I was browsing my Yahoo! News and found this great article from PC World called In Pictures: The Strangest Sights in Google Earth. Check these out!
This is from Alberta, Canada. Doesn’t it look like an American Indian wearing headphones?
This is a man-made lake near Bauru, Brazil. I wonder who’s idea this was?
Why is that car parked on the side of the building?
Can you believe the detail in this herd of elephants captured by Google Earth in Africa? UPDATE: Well, although this came from the PC World article (go look for yourself) and says “Google’s satellites sometimes catch the Earth’s inhabitants on the move, like these ten African elephants (Google Earth coordinates 10.903497,19.93229)”, people have commented that this was taken by possibly a helicopter (which may be one of the methods Google Earth uses) and that this may be misleading so in any case, according to PC World this is from Google Earth.
Just one of many crop circles. Here is a link to the Google Earth Community Crop Circle Collection.
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Why is a fighter jet parked in a parking lot in a residential neighborhood near Paris?
One Google Earth Community has placemarks for more than 3300 planes in flight, including this World War II bomber, flying over Huntingdon, England.
I really enjoyed these and I hope you do too.
Becky Carleton, a librarian at the Johnson County Library in Kansas challenged me to name ten pieces
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