[font size="1" color="#FF0000"]LAST EDITED ON Mar-15-02 AT 07:31AM (EDT)[/font][p]While flying "real-time" through Malaysia and Thailand yesterday, I noticed a significant portion of the ground was various shades of brown. When I got on the ground, at one point, I was surprised to see denuded deciduous trees throughout the landscape.
I went into the world tab and changed the setting to summer, instead of winter, and voila... leaves and green grass (see pictures).
This would be great if I were flying in Norway, except for the palm trees, but the shots are from Phuket, Thailand, well within the tropics at 8°North Latitude.
Does anyone know if this is merely a glitch, or is it supposed to represent a dry season? It's not imperitive that I "fix" the problem, I just thought it seemed a bit odd. :-jumpy