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Sightseeing Central Rocky Mountains Part 1 - [10 large pics]

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Decided to force myself to fly CRM by going right down the list in the CRM KMZ of photoreal areas.. I am flying from point to point in order of appearance regardless of distance.. This should give me something to accomplish over the month. :)

 

Todays sights in order of appearance

 

Dalles Dam

McNary Dam

Hanford Nuclear Facilities

LIGO Hanford Observatory

Richland Airport

 

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Great Shots! Shame about the plastic plane? :P ....although for those who like such beasts it looks an excellent model ^_^

 

So much scenery, so little time to explore it all? Keep 'em coming Bill. BTW especially like the just before sunset shots.

 

Geoff

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Thanks for the kind words from everyone.

 

How do you tell if a place is photoreal in the Google Earth file?

 

Gregg in the side bar of Google earth all the regions are broken down in a tree structure to toggle items off and on.. For CRM one of the areas is called "photoreal areas". For PNW there are two areas "Photoreal Points Of Interest and Photoreal Glaciers". NRM and PFJ don't have any photoreal areas listed on their respective KMZs.. Now I don't know if there isn't any or there is and they just never included the locations in the KMZ

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ORBX and Legacy cant go wrong with that pair...excellent shots

 

lee

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