Since I found ZoltÃ¡n’s dazzling delta, it’s again my turn to post the next installment of Where on (Google) Earth.
I’m sticking with my recent theme of geologic landforms we haven’t highlighted yet, but this time at a scale that shouldn’t be quite so challenging as my last one:
For the newbies: Identify the location of the feature (latitude and longitude will do) and describe the geology as best you can. We’re pulling for you!
I’ll invoke the Schott Rule (Post time: 10:25am CST).
ZoltÃ¡nâ€™s recent Where on Google Earth localities have been really challenging for me – in large part because of the scale – but they’ve shown off some really spectacular geology that you just don’t see every day. I’ve focused on aesthetics on two of my last three, but this time I’ve found a spot with a geologic feature that I don’t think we’ve seen before in a Where on (Google) Earth challenge. The view is an oblique one, once again, and intended to highlight the new geologic feature:
For the newbies: Identify the location of the feature (latitude and longitude will do) and describe the geology as best you can – there are no less than two interesting geologic features in this one. We’re pulling for you!
I’ll invoke the Schott Rule (Post time: 18:45 CST).