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Found 8 results

  1. I continue to be amazed at the visual difference offered by P3D v3 over FSX...and it runs much more smoothly as well. When you add Shade into the mix, it becomes extremely life-like, IMHO. Jug out of Lampson...
  2. Just a quick unedited shot out of Lydd, using FTX England. I just recently purchased Adobe PS and Lightroom, so if any editing gurus want a new student...I'm available.
  3. Part 7 - High River Regional (CEN4) to Felts Field (KSFF) - The weather was a little rough once I left CEN4, but it got better until I was about 30 miles out of Felts. My video driver crashed, which caused FSX to go TU also. So the last few shots are of a re-launch, from a nearby airfield; and the weather was not exactly the same, unfortunately. You can make out Bonners Ferry (65S) on the plateau down at the bottom of the shot.
  4. Part 6 - Squamish (CYSE) to High River Regional (CEN4) - I looked at the weather for this route earlier today, and it was favorable, so I gave it a go. It was a long flight, at 361.2 nautical miles, and even in the Jug, it took almost two hours. OpusFSX really shined on this trip, and I got some screenshots that I really liked. It was actually tough trying to whittle it down to just ten. BTW, if this was a combat sim, I would've shot down the two Cessna's that jumped me in line as I was on the downwind leg. :wink:
  5. Part 5 - Swanson (2W3) to Squamish (CYSE) - The weather wasn't the best, but better than the last leg. As you'll see, I had to commandeer a new Jug as I pranged the prop upon landing at Swanson last time. This was a pretty straightforward flight until I got vectored for the approach at Squamish...in the mountains, covered in clouds, with some real gusty winds! I put her down in one piece, but I'm sure the mechanic is waiting to scream at me about the struts that I fully compressed.
  6. For part three of my tour, I took off from Redding, and flew north to Creswell. In the A2A Thunderbolt, with real world weather provided by OpusFSX. Enjoy...
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