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Rob Ainscough

A2A Commanche 250 - HTKJ, BGGH, EDBC, KTNP

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Thought I'd share a few snaps I took from various airports:

 

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Cheers, Rob.

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Thanks Rich, big compliment coming from you ... AA good enough?  :)

 

#2 is my favorite with the Bald Eagle (or is it a buzzard).

 

Cheers, Rob.

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Thanks Rich, big compliment coming from you ... AA good enough?  :)

 

#2 is my favorite with the Bald Eagle (or is it a buzzard).

 

Cheers, Rob.

 

 

AA looks perfecto and its an Eagle brother - having problems with that sand storm effect - no biggie maybe on re-install of P3D it will be ok - take care

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All beautiful pics,   like the others i particularly like 4 and 8.  4 is my favorite 

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Really nice... so is like 4k downsized to fit the forum?

 

Are you using PrecipFX?  Dang Comanche is on my buy list... but I'm hoping for a sale as we just spent a lot of money on a preemie lol!

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so is like 4k downsized to fit the forum?

 

Hi Ryan, AVSIM image control will resize to fit whatever your desktop resolution is set to (or your browser window size) ... the images remain at 3840 x 2160 as they are linked to my personal web site.  So if you have a 1080p monitor you'll have to save the image locally, view it with whatever tool you have to view JPG files, then set zoom to 100% ... that'll give you the actual 1:1 resolution but on a 1080p monitor you'll have to scroll left or right and up or down to see entire image.  But if you have a 4K or 5K monitor you'll see entire images "as is".

 

I find it interesting many liked #4 ... as most probably already know I'm a dawn/dusk lover, I'm not anti-day, it's just I like dusk (I do a lot of hiking and I'm always ending my hikes around dusk time).

 

Cheers, Rob.

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