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|A bridge in the UK with really cool shadows. Lots of information, including a really great picture, within the placemark's description.||04/17/2006||346|
|Two bridges side-by-side cast perfect shadows in central Alberta, Canada.||05/17/2006||282|
|The same location as
but here you can see that there is one original plane with three shadows. For the second shadow there is no photographed original, it seems to be vanished. Very strange...
|Can you guess which is the actual plane, an which are it's shadows?||09/09/2006||513|
|These 2 shadows look most like a whale or other large sea creature. But the two shadows are each over 200 feet long. The largest Blue Whale on record was 108 feet long. So not a whale. Possibly a submarine? When I first found this, I happened to have the December 2005 edition of National Geographic open on page 76-7 which has an amazing picture of a school of Giant Ichthyosaurs. This GE fi...||04/09/2006||1,149|
|Is there more than one sun? Look at this placemark: there were two shadows from only one windmill! lol||10/11/2006||815|
|Two fighters just metres above the runway.|
|This restaurant was established in 1971 and was the first one in Europe.|
You can clearly see the shadows of golden M's on the roof.
|I found those shadows of 2 planes on Los Angeles Airport.||02/28/2006||689|
|Two buildings tilted toward each other. You can see the tilt in the shadows and comparing with other buildings||12/31/2005||512|
|This time I find the several weird rings under the sea. There are 20m(diameter) x 3, 13m x 4, 6m x 2. They are actually "tubes" if you check their shadows. There are some floating white dots and a rectangle sampan(I guess). I wander what they are.||12/26/2008||1,907|
|Top files (currently at 20)from GEH that have been made negative. This loses some quality in the pictures but highlights shadows and other cool details you might have missed on regular shots.|
If you want something in negative, post it in the comments and I'll add it to the next update.
|The small but beautyful Zoo in Dresden. Zoom closer to watch the elephants (look for the shadows to find them ;-)||03/31/2006||611|