Published: 09:19, 10 May 2013 |
Kite and windsurfers made the most of strong winds and intermittent sunshine in Hythe Bay yesterday (Thursday).
Winds averaged between 20 and 25 mph throughout the day, with some gusts reaching up towards 30mph.
Coupled with relatively warm temperatures of around 12 degrees centigrade and some sunshine, watersports enthusiasts took the opportunity to dust off their gear and make the most of the weather.
Kentish Express photographer Gary Browne captured these images of on Thursday, May 9.
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