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With the Bf 109 over beautiful Patagonia

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The Cerro Torre and Fitz Roy, located at the border of Chile and Argentina, must be two of the most spectacular mountains on earth. This scenery for XP11 was created by Frank Dainese and Fabio Bellini and is available at the org. This scenery sits on top of my Orthos for this area.

I take off from El Chalten, an airport created by Frank close to his scenery

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As soon as you are airborne, you are greeted by spectacular mountain scenery. But let the pictures speak for themselves

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These last two pictures I like especially

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Thanks for viewing

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Bernd:

Thanks for these new and novel pictures (from Ortho) of the Southernmost part of World's main land-mass...!

[BTW, I still recall one of your earlier posts about Cape Horn.]

Here, mesmerizing pictures of mountains (and, I'm partial to mountainous scenery in the SIM)...

I also think I've, for myself, a Bf 109 (forget FW or PW) hidden somewhere in my (years-old) archive...will surely remember to take out this classic fighter into the virtual skies...after seeing this post of yours...

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Absolutely gorgeous.

 

jime


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Many thanks, gents, for your kind comments


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Wonderful pictures and idea. I ask myself if ever a Bf 109 has overflown these mountains in reality?


   Harald Geyer
   Gründer der Messerschmitt Freunde Dresden v. V.

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Many thanks, Harald. She is certainly capable of doing so like all other WWII fighter planes, but I am almost certain that she never did. That is why it's nice to try things in our sim that have never happened in real life 😉

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***Phenomenal***


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On 7/20/2019 at 2:45 PM, brutal said:

I like such oldschool. Have you tried some of IL2 simulator series ?

Sorry for my late reply, but no, I haven't


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No problem bernd1151, I can recommend IL2 or DCS, you might like to use guns of such beauties as real as it gets, it is a bit different fun.

 

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