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Wadi Rum, Jordan, in late afternoon

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Ortho4XP ZL16, xVision, MLAeroDG Bf 109. Click on the pics twice, if you want to see them in their original size

 

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Leaving Aqaba

 

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Time to head back

 

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Interesting location choice, and especially subtle lighting in pic #5.

John

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Just beautiful! What paint scheme is on the Messerschmitt please? I can't quite make out the logo on the tail.

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Amazing terrain selection to fly...this classic fighter...

Beautiful shots, and, btw, one of the most complex paint schemes that I've seen, on such planes...

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Thanks bernd - I don't have X-Plane, I was just curious about the logo on the fin :cool:

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Very nice!

John

Edit: And seeing this scenery has made me decide to Ortho4XP all of Israel, some of southern Lebanon where my good friend and ex boss is from, and some of Jordon which looks so beautiful.  I saw Peter O'Toole from just a row away when I saw him performing Pygmalion in London way back in '84 and I am reminded of his performance in Lawrence of Arabia.  He performed so well on stage, and it was wonderful to see a living legend in his time.  Pictures of Jordon remind me of him so much.

John

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On 6/4/2019 at 2:19 AM, John_Cillis said:

...and I am reminded of his performance in Lawrence of Arabia.

The movie was the reason, why I downloaded this scenery in the first place 😉

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