norab, I really like that SBD shot. Good one!
"I hate to see you go, but I love to watch you leave!"
likewise that F-15 shot...what scenery btw?
That is the Coral F-15 over the Midway 2004 freeware scenery at flightsim
FS2004 (ACOF) - FS2004 Scenery FS2004 Scenery--Midway Island
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FS2004 Scenery--Midway Island v2.0, high resolution version. These files improve Midway Island in the Pacific Ocean. The forms of coral reefs are drawn on the basis of the satellite pictures from NASA. This scenery has a quite long visibility (approximately 100 km) using LVR (Long Visual Range Tool). You can see the faraway island which appear on a horizontal line. By Kazuo Kawamura.
The SBD is the donationware bird with Diaz's High def clouds
Norab -- did u notice the port nav light on the SBD should be red?
A tad high and a tad hot is better than a tad low and a tad slow - H52
Frankly, I didn't notice it I fly and sometimes paint them but I don't do the lights, It's the former donationware SBD so if some one can suggest a fix, I'll give it a try, I suspect it's an easy fix, just swap 2 settings
I wish I could post my most recent "Wow" moments, but I can't..doing so would be against site rules. I wrote an XLM guage that, when activated, makes the female passengers in Joe Binka's Wild Wilga and G44A Widgeon undress. Posting screenshots with the ladies in their birthday suits would get me banned for uploading pornographic materials.
WWI started because some bloke called Archie Duke shot an ostrich because he was hungry.
Stuart Green's aircrafts and Bill and Lynn Lyons ground textures are a great combination. Especially when FS9 trows some low visibility magic over the image.
Firefighters walk where the devil dances.
Whew that is a stunning shot.
I presume out of modesty the paint was not commented on, in the wow moment - it definitely doesn't do it any harm...
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