Utah

I Love You Susan

We’re pretty sure that this giant writing in the Utah desert says “I love you Susan”. Upside down, it also says “Will you?”… apparently he didn’t have room for the rest. I wonder if she did? Thanks: Kevin

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Thursday, 9th June 2005

Weird Writing

Somewhere in the middle of Utah we find this giant writing overlaying the photograph (make sure to zoom right in – it’s very big). The text reads “40 NAIP03 01026-44″ so appears to be a unique tag for that section…

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Wednesday, 8th June 2005

The University of Large Type

Studying at University can be quite a stressful experience so why not take your mind of things by indulging in a popular student pastime? No, not drinking and casual sex – creating gigantic letters on the side of a hill!…

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Wednesday, 25th May 2005

Overlapping seasons

Check out this cool picture of overlapping seasons in Utah, and another in Missouri on the Mississippi river. Thanks to Kyle French and Bill Keaggy.

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Saturday, 23rd April 2005

Rainbow Bridge, Utah

The world’s largest natural bridge. The surrounding landscape is very surreal, it all looks like it is sculpted out of play dough. Thanks Jeff Reynolds.

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Friday, 8th April 2005

More Weirdness

More weird patterns and colours here with some pollution controlling algae salt ponds in the San Francisco Bay and some salt pools potash mine run-off pools in the Utah mountains. (Via)

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Thursday, 7th April 2005
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