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jeudi 1 octobre 2015

[Pack] Scènes anglaises la Manche - English Channel Sceneries

Les différentes scènes du sud de l'Angleterre pour FTX England ont été rassemblées dans un unique pack pour plus de facilité d'utilisation. 

http://wwvecscen.blogspot.fr/p/telechargements-downloads.html

 The various sceneries of South coast of English Channel for FTX England have been gathered into a single package for ease of use.

dimanche 20 septembre 2015

Nouveau matériel et Nouvel OS - New hardware and New OS

Plutôt que de migrer depuis Windows 7, j'ai préféré entrer dans le monde de Windows 10 directement à l'occasion de l'achat d'un nouveau joujou !
Instead of migrating from Windows 7, I prefer to enter to the world of Windows 10 by taking ad vantage of purchasing a new tech toy !

Mon choix s'est porté sur un portable GT72 2QE-1650FR doté d'une Intel Core i7 de 5e génération et d'une carte graphique GTX-980M 4K. Windows 10 est installé sur un SSD de 128Go tandis qu'un disque de 1To sert pour le stockage.
I made my mind up for a laptop MSI GT72 2QE-1650FR powered by a 5th generation Intel Core i7 a graphic card GTX-980M 4K. Windows 10 is installed on a 128GB SSD whereas 1TB HDD is dedicated to storage.


Voici quelques images du premier vol sur FSX avec cette nouvelle machine du côté de Jan Mayen.
Here's some pictures of the first flight on FSX over jan Mayen with that new rig.










lundi 6 juillet 2015

10 Reasons to Always Say Thank You

“Thank you” – two simple words with the power to change our entire outlook on life. Here are 10 great reasons why this phrase of gratitude belongs in the forefront of our daily interactions in every season.

1. Saying thank you keeps us humble:
“Ingratitude produces pride while gratitude produces humility.” – Orrin Woodward

2. Saying thank you makes us fully appreciate our blessings:
“Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.” – Oprah Winfrey

3. Saying thank you makes us feel more optimistic:
“It is impossible to be negative while we are giving thanks.” – Donald Curtis

4. Saying thank you encourages compassion, kindness and love:
“A thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue, but the parent of all other virtues.” – Cicero

5. Saying thank you shows selflessness:
"Make it a habit to tell people thank you. To express your appreciation, sincerely and without the expectation of anything in return." – Ralph Marston

6. Saying thank you is good for the spirit:
“Saying ‘thank you’ is more than good manners. It is good spirituality.” – Alfred Painter

7. Saying thank you is good for the heart:
"Gratitude is the memory of the heart." – Jean Baptiste Massieu

8. Saying thank you can be a kind of prayer:
“If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is thank you, it will be enough.” – Meister Eckhart

9. Saying thank you inspires wonder in our existence:
"We can only be said to be alive in those moments when our hearts are conscious of our treasures." – Thornton Wilder

10. Saying thank you connects us to the goodness within others:
"Appreciation is a wonderful thing. It makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well." – Voltaire
“Thank you” – two simple words with the power to change our entire outlook on life. Here are 10 great reasons why this phrase of gratitude belongs in the forefront of our daily interactions in every season.
1. Saying thank you keeps us humble:
“Ingratitude produces pride while gratitude produces humility.” – Orrin Woodward
2. Saying thank you makes us fully appreciate our blessings:
“Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.” – Oprah Winfrey
3. Saying thank you makes us feel more optimistic:
“It is impossible to be negative while we are giving thanks.” – Donald Curtis
4. Saying thank you encourages compassion, kindness and love:
“A thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue, but the parent of all other virtues.” – Cicero
5. Saying thank you shows selflessness:
"Make it a habit to tell people thank you. To express your appreciation, sincerely and without the expectation of anything in return." – Ralph Marston
6. Saying thank you is good for the spirit:
“Saying ‘thank you’ is more than good manners. It is good spirituality.” – Alfred Painter
7. Saying thank you is good for the heart:
"Gratitude is the memory of the heart." – Jean Baptiste Massieu
8. Saying thank you can be a kind of prayer:
“If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is thank you, it will be enough.” – Meister Eckhart
9. Saying thank you inspires wonder in our existence:
"We can only be said to be alive in those moments when our hearts are conscious of our treasures." – Thornton Wilder
10. Saying thank you connects us to the goodness within others:
"Appreciation is a wonderful thing. It makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well." – Voltaire
Unlike many phrases in the English language, “thank you” never diminishes in meaning with repetition. When we use it to guide our conversations and structure our relationships, it can be amazing how often we start to hear “thank you” in return.
- See more at: http://www.mindfueldaily.com/livewell/thank-you#sthash.80JCY6JP.dpuf
“Thank you” – two simple words with the power to change our entire outlook on life. Here are 10 great reasons why this phrase of gratitude belongs in the forefront of our daily interactions in every season.
1. Saying thank you keeps us humble:
“Ingratitude produces pride while gratitude produces humility.” – Orrin Woodward
2. Saying thank you makes us fully appreciate our blessings:
“Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.” – Oprah Winfrey
3. Saying thank you makes us feel more optimistic:
“It is impossible to be negative while we are giving thanks.” – Donald Curtis
4. Saying thank you encourages compassion, kindness and love:
“A thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue, but the parent of all other virtues.” – Cicero
5. Saying thank you shows selflessness:
"Make it a habit to tell people thank you. To express your appreciation, sincerely and without the expectation of anything in return." – Ralph Marston
6. Saying thank you is good for the spirit:
“Saying ‘thank you’ is more than good manners. It is good spirituality.” – Alfred Painter
7. Saying thank you is good for the heart:
"Gratitude is the memory of the heart." – Jean Baptiste Massieu
8. Saying thank you can be a kind of prayer:
“If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is thank you, it will be enough.” – Meister Eckhart
9. Saying thank you inspires wonder in our existence:
"We can only be said to be alive in those moments when our hearts are conscious of our treasures." – Thornton Wilder
10. Saying thank you connects us to the goodness within others:
"Appreciation is a wonderful thing. It makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well." – Voltaire
Unlike many phrases in the English language, “thank you” never diminishes in meaning with repetition. When we use it to guide our conversations and structure our relationships, it can be amazing how often we start to hear “thank you” in return.
- See more at: http://www.mindfueldaily.com/livewell/thank-you#sthash.80JCY6JP.dpuf

