Festival for 12 years.
A young boy walks across the grass field with his kite.
Bryce Hodges, 11, of Carmel, helps get a giant crown kite airborn.
Malone Hodges (left) helps his other son—Bryce's brother—Colin, 8, launch the giant kite.
The crown kite, also owned by Champie, floats over the park next to the giant lizard.
Cars zip along Highway 1.
Kui Balleras, a resident of Marina, gets a kite ready for flight.
Brightly-colored kites filled a clear, blue sky in Marina.
Neil Allen, (left) of Seaside, helps his daughter Sarah, 10, launch their kite into the air.