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    Cool Portlandia

    Starks Twin Oaks to Portland International via downtown.
    I hate to admit it but the Virus has become my new favorite plane.
    Probably the wrong time to profess one's love of a virus. -- Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by azzaro View Post


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    Oregon Health & Science University Hospital! See that's what i'm stoked about in this sim, is recognizing actual landmarks that aren't well detailed airports. So cool!
    - James

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    Very nice set of shots!

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    Fine work with these shots Bob. 2020 sure provides great detail. One thing I have noticed is the 2020 clouds seem to be overly soft with less detail than actual clouds.
    Larry

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    Quote Originally Posted by NMLW View Post
    Fine work with these shots Bob. 2020 sure provides great detail. One thing I have noticed is the 2020 clouds seem to be overly soft with less detail than actual clouds.
    Thanks. I've noticed that as well lately. I'll have to look back at my older captures and see if that's consistent or due to a recent update. -- Bob

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    A great set of shots! Thanks!
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    Very nice shots and the scenery is great too
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