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Gabriel Teles

Landscape photography... in FSX?

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Is it possible? Well, I guess we can try... :P

 

 

 

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Fantastic idea. Now we have to place some vintage aircraft into these shots and can almost sell them for real  :wink:

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Interesting concept you've got there.  Really a refreshing change.

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Very new, very artful, very beauty-ful.

I'd be interested where these shots were taken. So far I only know/recognize #1 (Matterhorn) and #8 (Mt. Everest). Many thanks!

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Thank you very much, folks. Glad you like it! :smile:

 

The virtual Ansel Adams
Nice!

 

Oh... I wish I had 1% of his talent!

 

Very new, very artful, very beauty-ful.

I'd be interested where these shots were taken. So far I only know/recognize #1 (Matterhorn) and #8 (Mt. Everest). Many thanks!

 

#1 is Matterhorn, as you said;
#2 is Canary Islands (Lanzarote);
#3, #9 and #11 were taken in the region of Monviso (Cottian Alps);
#4 is Canary Islands (Fuerteventura, if I recall correctly);
#5 is Tongariro National Park (New Zealand);
#6 is Canary Islands (La Palma)
#7 and #10 were taken in Canary Islands too, but I don't remember which islands...;
#8 is Mount Everest, as you said. :smile:

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