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Giant Pumpkin!

Now make sure your children’s eyes are covered, because we’ve found a completely naked Giant Pumpkin on Street View! Mmmm, pumpkin…. Thanks to Brian.

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Thursday, 31st May 2007

Inappropriate Images In Street View

In the comments on our last post one of our readers posted a link to this, er, revealing billboard advert parked in front of the Bellagio, Las Vegas. Which of course raises a question about the suitability of these images…

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Thursday, 31st May 2007

Planes Towing Banners

Check out this fantastic capture of a plane towing a banner message past a packed beach in Italy. Here’s another plane towing a message off the coast of South Carolina (where there’s also a great shot of someone parasailing too).…

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Wednesday, 23rd May 2007

DUMAC?

In the comments of this morning’s Underwater Explosion post reader Julian found this great large type. Apparently made of trees planted in the water, the word may well be “DUMAC” or Ducks Unlimited de México. Despite the title, Ducks Unlimited…

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Tuesday, 1st May 2007

Big Fish

Leaping out of the back of someone’s house is a gigantic Bass fish. The record for the world’s largest Bass fish ever caught was set way back in 1932, when a George W. Perry caught a 22lb, 4oz largemouth, which…

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Wednesday, 11th April 2007

You! America Make Proud!

A farmer has written a giant message to the landing pilots of the nearby 549th Strategic Missile Squadron. The field says “You! America Make Proud!”. I’m not sure of the exact meaning of this cryptic message, I guess the most…

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Monday, 9th April 2007

Welcome to Google Sightseeing

Google Sightseeing takes you on a tour of the world as seen from satellite, using the free Google Earth program, or Google Maps in your web browser. Our team of authors present weird and wonderful sights as suggested by readers.

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Previously on Google Sightseeing

On this day: First World Cup Final

Goooooooooooooaaaaaaaaaaaaalllllllll!!!!! On July 30, 1930, Uruguay beat Argentina 4-2 to win the first World Cup Final at the Estadio Centenario…

On this day: The Arc de Triomphe Was Inaugurated

On July 29, 1836, the Arc de Triomphe was inaugurated after a lengthy construction process. The Tomb of the Unknown…

On this day: Fire at Weston-Super-Mare’s Grand Pier

On July 28, 2008, the Grand Pier at Weston-Super-Mare burned down. This classic seaside icon dates from 1904 but had…

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