I have to admit that I had a site picked out yesterday and could have posted then, but I wanted to sleep on it. And this morning when I got up I decided to finish Carl Sagan’s The Demon Haunted World, so I’m just finally getting back in and checking the geoblogosphere. What can I say, lazy summer weekends rock!
I hope some of you have been using the down time to prepare and submit abstracts for my GSA Topical Session T140: Geosciences and Web 2.0 – Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts, and Web Video. Abstract deadline is Tuesday, July 10, 2007 at midnight Pacific time. I know Google Earth is not specifically in the title of the session, but I’m certainly open to considering it within the broad reach of “Web 2.0″ (whatever that means). (And I’ve still got one invited speaker position to offer if you’ve got anyone you’d like to recommend – let me know.)
So with no further ado, here’s the fix:
And because I’m pretty sure it won’t give away anything that the map view won’t, I’ll throw in an oblique view for free:
As always, I’m as interested to hear your explanation of the geology of the image and the reasoning behind how you discovered it as its location.
[P.S.] Super Bonus: Got a pair of red/blue anaglyph glasses? Here’s the oblique view as an anaglyph: