Today's first flights saw the Kapfoil struggling to reach 45° and hardly generating any mojo, let alone lift. An intuitive tinkering at the bridle got it back to soaring. My idea was to photograph the flat North Sea polder landscape from the dyke in the low afternoon sun. Have to work on the angle with the Canon S90, as all I got were our vans. Still a nice snapshot of what Easter Sunday 2020 looked like for us, and at least technically I'm happy with the pics using the S90 with CHDK and Peter Bult's Small0 rig. ISO 320 and 1/1000s at f4.0.