Google Earth Pictures Of Sea Monsters

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There is plenty to discover, so if you lack the means or the capacity to fly vast distances to view Norwegian fjords, Mexican deserts, and incredible street photography, fire up the app and see where it leads you. Oh, and before you go, be sure to check out what geologistsmakethebedrock contributed and vote for your best photos!

Earth View is a collection of thousands of the most stunning landscapes on the earth as viewed from space. Millions of people have seen the collection over the previous decade as wallpapers for Android smartphones, screensavers for Chromecast and Google Home, and as an interactive exhibit in Google Earth's Voyager. Earth View was also shown on the world's largest billboard over the holidays, bringing a sense of calm to Times Square. Today, we're releasing our largest update to Earth View yet, with the addition of over 1,000 additional photographs, bringing the total to more than 2,500 stunning landscapes. The enhanced picture includes more areas worldwide and has been adapted for today's high-resolution displays, which have richer colors, better images, and resolutions up to 4K.

I was browsing through the emergency webpage and came across one about a boat sinking off the shore of Waukegan. We went to Google Maps to investigate and as we zoomed closer, we saw something in the ocean! To me, it seems to be a squid, however my other half believes it may be a sand bank or something similar. However, judging by the two boats at the upper right, it is unquestionably large. I'm going to publish the website's URL and directions on how to locate it on Google in that manner, but the google coordinates ARE AS FOLLOWS: 41 deg 21'21.00 N and 87 deg 48'42.75 W.- If you click on google maps and zoom in on the target, the object in issue is between the sun's reflection and the end of the harbour, there are two boats to the north east of it, and it is above the google maps copyright sign. For those who are unable to be bothered, here is the picture that I posted to botophucket Pic. Mister B [edit by mrbenn on 5/30/2008] [edit by mrbenn on 5/30/2008]

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