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The Desert in Winter

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Flying in the Twentynine Palms area during the winter months...

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Of course this scenery comes from BlueSky Scenery by Gottfred Razek.

I hope you enjoyed these screen-shots and please feel free to comment since it is always appreciated...Darryl

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The American southwest has two seasons: fire,flood!......great shots!

 

HLJAMES

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Gorgeous shots as always Darryl. B)


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That's why I call it the Snoot! :lol:

 

my what a long nose that aircraft has, great shots.

 

Regards;

 

Fritz

 

Darryl

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A thanks to those who commented, I'm sure the Snoot will be back for a future pictorial. That is if HL doesn't barrow it again! :P

 

Darryl

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