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Found 7 results

  1. Out of Oldenburg-Hatten (EDWH), in Germany...in the Taifun: Out of Monroe-Firstair (W16), in Washington state...in the Cub:
  2. Thanks to some excellent tips from Mark Abdey , I think I'm zeroing in on my final shadow settings; especially with Shade really showing them off. As an aside, I CANNOT wait for KORS to get the v3 treatment. Unedited, please enjoy...
  3. A good way to end the simming year, around the Wairarapa (Godzone Photoreal Subscription, Volume 6) in the A2A Cub on a hazy summer afternoon: Happy holidays everybody
  4. If Active Sky Live Weather is to be trusted, then today was a gorgeous day to go flying in Oregon... Our destination is the tiny little strip just above our right wingtip: The airstrip is from some of Misha's earlier work that fits very nicely into Orbx PNW. Thanks for viewing!
  5. Hi all, Have just picked up NZMF and have really enjoyed the job done on this spectacular region! The shots below show an early morning flight from Milford Sound to Martins Bay the hard way, i.e. Inland via the Homer Pass and the Holyford Valley. This is a great flight and more so in a low-and-slow aircraft like the A2A cub. Also, I'd recommend getting hold of a copy of the relevant NZ Visual Navigation Chart in 250k scale. This really helps with planning and navigatign a flight in this mountainous region! Airborne from NZMF, I fly down the sound and then execute a 180 degree turn. This allows me enough time to get up to 4500ft to clear the Homer Pass. One last look at NZMF as I head into the valley. The terrain is rising steeply but I already have the height to cross the pass. There is quite a bit of turbulence from the southerly here. Looking south as the clouds roll over the ridgeline. I hope it doesn't close in on me before I cross! Crabbing over the Homer Pass Made it! Turning north at the top of the Hollyford Valley, the most challenging part of the flight is behind us. About to overfly Lake Alabaster, this was a slight detour as I hadn't been down to Big Bay before. Overhead Martins Bay to set up for my approach. Final Approach to Martins Bay, little bit of a crosswind. Backtracking to the lodge Looking for a parking spot! All shut down and ready for a coffee.
  6. A grey day for flying.
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