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Some more pics, enjoying the scenery!

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Here's some more pics--I am just enjoying the heck out of FSX these days with this new aircraft and Blue Sky's scenery.  There's now contiguous coverage from Phoenix all the way into Northern California, near Mt. Shasta.

 

Enjoy!

 

John

 

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Thanks for sharing, stunning shots of the scenery and I am getting a great sense of realism as you fly over the lanscape

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Thanks for sharing, stunning shots of the scenery and I am getting a great sense of realism as you fly over the lanscape

 

Thanks,

 

I owe a lot to the forum members in the FSX forum--we had a discussion at length over Nvidia and FSX settings, and learned that some of my settings had to be revised to get the best realism and depth from the sim--for instance, anti aliasing wasn't working on most aircraft.  It was a great discussion--a bit challenging at times but we all left as friends.

 

John

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