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|A composite of aerial photographs found of Lady Elliot Island. (A small coral island found of the coast of south-east Queensland, the southern-most island of the great barrier reef)||08/13/2008||948|
|Since the lighthouse started operation on November 15, 1881, it has guided countless vessels into Seattle's Elliot Bay, located just south of the point.|
The West Point Lighthouse is now part of Discovery Park, Seattle's largest city park.
|Float Planes parked at McGrath Airport, Alaska||11/28/2007||834|
|Float planes docked in Vancouver, BC|
Structure next is the Convention Centre with two criuse ships tied up.
Zoom to the left to see the Lions Gate Bridge.
Piles of yellow stuff are sulpher.
Head south a bit and you will see log booms in the river.
|You will find some Test-Area in Nevada.|
In the middle you will see a "airport"-simulation (with one plane).
In the south there is a place with parking tanks.
In the north is a dry lake with some oil exploration circles.
|Looks like a race motorboat vs. plane and on the sailboat maybe the referee?||07/22/2006||524|
|This is an American Airlines flight leaving the Dallas Ft. Worth Airport headed north. Very similar to the "Transient Planes In Boston" below. After you 'fly' to this kmz, scroll north and you will see the same plane and its shadow again. Scroll a little further north (you'll have to zoom out a little) and you will see the plane/shadow a third time. Continue north and you will see the shado...||07/09/2005||1,584|
|El Lago de Chapala (Lake Chapala) in Jalisco, Mexico.|
It is Mexico's biggest freshwater lake, and from 1970/80 to 2002 it was getting smaller and smaller because of continued and flagrant use by corrupt officials and illegal pumping. Due to heavy rains, however, the lake has gotten progressively bigger and bigger. The High-Resolution parts in the north of the lake are probably dated from...
|The seaplane airport north of Anchorage International Airport is said to be the world´s busiest seaplane port.|
There is one seaplane taking off (already posted here) plus dozens of seaplanes parked in the northern and north-eastern part of the lake as well as on solid ground to the south-west
|During the 1972 Christmas air raids, Vietnamese soldiers in Hanoi shot down a B-52 bomber. The plane crashed in Hun Tiep Lake, where it has remained ever since. About the size of a backyard swimming pool, Hun Tiep is not much of a lake. Plastic bags, candy wrappers and other garbage drift about its murky green water. |
|Leaving Salt Lake City||08/30/2005||630|
|Longest bridge in the world. Connects the south and north shores of Lake Pontchartrain. Distance is 24 miles.||07/23/2005||660|