Canadian Regions & Territories

Canadian Farm Maze

Another great farm maze here, this one is west of Toronto in Canada. I’ve rotated the image in thumbnail so you can make it out. It shows a farm, with barn and silo and wee tractor pulling a trailer at…

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Tuesday, 4th April 2006

The High Level Bridge

This is the Lethbridge Viaduct, better known as the High Level Bridge in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. Crossing the Oldman River valley this steel trestle bridge is up to 96 metres (314 ft) high and 1,624 metres (5,327 feet) long, making…

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Monday, 20th March 2006

Would You Like Some Ice With That?

Just off the the coast of Newfoundland, Canada (not far from St. John’s, the location of the oldest street in North America), there’s a patch of high-res sea which has captured some truly incredible images of icebergs. Zooming in further…

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Friday, 10th March 2006

Welcome from Honda

Visitors to Vancouver International Airport are greeted by this large type on a Honda warehouses. JVC aren’t so friendly with a simple roof logo to the West. Thanks: neosinific & Mike

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Monday, 7th November 2005

Power lines

Six huge towers hold power lines crossing the Saint Lawrence River, they’re quite cool. If you follow the lines to the north you’ll find another six not-so-huge towers as the lines have to cross another part of the river. Now…

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Thursday, 15th September 2005

Cirque du Soleil

This is the Cirque du Soleil in Montreal. Well, it’s one of them anyway.. the ‘Circus of the Sun’ is an entertainment company founded in 1984 by former fire-eater Guy Laliberté, and actually consists of at least 11 different troups…

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Thursday, 25th August 2005
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Rock ‘n’ Roll R.I.P.s

The world has a certain reverential (or just morbid) fascination with the death sites of famous musicians. The pantheon of dead music legends is far too great (and depressing) to capture in just one article, but here’s a look at just some of the famous/infamous places where great talents have met untimely ends.

Google Boat View

A few years ago it was a common joke to suggest that Google would follow the success of Street View…

England’s Model Villages

During the 19th and early 20th centuries, villages were constructed by English industrialists and landowners to provide housing close to…

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