Giant Plane

We’ve had loads of planes posted in the comments thread of the Planes In Flight Mega Post, but none as big as this one! Obviously it’s just very close to the camera, but still, it’s really cool Thanks: Peter Gluck

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Thursday, 9th June 2005

Water Skiing

We’re not sure, but we think this looks awfully like someone water-skiing in Wollochet Bay, right next to Tacoma Narrows Airport. What do you guys reckon? Thanks to Ericson Canavan.

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Thursday, 9th June 2005

I Love You Susan

We’re pretty sure that this giant writing in the Utah desert says “I love you Susan”. Upside down, it also says “Will you?”… apparently he didn’t have room for the rest. I wonder if she did? Thanks: Kevin

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Thursday, 9th June 2005

Barringer Meteor Crater

This is the Barringer Meteor Crater, outside Flagstaff, Arizona. It’s the result of a 300,000 ton meteor coliding with the Earth around 50,000 years ago. The crater is about 1.5 kilometers in diameter and 170 metres deep. It was the…

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Wednesday, 8th June 2005

Fast Freighter

Here’s a totally huge freighter off the coast of California. Check out how cool its wake is too! Thanks to Jason for this one

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Tuesday, 7th June 2005

Scotch Tape

Apparently Canada is held together with Scotch tape. Well, who would have thought that! Many thanks to Ben Singleton and Andrew McC.

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Tuesday, 7th June 2005

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