Bright Skies for FS2004

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Bright Skies for FS2004

Postby akoyeh » Wed Nov 14, 2018 2:47 pm

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They're coming right along, making the final refining adjustments now. Here's a preview of just one of the skies in the upcoming "Bright Skies for FS2004" package...


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Once again, flying Rick Piper's impressive Hawker Siddeley HS.680 Andover C1, cruising the Nebraska panhandle, 50 miles visibility (which happens a lot out here).



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They may all be finished by this coming weekend with all going well, 3 different and separate sky sets for you to choose from with interesting Sunrises and Sunsets.

Stayed tuned...

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Re: Bright Skies for FS2004

Postby akoyeh » Sat Nov 17, 2018 2:55 pm

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The Bright Skies for FS2004 package is now uploaded and posted to Simviation: https://simviation.com/1/browse-Scenery-39-0


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Re: Bright Skies for FS2004

Postby akoyeh » Sun Nov 18, 2018 12:01 am

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More shots, this time at PreSunset and Sunset of set 3, flying British Columbia in Eric Dantes' fine Stamp RSV4 in one of Alayn Gourio's "High Road to China" liveries https://simviation.com/1/search?submit= ... egoryId=31 as well as using Mike Hambly's de Havilland Gipsy Major soundset out of the FS2004 De Havilland Chipmunk v. 1.2. Worth the efforts on all counts...


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Beautiful British Columbia with some amazing cloud layers keeping me company at PreSunset.




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It's easy to begin to losing track of time amid the magnificence of the terrain and atmosphere.




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Running out of light nearing Sunset, it was time to get her back down to Terra Firma...




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...and a good landing ends a wonderful flight visiting our good neighbors to our north in Canada.
Variable light winds with mild turbulance the entire flight, the Stampe handling magnificently.

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