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Flying near and over Detroit


Rupert
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I never lived as far north as Detroit. But working in the automobile business, I spent considerable time in that area. Our corporate offices, various suppliers, venders, etc. were scattered all over the lower part of Michigan.

 

Being happily retired, I had the time to take a look around with my sim. And I didn't have to attend a single meeting!!!;):D

 

Remember to click on the shots to get their description.

 

1 Downwind to KONZ.jpg

 

2 Turning to Final KONZ.jpg

 

3 Runway in sight ILS CYQ6 Ontario Canada.jpg

 

5 T&G Climbout at CYQ6.jpg

 

7 Final to KDET.jpg

 

8 Over KDET with downtown Detriot in the distance.jpg

 

9 Detroit and Windsor.jpg

 

10 The Renn Center.jpg

 

11 International Bridge.jpg

 

12 Approaching Belle Isle.jpg

Being an old chopper guy I usually fly low and slow.
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Nice flying in SE Michigan and the Detroit area. You were in my neck of the woods for sure! :pilot:

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Very nice shots Michael! :) Don't see to much from that area. :)

 

Frankly the Rust Belt of any country isn't terribly interesting or usually terribly attractive from the air! So I don't suppose the scenery people put too much effort into them. However Detroit is covered better than some. I even found Commercia Field, the new home of the Tigers. I took a screenie of it but somehow must have deleted it. I may back and re-shoot it, I thought it looked pretty good.

 

And as always, thanks to everyone who looks and especially those who comment on my attempts! ;)

 

Michael

Being an old chopper guy I usually fly low and slow.
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