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The Wonders of Photoreal Scenery

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One of the fun things about photoreal scenery (in my case MegaSceneryEath) is finding those out of the way, one very specific place only oddities of real life and how they appear from above. If you have Google Earth you can find out what these patterns really are. Hint: N35 58 37 W 77 47 52 will get you pretty close:

 

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The answer tomorrow.


Dan George (woodhick)
Check out Greenbrier Aero Club, the VA for and about the GA pilot.

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Me too, me too!! :yahoo:

 

btw, it's an awesome screenshot! The colors look very natural to me.


Florian

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Wow! I just checked the coordinates with Google Earth like you mentioned and that's spot on. What was your altitude in the screenshot Dan?


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I was between 5-6000ft msl, descending for landing at Elizabeth City. Yes, everybody that knows can tell but I'm not telling until tomorrow.

 

Remember, the first correct answer wins an all expenses paid (virtual) flight to anywhere in the world their little hearts desire, as long as they do the flying, sim purchases, set up, etc. Provide your own snacks and scheduling shall be a the discretion of the governing board of Greenbrier Virtual Aviation, its' managers and directors. Some conditions apply. No member of the posters family, friends, or any person viewing or replying to opening post in this thread eligible to enter.

 

Until tomorrow!! Same bat time, same bat channel unless different.


Dan George (woodhick)
Check out Greenbrier Aero Club, the VA for and about the GA pilot.

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Great shots coupled with a fun idea,Kinda a Flight Sim Treasure Hunt! Love it,I'll hold my answer till tomorrow.


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Patrick

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http://www.rockymoun...com/default.htm

 

This seems to be it :) Free flight please :P

 

And the winner is...(insert drum roll) Jesse757 for correctly identifying the Rocky Mt Sports Complex!!! Unfortunately Jesse did not closely read the rules and disclaimers (see my second post above). He actually viewed and commented upon the original post and is therefore ineligible to win the free sim flight to anywhere in the world. Sorry Jesse.

 

Thanks for joining in the fun here. I hope you enjoyed playing along.

 

Hi to Phantom88 ;-)

 

I wish default textures could replicate colors this naturally and terrain diversity so accurately!

 

I am totally enjoying using and discovering the diversity of photoreal scenery despite its' several shortcomings. In another post someone else commented, move left or right 5 miles and there are totally new secrets and scenes to discover.


Dan George (woodhick)
Check out Greenbrier Aero Club, the VA for and about the GA pilot.

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Ironically I was in Rocky Mount just a couple months ago. That's a whole lotta baseball & softball in them thar fields :lol:


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Ironically I was in Rocky Mount just a couple months ago. That's a whole lotta baseball & softball in them thar fields :lol:

 

Yeah I was reading the link provided by Jesse757 above. Seems the only thing left out was an Olympic swimming venue. Quite a deal. With a name like pinlifter are you a RR man??


Dan George (woodhick)
Check out Greenbrier Aero Club, the VA for and about the GA pilot.

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I was hoping to keep that a secret Dan! I'm a conductor for Norfolk Southern Railroad and was bitten by the airplane bug early on while in the Air Force.


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Pinlifter is pretty much a give away to a model RR hobbyist. I used to model WV logging 1910--1920. Think generic but having a basis in fact as to what was used in WV in that era. Not Cass but close


Dan George (woodhick)
Check out Greenbrier Aero Club, the VA for and about the GA pilot.

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