So I’m back again in this category. Woah! Sorta comes and goes I guess, sometimes I’m here almost everyday making screenshots, sometimes I’m not. Either way, I’m here with some photos, of course! So today, I’m starting a new series, called “The Spirit of Alaska.” I’ve gone up to Alaska — and for that matter, up to 70,000 feet as well. Fun fact, Alaska is my second favorite state (After NC and it’s airport KCLT). Anyway, I came here to showcase the pure beauty of the state of Alaska (Which I think I’ve done before, but not to this extent). From mountains, to lakes, rivers, to tundra, all of which are in Alaska. So now how I did this. I took an F-22 to 70,000 feet, went to freecam, and got a photo of the scenery. Then, I took a plane, made it a transparent image, then pasted it on top of the scenery photo. Now that is photoshop, but everything in these photos are features in IF, so I believe it follows the guidelines. Anyway, enough of my lecturing, let’s see some photos!
My first photo, takes us to the southern panhandle of Alaska — the Juneau area to be exact. This A320 in Alaska’s new livery, flies over the mountains, rivers, forests, and every other type of landform in the area.
Although this isn’t a photo of the main tundra up far north, a (smaller) flat area of land (it’s not a tundra, it’s a tiny area of land) is shown below this Alaska CRJ-700. The rivers, towns/cities, and even the mountains in the background are all shown in this photo. And the ocean is (barely) visible!
This is my favorite of these photos, an Alaska 737-800 banks over the mountains of the Alaska Peninsula. You can see 2 lakes in this photo, snow, forests, and even the ocean! Another example of Alaska’s diverse landscape.
Like I said earlier, this is a series so expect part 2 coming soon!
So thanks for stopping by, feedback is accepted like always, and feel free to PM me if you need any transparent images of IF planes. And have a great day, IFC!