Hey everyone! This evening I’m doing a flight from KSJC to KSEA in an Alaska 737-900.
I just had a cool view of the last bit of sunset off the wingtip that I thought I would share!
I am currently in the training server.
Edit: I was in the Casual Server, not the Training Server when this pic was taken.
Great Photo! Put per the category rules, HUD views etc, are not allowed, please have a look of the rules I have linked below!
The purpose of this category is to provide a place for all photos and videos taken/created by the community.
Anyone can post in this category.
As well as our
Guide to the Community, the following rules apply within this category when posting:
Only one topic can be made per photo group (e.g. event, flight, spotting session etc.)
No more than one topic per day
No more than 10 photos per topic
All HUD views, sidebars, display names and boxes must be hidden
It must not include any images that …
Cheers mate! Have a good one! :)
Gotta say, SunDown is a great time of day🤓 nice pic🙏🏽
I didn’t think that the airport names counted as “HUD view”? And from what I understand, the Display Names requirement pertains to other pilot callsigns.
If I’m wrong, I do apologize!
It’s all good. Airport names shouldn’t be shown in the photos as per the rules.
I just wanted to give you a heads up for your next post.
Can’t wait to see more screenshot topics from you!
Take Care mate!
Thanks for the info/heads up! I appreciate it!
I just dropped below the cloud line, on initial descent! Here’s a cool shot of the sky being a burnt orange.
Anyone know why the sky looks different when above vs. below the cloud line?
The Sun reflects off the individual water droplets of a cloud, making a shiny firey orange droplet, causing a cloud to turn orange, above the cloud, you see the sky also reflecting on the water droplets, causing a lighter orange looking cloud surface.
very cool! I don’t do much night flying IRL, so I don’t usually see an effect like this!
Many early-morning flights though!
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#, thanks! screenshots-and-videos