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Inverted North Korea

Wednesday, 20th July 2005 by

Check out this weird section of image that woowoowoo found in North Korea. He said: Somehow a whole chunk of data has inverted colours – taken into Photoshop and inverted, it looks much more correct. In our first thumbnail you can see a section of the image as it appears on Google Maps, and our second image is the exact same image after the colours were inverted in Photoshop.

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