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Aerial Photograph of Playa Tejoncito and Residencial Conejos, Huatulco, Mexico.

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Playa Tejoncito and Residencial Conejos in Huatulco, Mexico. This picture was taken from a camera rig suspended below a kite (Kite Aerial Photography - KAP). The kite line and photographer (me) are visible in the photograph. Playa Tejoncito, Huatulco, Mexico. Residencial Conejos in the background - kite aerial photograph. © Rob Huntley Photography / Like My Facebook / About.Me 

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Playa Tejoncito, Huatulco, Mexico

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Playa Tejoncito, Huatulco, Mexico These pictures were taken from a camera rig suspended below a kite (Kite Aerial Photography - KAP). Playa Tejoncito, Huatulco, Mexico Playa Tejoncito, Huatulco, Mexico © Rob Huntley Photography Like Rob Huntley Photography on Facebook. 

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KAP 2008-4: Playa Tejoncito, Huatulco, Mexico.

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This KAP (Kite Aerial Photography) outing took place on January 27, 2008 while vacationing in Huatulco, Mexico. Towards the Eastern part of Huatulco is Residencial Conejos, a residential community. At the foot of the community lies Playa Tejoncito. This is the name of the beach, not a resort. This beach was until a few years ago a public access beach. Recently private development has made this into a pay-per-use beach which is a contentious issue with a number of the other residents. Nevertheless it is still a reasonable access fee (50 pesos - roughly $5 Canadian) for anyone staying at...

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