In Vanier Park Canada in a couple of weeks. Should be able to get 20 together.
I wonder how close the lines of fliers could be? In a good breeze I would have thought that spacing on the ground could reflect spacing in the sky. Obviously low groundwork is not immediately practical.... however if a protocol was established of say, landing to the left of the flier in front, then maybe something could be developed.
(Suppose the front line set up a ground sculpture, the next line moved forwards and took up the gaps and then.... <grins>)
I would be interested in seeing images from Grand Haven.
I'll see how close we can pack.
Like you said Felix, in a good wind should be able to get it fairly tight. I'm thinking about 15/20ft spacing between lines. All depends on the wind speed and experience.
With experienced team flyer's it could safely be 10/15ft. Unless you have a 7ft giant in front of you!