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Lac Lalolalo

Lac Lalolalo

Le lac Lalolao est un lac de Wallis, une île de l'océan Pacifique qui relève de Wallis-et-Futuna. D'une superficie de douze hectares1, ce lac de cratère constitue la plus grande étendue d'eau de cette collectivité d'outre-mer française. Il n'abrite que deux espèces de poisson : Oreochromis mossambicus et Anguilla obscura. La présence de cette dernière en l'absence de communication connue avec ...
No rating yet09/19/201391Google Earth Logo
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foot looking pond

foot looking pond

a pond that looks like a foot
Rating of 504/09/2013178Google Earth Logo
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Heart shaped lake

Heart shaped lake

Heart shaped lake near Ingolstadt
No rating yet09/08/2011244Google Earth Logo
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Something under the water

Something under the water

Just a glitch or there is something under the water there?...
No rating yet05/21/2011490Google Earth Logo
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Calving iceberg

Calving iceberg

At Antarctica an iceberg calved just as the satellite took the photo of the area. You can see the waves as the iceberg broke apart and turned into two.
Rating of 504/13/2011477Google Earth Logo
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World of waterfalls

World of waterfalls

Site with waterfalls worldwide.

To have them showing up in GE click on View larger map. Then they show up in GM but you'll also see a link over the map to GE. Click there and they show up in GE with a link to each waterfall.
No rating yet08/08/2010867Google Earth Logo

Lakes of Rhone Mediteranean Basin

Lakes of Rhone Mediteranean Basin

Lakes of Rhone river and Mediteranean sea basin.
No rating yet05/06/2010388Google Earth Logo
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Triberg Falls

Triberg Falls

Triberg Falls is one of the highest waterfalls in Germany with a descent of 163 metres (at between 711 and 872 metres above sea level[1]), and is a landmark in the Black Forest region. Above Triberg, in the midst of Black Forest, the Gutach river plunges over seven major steps from a gently undulated high plain into a rocky V-shaped valley.

In Triberg, at the bottom of the falls,...
No rating yet02/20/2010647Google Earth Logo
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Hukou Waterfall

Hukou Waterfall

The Hukou Waterfall (Chinese: 壶口瀑布; pinyin: Hǔ Kǒu Pù Bù; Wade-Giles: Hǔ Kǒu Pù Bù), the largest waterfall on the Yellow River, the second largest waterfall in China (after the Huangguoshu Waterfall), is located at the intersection of Shanxi Province and Shaanxi Province, 165 kilometers to the west of Fenxi City, and 50 kilometers to the east of Y...
No rating yet09/10/2009492Google Earth Logo
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Pitch Lake asphalt deposit lake

Pitch Lake asphalt deposit lake

The Pitch Lake is the largest natural deposit of asphalt in the world, located at La Brea in southwest Trinidad. It has fascinated explorers, scientists and the common folk since its discovery by Sir Walter Raleigh in the year 1595. Raleigh himself found immediate use for the asphalt to caulk his ship. Since then, there have been numerous research investigations into the use and chemical compos...
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Kjosfossen - Norways most famous waterfall

Kjosfossen - Norways most famous waterfall

The Kjosfossen is a legendary waterfall in Norway. It belongs to the municipality of Aurland in Sogn og Fjordane province and is located directly on the Flåmsbanen (railway between Myrdal and Flåm. 1951, near the waterfall, a stopping place for trains was built for the train passengers leave the train in order to visit the waterfall. It's an impressing sight and the sound from the water is like...
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Reichenbach Falls - And Sherlock Holmes

Reichenbach Falls - And Sherlock Holmes

The Reichenbach Falls (Reichenbachfall) are a series of waterfalls near Meiringen in Bern canton in central Switzerland. They have a total drop of 250 m (820 ft). At 90 m (295.2 ft), the Upper Reichenbach Falls is one of the highest cataracts in the Alps. The falls are made accessible by the Reichenbachfall-Bahn funicular railway.

Today, a hydro-electric power company harnesses t...
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Indonesia Lake

Indonesia Lake

A DC-3 overlooks a lake in Jakarta where the island create a map of Indonesia.
Rating of 406/17/2009674Google Earth Logo
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Lake Dot

Lake Dot

This is Lake Dot in Orlando, Florida. When I saw it the first time (while looking for Amway Arena next door) I thought it was a terrain error and that it looked like a black hole. A few of the buildings to the lower right are really tilting toward it (turn off 3D buildings function).

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The Trollhattan Falls

The Trollhattan Falls

What the Niagara Falls are for the USA and Canada is Trollhättan Falls for Sweden. But in smaller dimentions. But noisy as Niagara Falls.

In the years 1800, 1844 and 1916 locks were build to control the flow from the lake Vänern so boats could sail down to Kattegat. And to produce electricity.

The water falls 32 meters from 3 locks with 300 m3 water per second. Ori...
No rating yet04/17/2009649Google Earth Logo
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Cohoes Falls, New York

Cohoes Falls, New York

The Cohoes Falls is a waterfall on the Mohawk River in Cohoes, New York. Discovered by the indigenous Mohawk tribe, the falls' original name was Ga-ha-oose, which is believed to mean "The Place of the Falling Canoe." Cohoes historian Arthur Masten also wrote in his 1880 history that the phrase might mean "Potholes in the River," referring to the potholes which appear in the riverbed when it is ...
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Kuhflucht-waterfalls

Kuhflucht-waterfalls


The Kuhflucht-waterfalls near Farchant in Bavaria are three waterfalls that are in sum 270 meters high. So they are one of the highest waterfalls in Germany
Rating of 307/20/2008459Google Earth Logo
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Roethbachfall - Germanys tallest waterfall

Roethbachfall - Germanys tallest waterfall

This is the tallest waterfall in Germany. It's located in the very southeast corner of Germany, about 20 air miles south of Salzburg, Austria. The falls consist of three tiers, a large horsetail, a smaller plunge, and a series of cascades before the stream flows into Lake Königssee.

It falls 469 meters (1540 feet) in 3 drops.

Photo taken in september with low water.
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Havasupai Falls

Havasupai Falls

These are the beautiful Havasupai Falls (or sometimes called Havasu Falls) in part of the Grand Canyon. The falls are fed by Havasu Creek which is known for it's beautiful blue-green water and limestone formations.
No rating yet07/19/20071,749Google Earth Logo
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Lower Falls - Yellowstone

Lower Falls - Yellowstone

The Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River is the most inspiring of the waterfalls in Yellowstone National Park. It is 308 ft. high, and thunders through the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. It is certainly a must see for all visitors to the park...
-http://www.waterfallswest.com/wy-lower-yellowstone-falls.html
Rating of 506/06/20072,142Google Earth Logo
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A nice waterfall

A nice waterfall

This is a very nice and high waterfall in the near of the street from Interlaken to Grindelwald (Switzerland).
I visited it in 2000 for a breakfast after travel home to the hostel in Titisee-Neustadt.
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Nevada Fall

Nevada Fall

Nevada Fall is a 594' high waterfall located on the Merced River in Yosemite National Park in California.
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Huangguoshu Fall

Huangguoshu Fall

The larggest fall in China. width:20m(40m in summer) height:60m
Rating of 3.66666666611/09/20062,139Google Earth Logo
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Antalya

Antalya

Waterfall
Rating of 3.2510/01/20061,019Google Earth Logo
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Manavgat

Manavgat

Waterfall
Rating of 410/01/2006802Google Earth Logo
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