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  1. A second batch of Washington screens from me... Again a bit of a mix, but the last section are caps of a long flight from Spokane heading west towards the Columbia River. The variety of landscapes within this package is quite remarkable... I hope you like them All shots using xVision with my presets, apart from shots 3 & 4 which are using xEnviro 1.10. SOURCE
  2. Here's a low level flight with the Ultra Light around Downtown Seattle. All graphics sliders maxed apart from water reflections and AA halfway setting SOURCE
  3. I know Frank has shown some Melbourne at night shots, But i thought these shots of Melbourne at Dusk looked real nice so i thought i would show these to you i hope you dont mind. SOURCE
  4. Just a few captures for those who want to dive into Melbourne's vibrant night life : Melbourne CBD viewed from surrounding Orbx airports: YMML Melbourne Intl: YMEN Essendon: YMMB Moorabbin: SOURCE
  5. Hi everyone! I'm proud to showcase my home city to you all, and the home of Orbx, recreated in incredible detail with dozens of custom landmarks. I'd first like to give a congratulations to Frank Schnibben for really piecing this city together. He's done an incredible job leading the charge and should be exceptionally proud of his work. We also had Raz Goeta contribute several landmarks which are also featured below. Melbourne will be included in the upcoming Australia v2, and we hope you enjoy exploring the second most livable city in the world. Enjoy the shots! Looking towards Southbank from Federation Square, with the Eureka Tower taking centre stage. Melbourne Exhibition Centre and Crowne Plaza The iconic western skyline - the Bolte Bridge and Docklands The Melbourne Star with the dynamically lit Bolte Bridge in the background The hospital precinct - the new Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, opened in 2016, with the Royal Melbourne Hospital by Raz. The Royal Childrens Hospital is also in the background. And YES! The helipads are there for all the rotor heads Looking west with Swanston Square in the foreground. This building is also a new addition to the skyline, and is part of RMIT University Raz's stunning Melbourne Museum and Royal Exhibition Building. A contrast of old and new in the one precinct And again The Melbourne skyline looking south. The photoreal coverage extends all the way up to the Melbourne Gateway and down to St Kilda. The West Gate Bridge and Fisherman's Bend. A lot of Melbourne's big industry is down here, including the Boeing factory and the Port of Melbourne The foot of the West Gate Bridge, with the Todd Road karting track and the ever-popular pink lake. This is one of the very few naturally pink lakes in Australia. Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC) Albert Park Lake - home of the Australian Grand Prix. This is one of Melbourne's biggest local sporting hubs, with multiple ovals, a running track around the lake, MSAC, a golf course and the athletics stadium. My main contribution, among others, to Melbourne City was the Melbourne Cricket Ground. I pounced at the opportunity to do the MCG, as I've spend a lot of time both on the ground and in the stands, and it felt right to bring the hallow turf into the sim in ultra-HD detail. I made sure to represent both the AFL and Cricket seasons, seen below, and switch automatically depending on the time of year. The home of the Boxing Day Test. Also in the background is the highly unique AAMI Park - modeled brilliantly by Raz Goeta. Also surrounding the MCG is the venues hosting the Australian Open tennis - Rod Laver and Melbourne Arena (formerly Hisense). The Holden Centre, home of the Collingwood Football Club, also modeled by Raz, is also hiding in the background. Over 3 million people walk through the gates of the MCG during the AFL season. The average attendance here during season 2018 was 53,000. Cities don't sleep, so of course Melbourne includes full night lighting including P3D v4's native dynamic lighting. Melbourne Park all lit up Melbourne park as would be seen from the Eureka Tower The skyline from the west. The Melbourne Star really shines at night, a stunning view for the heavy haulers when approaching Tullamarine from the south More previews will come as AUv2 nears, but in the meantime all the best. Cheers! SOURCE
  6. Just to show the smooth performance in this dense area SOURCE
  7. So much time can be had just exploring these remote and picturesque airstrips.. There are just so many of them! Another challenging approach into Lake Wenatchee, just skimming the tree tops into this airstrip located at 1935ft above sea level SOURCE
  8. My first look at TE US Washington for X-Plane 11 (a little late to the party )... With such a vast area to explore it takes a while to get to grips with the scale of it all, both in distance and the verticality of it, not to mention the variety of landscapes within the region, a lot of which I've not touched on yet. xVision is used in all shots, using one of my own presets. Thank you for looking. And a huge thank you to Mark Halliwell for his kindness and assistance. SOURCE
  9. This scenery is just chock full of challenging airstrips. I stumbled upon this airport, 1200ft high on a plateau… A challenging approach not for the faint hearted! SOURCE
  10. Around Friday Harbour. Around Orcas island. SOURCE
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