ryanbatcund

Happy 4th (mixed XP11 and P3D v4)

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I'm blessed to have two sims that each look fabulous!  Duluth always puts on a nice fireworks display, and today looked just like these shots do - nice and sunny, a few clouds!

As for the sims, both really hold their own - I'm using scenery addons in both (xpressim Duluth in P3D v4 and Ortho4xp photo scenery in XP11)

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Beautiful shots, and happy 4th! We were also lucky to have amazing weather here on the south shore of Superior, a nice break from the rain and cold we'd been experiencing this past week. Great flying weather, but unfortunately I had to content myself with sim flying as someone snapped up the plane I usually rent before I could get to it! 

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9 minutes ago, ryanbatcund said:

Which one is that N738JX?

Nope, I'm further east along the south shore :wink: (I meant lake Superior, not Superior, WI). N7974X, a '61 172B. The plane is based in Escanaba,MI, but I live in and fly it around Marquette county.

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Interesting idea Ryan by comparing XP11 and Prepar3d v4, I prefer the look of Prepar3d though!

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Beautiful waterfront views....I like the close by Apostile Islands!

HLJAMES

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