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just a test for a slightly different method ;-)toute naturelle (is that spelt right :-)A naked girl against a setting sunPeter

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Jeff,Now dont cheat and take a peak :-) Im the only one who drives this Bird so hands off.Pic by moi Peter

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Hi PeterAre you ever down to Malaga?? I will be visiting a good friend for 2 weeks in the middle of Sept it would be nice to meet you or even better go for a spin!! hint hint! My friend is a 747 Cpt with Dragonair but has also flown A330's A320's Bae 146's and of course lots of Dash 8'sRegards WayneCYHZHome of the fun weather!!!!!

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Holy Shniikees!!! I need to take the camera up on more flights... That's incredible Peter... I have a couple of non-digital of Martha's Vineyard (KMVY), and one of my favorites KLCI, in New Hampshire... wish I could post them...I'll have to buy a digital... Anyway, say hi to Rob for me... haven't talked to him for awhile... Sounds like he is working on a couple of other non-sim things after the Citabria. Sailing perhaps?ChristopherP4 1.8768 ram 80 gig hardriveVisiontek Ti4 4600CH yoke/pedals19" inch monitor-Soundblaster PCI 512Win XP115 Hr - Private Pilot - IFR checkride 3 weeks.AOPALawyerPilots Bar Association"Men without dreams are never free, twas thus this way and thus will ever be."

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Peter,I accidentally looked. Sorry! Is something bad going to happen to me now? ;-)Having said that, I'm glad I looked. Great shot! I really do need to buy a camera so I can take some shots while in flight. Unfortunately, the way the visibility is around here all the time, I doubt I'd get anything worth looking at. Too bad the cloud layers are too low so I can never climb above the haze. Actually, all my recent flights have been made blind (wearing a hood) so I have no idea what the outside looked like. :-kewl

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Hmm... my sun glasses aren't what they used to be :-lolGreat picture very nice shot :-)awfEHAM

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WayneI have made the Malaga run six times this year in a Seneca but its really too far for that aircraft and about six hours flying time with a refuel.The owner of one of the aircraft I fly has bought a few properties down there and we have had a great time in that area.Peter

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Rob has been flat out on our other RealAir Simulation projects. We release the Siai Marchetti SF260 next week ;-)Peter

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How much blood would you give to have FS look like that on your computer? Hopefully I won't be too arthritic to go flight simming when it does look that good.

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girl, setting sun!!Beware of pic,..... but my young grandson's were able to handle it! :)This is a B-24 tour I took last week, along with a B-17.L.Adamsonedited..................just didn't know if everyone could handle this B-24 noseart from a FLY-IN last week :)

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AnnietteYou paint sim aircraft! I bet you would love to see a REAL plane designed and painted by you taking to the skies.I remember British Airways went wild with their tail designs and ran a competition for members of the public to design a tail. The winner would see their design.Some of the small Real aircraft are painted with really zany schemes and there are specialist companies who do more of that sort of "creative" aircraft painting.Maybe we should find you a real aircraft to design and have painted as I know of a few homebuilts in the making as well as some owners who are going into repaintsPeter X

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