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  1. When I hear the name "Argentina", football comes to my mind. Tango, steaks, great plains. But I was not aware how big this country is. This is going to be a 1700 mile flight from the very south of the country to the very north. Boarding in corona-safe distances at El Calafate... ... and climbing out over Lago Argentino. Heading North over Rio La Leona, ... ... before crossing the border of Frank Daineses photoscenery. Flying along the Atlantic coast does not show interesting ground details, ... ... even landclass repeti
  2. After adding Frank Daineses freeware I started a flight from El Calafate, Patagonia, Argentina. [Yes, there is extensive use of his fantastic freeware in this post - it fits well into OLC and adds the missing, spectacular mountains.] Climbing out over Lago Argentino... ... and the nearby Lago Viedma. By car it would be a 3 hour trip into this scenery, the flight was about 40 minutes. The village is El Chalten, living mainly from tourism in Summer. In Winter it is mostly deserted. Hikers go up to the glacier lakes ...
  3. Here we go from Punta Arenas to one of the touristical highlights of la Tierra del Fuego. Lucky guys get a flight to Puerto Natales and save 300 kms of driving. But these days there are no commercial flights to that village - that´s why we started at Punta Arenas. And here we are... ... climbing to las Torres del Paine. This is how they look in real. I would say OLC definetively needs something here. I do not have Frank Dainese´s add-on for this area. But I know the way over the famous Glacier Grey.
  4. Georgaphically, indeed. This flight goes from Santiago de Chile... ... over the cloud-covered Andes... ... and huge volcanos, like Monte San Valentin... ... to the Cerro Torre region. Frank Dainese has done some valuable work on the scenery here, when you look towards the Atlantic. The passengers on the right see see the Pacific instead. Descending over las Torres del Paine (hidden under clouds just under the left engine) ... ... and the metropolis of Puerto Natales (it even has a runway!) ...
  5. Recently I have rediscovered Frank Daineses Cerro Torre freeware, so I had to try it in p3dv4. Approaching El Calafate... ... and leaving again. El Lago Argentino. Here we come to the Glacier Viedmar. And this is the highlight: Cerro Torre. That peak does not only look amazing, so is also the story of its climbing: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cerro_Torre Next to it is Mount Fitzroy. Here we see them both while heading downwind into El Chalten. Fantastic mountainwork by Frank
  6. A flight from Sion to Bern, crossing a good part of Frank´s freeware 3D-scenery. First, eastwards along the Valais, with the weather looking not too pleasant... Then climbing along the Aletsch Glacier ... ... to Jungfrau, Mönch and Eiger. Looks spectacular in flight! Finally, heading down across Interlaken and Thun to Bern. Seeing the result of Franks voting made it easier for me to leave this playground: I am sure he will add even more features to this fantastic area.
  7. No doubt where this is...: The Horn... ... and Monte Rosa on the Italian side of the border: Entering the Valais over Visp, ... ... LSMJ Turtmann, ... ... Sierre ... ... and finally Sion (default): Great to discover the area again, with Frank´s add-ons. PS: Do not forget to vote in Frank´s poll: http://www.orbxsystems.com/forum/topic/97633-which-mountain-groupspreferred/#entry884486
  8. ... which blends perfect into FTX Europe, and adds an extra-kick to it. Just some shots on the way from Geneva ... ... across the "Orbx-Dainese"-border ... ... crossing the Mont Blanc area, and finally to Aosta. Molto grazie a Frank, this area will need some more flights to enjoy the amazing impression (and performance). And I need a good map to allocate all the details to mountain & glacier names...
  9. Out of his several outstanding mountain-sceneries, I hereby post some shots that confirmes the quality that Frank Dainese offer us(apart from his latest 'Yosemite'): These are from the Matterhorn in the Alps at the Suisse-Italian border: Another very nice made area in Switserland is the trio Eiger-Monch-Jungfrau combined with the Alps largest Glacier -> The Aletsch-gletscher:
  10. I guess that's quite interesting. http://scenarialpinifsx.blogspot.ch/ Frank Dainese joins the ORBX Team Spirit
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