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These two pictures were taken by me in N95D on tuesday.What do the pictures tell you?Not individually but togetherPeter :-)

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Peter, They tell me that you are one very lucky man to be able to fly a real Seneca, and that you probably got to watch a very Loooong sunset that day as you flew westward chasing the setting sun. Nice Pic of the panel at night!http://www.ktone.org/images/FSD_ken.jpg

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Maybe that is not the sun but the moon and you used a wide aperature stting on your SLR Camera :-)BobG

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Well, based on your power settings and speed coupled with your altitude above the cloud layer, I would guess you are in a bit of turbulence.See ya,Kathy.

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Given the time on the clock, and the position of the sun, I'd say...Winter solstice is nearly here.

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They tell me that "I WANT ONE!" :-)I'm with the gent that mentioned the long sunset.Jim

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You found an early beta copy of FS2006?Looks like they fixed the blurry texture pretty good, I could swear that looks like a real aircraft and real clouds!But, how is the ATC/AI? Did they fix the seperation issues on approach/landing?:-xxrotflmao

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It tells me that you are a lucky man that is allowed to take pics from aircraft..in my country I would be in jail and :-hang It also tells me that waters reflect clouds and like me you are an old man who still believes in NDB navigation!!

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A guess...I'd say the pictures show you traveling away from a Low pressure system. The course correction on the HSI shows a wind from the starboard side. Wind travels counterclockwise into the low (northern hemisphere). You might expect the winds to lessen the sky to clear and your uncorrected altimeter to indicate less than your true altitude. All in all, a pretty picture...better weather ahead. ...although I'm not positive (-: Am I close?DannyCYVR

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Dunno, but your heading states something like 320 but you appear to be pointed more like 230 if I'm interpreting the front of your aircraft correctly as it relates to the setting sun. Heck I dont know! :)Michael

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Hi PeterWell.............After some thought, i can only think that your approaching a warm front ie. the upper high cloud base becoming lower, and the overcast cloud beneath.Possibly abit of turbulence as well? (you speed, approximate heading)??CheersWill

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