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November's Screen-Shot Contest - CLIMB OUT!!

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Well, folks, the title says it all.  Show us your best climb-out shot.

 

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Users are allowed to change their posted image up until the time frame allowing you to do so expires.  If you fail to post an image based on the theme of the month, it is very likely that the image will not be considered during "judgment day".  As Always   - All participants are ONLY allowed 1 image.  Sorry I got carried away, have not done much leisure simming lately :)

 

 

GOOD LUCK TO ALL!!!

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Out from RPLL i think, not sure, its some time since i did this flight, but i am sure, but correct me if i am wrong.

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Not in the position to make a special screenshot for this month's comp I'm afraid, but luckily I have enough in stock to keep joining ;)

 

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Climbing out of Locher

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Climbing out with the HH65C Dolphin in Nantucket. A little bit different to the other shots, I hope that counts. ;) 

 

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Nice,

 

but: you climb out only a few feet high and reach such a remarkable speed at the same time?

 

What I mean: the life-jacket for every Heli-pilot is enough height to realize autorotation.

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Let me introduce myself with this picture:

 

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Edit: Wenn ich hier noch etwas fragen darf:

das Bild kommt hier ziemlich verwaschen heraus, auch wenn ich mit rechter Maustaste "Grafik anzeigen" anklicke.

Nur wenn man mit rechter Maustaste auf "Link in neuem Tab öffnen" klickt, erscheint es mit seiner vollen Auflösung und Brillianz.

Auch die beiden Kräne im Gegenlicht kommen dann erst richtig zur Geltung.

Habe ich beim Einstellen des Bildes vielleicht etwas falsch gemacht?

 

Edit: Please have a look at the fragile cranes against the sunlight.

Have you seen the car and the truck behind the fence under the tail of the 747?

(It might be necessary to make a right mouseclick on the picture and open it in a new tab to see all the tiny details.)

 

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Well, how can i have a chance here, all you guys posts pictures of big birds, and i dont even fly them, i dont even have them at all, they were deleted for one reason only, i hate those big birds. I only fly props, i never touched those big ones, never, so good luck big boys

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vor 4 Stunden , geir_haukland sagte:

Well, how can i have a chance here, all you guys posts pictures of big birds

 

Oh, look at the really pretty and dynamic pictures from Simeon (kroswynd).

Six from seven don't show big birds.

We all should be glad that we don't have his screenshots as competitors.

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On 11/7/2017 at 12:20 PM, geir_haukland said:

Well, how can i have a chance here, all you guys posts pictures of big birds, and i dont even fly them, i dont even have them at all, they were deleted for one reason only, i hate those big birds. I only fly props, i never touched those big ones, never, so good luck big boys

Bigger doesn't mean better Geir... 

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Nice!

I like these perpectives very much.

And your line of climbing is nearly perfectly diagonal from corner to corner.

This makes it very dynamic.

Same is your gear just comin' in.

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14 hours ago, John Kunde said:

Nice!

I like these perpectives very much.

And your line of climbing is nearly perfectly diagonal from corner to corner.

This makes it very dynamic.

Same is your gear just comin' in.

 

Thank you kindly! I had numerous shots to choose from but I also felt that although not much is seen of the aircraft this definitely had the "climb out" feel.

 

Climb out (as you said) being from the start of gear retraction and onwards. 

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