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Low and Slow in France

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Here are a couple of shots taken low-and-slow over Brittany, France on one of those rare occasions where I actually use the simulator to fly :-).

The Scenery consists of zonephoto orthos and a scenery I've been working/experimenting on for France

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Very very nice as usual!!!

 

Looking forward to trying this as living in this country!!!

 

Keep up this good work  :wink:

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I thought, maybe, it was France VFR until I looked up and see it was something you did.  Pretty amazing looking stuff!


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I thought, maybe, it was France VFR until I looked up and see it was something you did.  Pretty amazing looking stuff!

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Hi Tonywob,

How do you make black roofs in Brittany?

In my orthophoto sceneries, they are red.

So, what is the method?

Thanks.

Patrice.

 


Patrice Dubois

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