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    Default FS9 Ramdon shots to share.. but not to impress.

    I admit cannot compete with must of your FSX shots...I'm still stuck with FS9 :( however, No regrets.:7 - hope they are acceptable.
    Regards to all and hava nice week-end muchachos!!

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    Default RE: FS9 Ramdon shots to share.. but not to impress.

    Well, I am impressed Amigo, FS9 is still the better sim regarding scenery, as you show in your excellent shots. :9 :9 Very nice Gary!

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    Default RE: FS9 Ramdon shots to share.. but not to impress.

    I'm impressed! I have both sims loaded, and use both, but in many aspects I like FS9 better......



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    Gary,

    I once complained to a commercial photographer that I needed a more expensive camera with a fast lens so I could take better pictures. He told me what we've all heard - cameras don't take great photos, people do. FS9 continues to be an incredible "camera." Your shots prove that. Great job!!

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    Default RE: FS9 Ramdon shots to share.. but not to impress.

    I would agree with everyone's comments above. They are some great shots. And better than a lot of the FSX shots I have seen! I am still running on FS9 and have no intention of getting FSX. I have The full set of UK2000 airports and vfr scenery for the UK and am completely happy with FS9!!

    Look forward to seeing lots more of your impressive shots!

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    Default RE: FS9 Ramdon shots to share.. but not to impress.

    Jan,Gregory,Fred,Andrew..your comments means a lot to me, thanks
    take care.

    gary :7


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    Nice shots! ... I've been flying mainly GA in FSX lately but these make me want to do an FS2004 flight in some denser city environment.

    FS2004 is still very worthy of attention and especially around the cities.
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    WOW Gary! Shot number one really is stunning! Love the last one as well. Mi complimentes para tu fotos Amigo! Mike ;-)

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    Default RE: FS9 Ramdon shots to share.. but not to impress.

    About those recurrent questions which surface at each new release of FS, I think, in fact, that all depends on what you're using FS for. If for flying to the nearest of the real world, I do think that, with as soon as FS2002, added with some good tweaked planes, or mesh freewares, the sense of flight is already reached, and well reached! That's myself my purpose and I'm about pretty satisfied to fly at that level (let's say that when posting -I'm the guy who was flying small cargo in Norway and now a Boeing 737-200 in Bolivia- I something do wonder whether my pics will be at the levels of some I see on the forum. But anyway ;-))

    But, of course, if the purpose is to make the most detailed and impressive pics, the debate is all another one, obsviously! In that case, let's say, that one's main purpose is to get the latest hardware and video card to keep up to the pace of Microsoft technology advances

    The most important I think is to keep feeling that one belongs to the flightsim community. Isn't that?

    Cheers, and see you along my next posts from Bolivia :-)
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    Default RE: FS9 Ramdon shots to share.. but not to impress.

    Hola Gary :D

    Stunning shots! i really like the first one :9 GĂ©rard wrote: <<<The most important I think is to keep feeling that one belongs to the flightsim community. Isn't that?>>> I totally agree with you my friend :-)

    Saludos

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