Kites flew high in the glorious summer sky during the 13th Hunstanton Kite Festival and Classic Car Rally on Sunday, 23 August, 2009. Photographs by Martin Barber.
As well as the main festival on the grounds of Smithdon High School, kite enthusiasts also took to Hunstanton beach to perform kite surfing in the warm summer sea.
One of the main kites of the festival included a large multicoloured wind device with 21 smaller kites attached in a long row.
As the kite began to take off, the sky became washed in an multitude of colour on the hot summer's day.
The kite was extremely difficult to manoeuvre during its flight and it took masses of man power to keep it high in the air.
Thousands of revellers at the festival watched in amazement as the kite soared higher and higher above the north Norfolk coastline.
Also at the festival were a range of classic cars and motorcyles and they performed a Concours d'Elegance around the grounds of Smithdon High School. Photographs by Jack Dearlove.
Among the cars were classic American police vehicles, including this Ford Crown Victoria model from the Los Angeles Police Department.
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