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    John,

    What a cracking set of shots.

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    Thank you Noddy! I forgot to mention that the scenery in my screenshots is from within the default Huntsville, Alabama photogrammetry coverage.
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    I live here in Ala., and as soon as it gets daylight tomorrow I'm gonna take a hop up there!

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    Come on John, admit it, somebody at Asabo slipped you a copy of MSFS 2022. Need to check out the area and see how it looks for me.
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    An Ozzie Gina!! Magnificent!

    But... Would that Gina then be a Sheila??

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    Isla de Providencia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Priller View Post
    An Ozzie Gina!! Magnificent!

    But... Would that Gina then be a Sheila??

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    A couple of modest shots from your servant.





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    One of my nicest flying ports so far. Flies better than the YMF, on modern flight model, no tweaks at all.

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    Leaving Santa Barbara, CA for San Jose (KSBA RZS ROBIE5 KSJC - EJA702)

    Untitled-5 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr

    Untitled-8 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr

    Untitled-25 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr

    Untitled-41 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr

    Untitled-42 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr
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    Here are a couple more visits to MSFS airports that are not really airports, following up on my Wright Field post.

    The first is CFB Shearwater (first 4 pics). This is an important, historic Canadian naval air base that was closed to fixed-wing traffic some years ago, although it still functions as a heliport. Despite this, it is not selectable in MSFS, even if you have heliports enabled. But the runways are still there, there is a beacon, and some rather nicely selected prefab hangars and other airport buildings. All you have to do is land on one of the closed runways, which are a bit bumpy but look pretty good, even close up.

    The final pic is an example of a military base in Europe (Belgium, in this instance; I forget which base). A lot of military bases that were usable in FSX and P3D are gone from MSFS. This is because they are blurred out in Bing maps for security reasons. The easiest way to navigate them is to have Little Nav Map open and use your FSX or P3D database. Unfortunately, it's disappointing when you get there. The blurred ground textures make you wish you were flying FS98. You can vaguely make out the runways, and some of the roads and buildings on the bases are present, but they aren't worth landing on. That's too bad. There are a lot of historic and important military bases around the world that would be fun to visit. Well, something for the scenery designers to work on, I guess.

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    [QUOTE=ryanbatc;1251264]Leaving Santa Barbara, CA for San Jose (KSBA RZS ROBIE5 KSJC - EJA702)

    Untitled-5 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr

    Love this shot.

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    Overflying the site of the Battle of Hastings where in 1066 my 30-times great grandfather, Sir Walter Tyrell (I), fought in the Norman conquest of England with William the Conqueror, from whom I also have a line of descent. The English Channel can be seen in the background, and immediately below is Senlac Hill and Battle Abbey.

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    Over Cambridgeshire


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    Over the Solent


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    Island Hopping

    Did a run from Hilo to Honolulu with live weather and time.


    Leaving the Big Island



    Rainbows calculated and generated in real time!



    Love the simulated heat effect they use to animate the sun. Note the sliver floating above the rest.



    Almost down...



    The southern ridge of Maui's western peak has a large line of wind generators.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Clayton View Post
    Did a run from Hilo to Honolulu with live weather and time.


    Leaving the Big Island



    Rainbows calculated and generated in real time!



    Love the simulated heat effect they use to animate the sun. Note the sliver floating above the rest.



    Almost down...



    The southern ridge of Maui's western peak has a large line of wind generators.
    Neat weather effects. I've never seen an upside down rainbow but it stands to reason they exist. The sliver above the setting sun is also true to nature. Under very clear conditions just as the sliver dips to the horizon it can turn green momentarily and is called the "green flash". I have observed it a few times over lake Michigan. Although I've tried, I don' think it is simulated in MSFS and falls slightly short of "As real as it gets". No big deal.

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