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Okay folks welcome to July's Screenshot Competition.

This month we will have a themed subject. "Major Landmarks".

A external view of your plane passing by a famous landmark, obviously its got to be close enough to view the landmark :)

Rules at the top of the forum apply

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Well, I just couldn't resist this one. Nothing like taking a dig at a major blunder!

Good luck everyone!

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Oh!!! There isn't Manhattan installed on your computer, isn't it??

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Oh!!! There isn't Manhattan installed on your computer, isn't it??

It's just Liberty Island, free download from flightsim.com, courtesy of Alan D. Griswold. Just search for Statue of Liberty!

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OK I didn't know this scenery. Thx!!

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Hello, guys.

Passing over the Niagara in my "Mustang" (thanks Aerosoft).

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Passing Neuschwanstein on the way to Andras Field ;)

Good luck everyone!

Kind regards

Manuel

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Hello Folks, my entry with Omni's C152II «CS-DPD» near Tower Eiffel.

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not allowed? thought this topic would fit better

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I had made this Hawker Hunter repaint sometime last year as a tribute to the actions of Flight Lieutenant A.R.Pollock , who in protest at planned cutbacks in the armed forces in general and no plans to celebrate 50 years of the Royal Air Force ( 1st April 1918 ) , took off from RAF West Raynham on the 5th of April 1968 and flew under Tower Bridge in London . On his way back to base , he " buzzed " a few airfields as well and apparently " bombed " them with toilet rolls . Shortly hereafter he received a " medical discharge " from the RAF and it wasn't until the 1980's that his name was ( partially ) cleared .

As far as I know Flt Lt Pollock is still with us .

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John

PS Is this close enough Shaun ?

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Concorde flying low pass above middle of London.

From the wingview the lucky passenger could see both the Tower Bridge and London Eye!

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Hello, this is my Major Landmarks: The Jesus Statue Rio de Janeiro

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My entry: SF260s in close formation over Mount St. Helens.

Good Luck Everyone :)

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5 minutes from landing at Paine Field ,where the Boeing Everett Factory is located, to bring in some parts for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, the 787 mark can be seen under the aircraft on the grass field between the taxiways, good luck everyone19744799.jpg

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sotty , I uploaded a too biog file, but can't seem te edit the attachment.

Shaun, feel free to delete my posting.

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sorry , I uploaded a too biog file, but can't seem te edit the attachment.

Shaun, feel free to delete my posting.

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