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Photos: At Revere Beach Kite Festival, Tiger, Mermaid, Iron Man Take To Skies

Launching a tiger kite at the Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
Launching a tiger kite at the Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
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The annual Kite Festival at Revere Beach, organized by the Revere Beach Partnership, started off foggy this morning. But slowly the mist burned off in the bright sun, and hundreds of people came to soar kites into the breezy sky.

The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
Launching a mermaid kite at the Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
Launching a mermaid kite at the Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
Tiger kite at Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
Tiger kite at Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
And then he realized he was in the shadow of the tiger kite. (Greg Cook)
And then he realized he was in the shadow of the tiger kite. (Greg Cook)
Tiger kite at Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
Tiger kite at Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)
The Revere Beach Kite Festival. (Greg Cook)

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Greg Cook was an arts reporter and critic for WBUR's The ARTery.

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