|Rating||Date Added||Downloads|| |
|Data submitted to OpenStreetMap of people walking, driving and cycling around London. So the thicker the lines, the more people travelled them.|
|My first identified dog on Google Earth !|
Image accuracy in this area is close to centimetric ... amazing.
I was walking over The Hague and saw this group of people. First surfing at 100 meters I thought there was somebody lying on the floor, but in fact it is a large black dog.
|people visible walking on top of Grisdale Pike in the Lake District||02/20/2008||473|
|Castle originally constructed in the 11th century with addtions dating up to the 13th century. Now a major tourist attraction and people regularly use the moat bank as a dog-walking path.||02/17/2006||309|
|This town of Bilma in the middle of the Sahara Desert is shown in high-res. You can see the people walking down the main street.||03/21/2006||1,508|
|This bridge is a walking only bridge that connects Portland, PA to Columbia, NJ. It used to be a covered bridge before a flood hit.||08/05/2005||321|
|ex-Civil-Service Playing Fields in Southampton, UK.|
25,000 people with nowhere to play and meet within walking distance. Local group trying to save the field from housing development and return its use to the community.
See the website http://www.shirleypark.info for the dream.
Loads of local maps and historic documents.
|This walking bridge is located in the East Orange Public Water Works, which is located in Livingston, NJ. 30 years ago, as a kid, we used to walk waaaay out to it (We lived about 3 miles away) and walk across the crickety old footbridge which led to an island. You could also walk across the next bridge, which led back into the forest, but we never did because it seemed to dangerous. As you can...||11/30/2005||298|
|Sculpture made by Jonathan Borofsky.||05/18/2008||388|
|This sculpture was made by Jonathan Borofsky. ||05/09/2008||1,158|
|While living in that city I saw it live. Its about 6 or 7 meters high....||01/09/2007||673|
|At the end of January Google took some aerial pictures from a plane of a few beaches in Australia where people were celebrating Australia Day. This is Bondi Beach and you can see hundreds of high-res people. Zooming in closer, you can really make out details. And yes...some people are topless.||03/11/2007||7,415|