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Cactus521

Jackson Hole And The Tetons - Fsx Photo Scenery

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This is my latest part of the western states project, having completed from most of the California Coast west to the Colorado/Kansas border.  Various aircraft--Cardinal, Ercoupe and Mirage.  I am creating Wyoming and the project has been underway for the past couple of days--the northern half of Wyoming is complete.

 

Enjoy,

 

John

 

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Spectacular scenery....the real world!

 

HLJAMES

 

Not only the real world, but the real world in its best. 

Gorgeous place -- in sim and in real world, as far as I know (never been there, unfortunately).

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Really nice shots. Shows off photo scenery at it's best. Nice work.

 

 Jazz

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Nope, that third peak from the left is 15.5 meters too short.  Just kidding of course.  Very nice work.

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Very, Very nice. Is that scenery 2m/pixel?

 

Yes--the scenery loads faster especially if I am flying the heavy iron at higher speeds.  It still looks pretty decent once I climb above about 1000 ft. AGL and of course, mountains in the distance tend to look pretty crisp as well.  Wyoming is finished, so I am going to prepare to upload it if anyone is interested.  The scenery is contiguous with my Colorado files already in the Library so I thought it would be best to release it next.

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