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UFO

Tensuns says: I have no idea what this is. I can’t find anything similar on any google map referenced sites. It doesn’t show up on terraserver and I live nearby so I know there are no towers in that area.…

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Thursday, 12th May 2005

Blimp Over The Florida Coast

Here is a great shot of a blimp over the beaches of Clearwater Beach, Florida. Thanks: MTBguy

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Monday, 25th April 2005

Space Shuttle

More spaceships! We’ve already posted Cape Canaveral, but it’s worth noting that you can also see a space shuttle with its boosters lying nearby, as well as the vehicle assembly building where they put all this stuff together. Jim Thompson…

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Friday, 22nd April 2005

Pro Player Stadium

In Miami, Florida there’s the Pro Player Stadium, home of the Florida Marlins and Miami Dolphins. You can clearly read IOWA in the end zone, which dates this photo to around January 2nd 2003 when USC beat Iowa 38-17 in…

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Thursday, 14th April 2005

Cape Canaveral

The two shuttle launch sites and hangar at Cape Canaveral are quite recognisable. You can can follow the giant roadway from the hangar to the launch sites but it’s only when you zoom right in you realise how big they…

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Thursday, 7th April 2005

Disney World

Disney World, FL: With Mickey shaped pond. Scroll up for more (it’s a big place!).

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Wednesday, 6th April 2005
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The War of 1812 – Canada

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Recent Comments

  1. Alex Turnbull: Hi Jeffery! That’s Awaji Kannon, a statue of Guanyin which, as you suspected, is 100m only when...
  2. Jeffrey Friedl: If one believes Wikipedia, this guy in Japan is 100m tall. http://goo.gl/maps/Ah472...
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