lundi 8 juin 2015

Eastbourne & Beachy Head


Le troisième et dernier opus des scènes dédiées aux Blanches Falaises de Douvres est enfin terminé après plus d'un an en sommeil.

The third and last opus of sceneries dedicated to the White Cliffs od Dover is now released after a hold for one year.


 



Eastbourne est une ville et une importante station balnéaire du comté de Sussex de l'Est, sur la côte sud de l’Angleterre. Reconnue comme le modèle de l'urbanisme victorien, la ville conserve encore quelques monuments remarquables comme la Grande Jetée (Pier), les batîments du port de plaisance ou encore le kiosque à musique néoclassique (BrandStand). Eastbourne garde également de cette époque les fortifications qui défendent la ville des attaques (françaises) depuis la mer.
Les falaises à l'ouest sont très abruptes. Le lieu débute par une avancée surnommé Beachy Head qui se prolongent vers l'ouest par une série de falaises plus petites, les Seven Sisters. Cette zone constitue un des principaux sites remarquables du sud de l'Angleterre et a inspiré les artistes de l'époque romantique.
Les champs au dessus des falaises sont destinés à l'élevage de bétail (moutons) et sont parsemés de petits réservoirs captants l'eau de pluie (dew pound).
L'ancien phare de Belletout est a été remplacé par un autre au niveau de la mer et est converti en gîte.



Eastbourne is both a town and a major seaside resort of Sussex County in the east, on the south coast of England. Recognized as a major example of Victorian urbanism, the town still retains some outstanding monuments like the Great Pier, the buildings of the marina or the neoclassical BrandStand. Eastbourne also keeps until now the fortitications from 19th century defending the place from French attacks by the sea.
The cliffs on the west are steep. The place starts with an advanced height nicknamed Beachy Head which extends towards the west by a series of smaller cliffs,the Seven Sisters. That area is one of the main sites of southern England and has inspired most of artists of the Romantic era.
The fields above the cliffs are intended for livestock (sheeps) and are dotted with small acquisitive tanks for rain water (dew pond).
The old lighthouse called Belletout was replaced by another at sea level and is converted into lodging. 



Eastbourne District Hospital

ASDA supermarket

The Marina of Sovereign Harbour

Sovereign Harbour

Eastbourne Sewage Works

Sovereign Center



The Pier



The Redoubt Fortress

The Brandstand

Wish Tower
Beginning of the White Cliffs
Beachy Head

Belletout Lighthouse Lodge

Birling Gap




















mardi 12 mai 2015

Lady Musgrave - Great Barrier Reef

Personne ne connait vraiment Lady Musgrave, épouse d'Anthony Musgrave gouverneur colonial du Queensland au 19e siècle. En revanche, le nom qu'elle a donné à la seconde grande île de la Grande Barrière de Corail en Australie est beaucoup plus célèbre. En effet, ce lieu est connu dans le monde entier pour être l'un des plus beau spot de plongée au monde.

Si vous n'avez pas la possibilité de vous y rendre pour de vrai, je vous propose de le faire virtuellement alors en vous mettant plein les yeux des images du paradis sur terre !





Nobody really knows Lady Musgrave, wife of Anthony Musgrave the colonial governor of Queensland in the 19th century. However, the name it has given to the second largest island in the Great Barrier Reef in Australia is much more famous. Indeed, this place is known worldwide for being one of the best diving spot in the world.

If you do not have the opportunity to go there for real, I suggest you do so virtually putting you in his eyes images of heaven on earth !


Scène disponible dans la section Scènes -- Scenery available into the Sceneries section 

Zone couverte - Coverage area



Quelques images sous P3D2 - Some pics from P3D2