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Thank for looking and your kind comments as always  :wink: XEnviro and MisterX KBOS

 

 

 

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This right here is awesome, Xenviro? 

 

Yupper - first version not latest liked clouds better in first version - thank you


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XP11 Cleared To Land!! .....Runway 4 left..

 

Great looking shot of the expressway too there Rich, the only thing missing there is the gas tank.


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XP11 Cleared To Land!! .....Runway 4 left..

 

Great looking shot of the expressway too there Rich, the only thing missing there is the gas tank.

 

Alan drive by it in traffic every day thats enough lol probably there I was past it - have to see if it is there


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probably there was by it

 

I think so, the yacht club is below your left wing there :) that traffic can be brutal coming up from the Split.

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Alan Twiggys

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Looks really nice!  Very artsy fartsy hehe

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Epic shot Rich!  xEnviro looks stunning.

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Amazing shot and ambiance!

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Well Richard, it's nice to see people coming on board the X-Plane train. I still dabble in P3D/FSX but I really get annoyed with FSX Blurries now. Ignorance is bliss, as they say.

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Thank for looking and your kind comments as always  :wink: XEnviro and MisterX KBOS

 

                

 

Best. Screenshot. Ever.

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Quite impressive. I wonder how much money I had to put into P3D to make it look at least almost like that ;) (and I'm so jealous of that autogen and unlimited LOD)

 

If only PMDG and FS2Crew would release 737 support for that sim...

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