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Shots from Whitehorse area...

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Guest bfindlay

Ok, here are a series of shots taken on a flight seeing expedition from Whitehorse (Yukon Territory), in October. I will post them individually, cause I don't know how to add narration between pictures! If you do, please tell me!THis one is approaching Carcross - about halfway between Whitehorse an Skagway Alaska.

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Guest bfindlay

And this one, is over Carcross - quick - emergency landing! Spot the airport :-)

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Rigde Running on the way back home.

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Guest bfindlay

Turning final onto 31L back in Whitehorse.

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Guest bfindlay

A shot of Carcross area from the ground. I bought the Alaska-Yukon terrain from FSgenesis, and am very pleased with it. The default terrain in FS2k2 doesn't do this area justice, whereas the improved 76m terrain actually does resemble the mountains I see out the window. I can use it for VFR familiarization flights of tight mountain passes etc, BEFORE actually flying them. Very cool.

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Guest

You have the wrong forum friend. This isn't the screenshot forum.

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Guest Skedflyer

But that is not a screen shot.....

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Shots are fantastic I especially like the one on finals buuuuuuutTom is going to shoot us :-)I must admit to posting mine to encourage other pilots to do like wise, hence I put my shots up here where they would get most attention (to encourage others)But I think I will run and hide now ;-)Peter

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Guest sgreenwood

Cut your image filename from the "Attachment:" text box and append it to this path:[span]http:[/span]//[span]ftp[/span].[span]avsim[/span].[span]com[/span]/[span]dcforum/User_files/[/span]E.g., to display the image below: [span]http:[/span]//[span]ftp[/span].[span]avsim[/span].[span]com[/span]/[span]dcforum/User_files/3de7ba7e34337130.jpg[/span]http://ftp.avsim.com/dcforum/User_files/3de7ba7e34337130.jpgBe sure to delete your image filename from the "Attachment:" text box or the image will appear twice.Regards,Steve"mesh matters" at www.fs-traveler.com

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Guest Edam

Sheesh! The takeoff from Skagway, in FS, is something else! And with bad visibility, forget about it!

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"But that is not a screen shot.....":-lol Fair enough. Nice photos! Beautiful country there.

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"But that is not a screen shot....."No Photos are not technically screen shots and we dont have a photo forum so its OK??? :-)Somehow I dont think Tom will see it that way Peter

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Guest Frank Betts

Can you...muffle...muffle...hear..muffle...me? i'm hiding under the bed! :-eek Uh oh I think I hear Tom coming down the hall way! :-boomJust having fun here folks

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Guest Skedflyer

SHHHHH.... maybe Tom will miss this one :-outtaBeautiful shots BTW, Alot of ppl don't realize the beauty up north.

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