Natural Landmarks

Face of Jesus Found In Sand Dune

Well it’s gotta be Jesus, right? I mean that dude’s forever popping up in toast/paint/fungus etc. so why should sand dunes be any different? Many thanks to Mick D and Greg Day.

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Tuesday, 5th July 2005

Burning Oil Fields

An incredible image here of burning oil fields in Iraq, just north of Basra. Zoom out to see how far the plumes of smoke have travelled, and zoom in to see how huge the fires are. Thanks to Sean, Jason…

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Thursday, 30th June 2005

Gibraltar

Gibraltar is an overseas territory of the United Kingdom on the southern tip of Spain. I visited Gibraltar while on a Spanish holiday a few years back and, just like the rest of the UK, it rained a lot. We’ll…

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Monday, 27th June 2005

Uluru

Uluru, which used to be known as Ayers Rock. A sacred site to the native Australians and an awesome sight to tourists. Thanks: Deef, Parker, Tim, nandhp, Winchester, Simon, Tom McDermott, Safog, Vaclav Papousek, Peter, Patxi, Charles, Mark, Mike, Michael…

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Thursday, 23rd June 2005

San Francisco Volcanic Field

Our final post of the 1st annual Google Sightseeing ‘Volcano Day’ is the simply incredible San Francisco volcanic field in northern Arizona. The field covers 4700 square kilometres and contains 600 volcanoes less than 6 million years old, including the…

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Tuesday, 21st June 2005

Mount Rainier

This is Mount Rainier, outside Seattle, Washington (fairly close to the previously posted Mount Saint Helens). At 4,392 metres, Mount Rainier is the highest mountain volcano in the continental contiguous U.S., and although there is no imminent risk of eruption,…

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Tuesday, 21st June 2005
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On July 29, 1836, the Arc de Triomphe was inaugurated after a lengthy construction process. The Tomb of the Unknown…

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