You got that right I've tried a virtual landing a couple of times, and even though it's not the same thing as IRL it sure is difficult.
For the rest of you, St. Bartholemy landings are often done just at the foot of a hill. And on top of that hill spotters usually park with their car, meaning that the pilot has some 5-10 feet below him. And this is how it looks when the plane is about to touch down:
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Photo © Christian HANUISE
You can just barely see the start of the hill.