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Monument Valley in a Tri-Motor

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A few years ago I saw a short film, where a Ford Tri-Motor was cruising around this area. As we don’t have a Ford in MSFS, I used a Ju-52 instead, which I found with a Canadian registration in my virtual hangar. I hope you don’t mind.

Roaming around this area is always a treat, but being here in late afternoon or in the early morning is something almost unreal.

 

I have taken off in Navajo Mountain.

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Thanks for viewing

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Wow, cinematic flight 👏

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Beautiful shots Bernd.  Why should I mind if the rego or plane isn't "correct?"  Does this actually bother people?  I mean it's only a "game" right?

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Beautiful shots buddy !

cheers 😉

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Great set Bernd. That scenery always reminds me of John Wayne westerns! 🙂

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Many thanks, gents, for your comments!

8 hours ago, paulb said:

That scenery always reminds me of John Wayne westerns! 🙂

Hahaha, my sentiments exactly 😀

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The color of that paint is such a stark contrast to the backdrop...really adds some punch to those shots.

 

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21 hours ago, John F said:

The color of that paint is such a stark contrast to the backdrop...really adds some punch to those shots.

 

Many thanks, John. I created that paint to get away from the usual silver color you see on this plane.

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Indeed, magnificent and rather unique color tones in your pictures, bernd, accentuated by these twilight glows...!!

And the Ju-52 is certainly a worthy substitute for the Ford Trimotor...🙂...

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