Where on (Google)Earth #180
I did not win Where on (Google)Earth #179 over on Ron Schott’s blog last week — but the commenter who did relinquished the privilege to host the next installment and Ron opened it up to anyone.
Ron and I thought it would be fun for Clastic Detritus to host the next one because today happens to be the three-year anniversary of Where on (Google)Earth! Way back in 2007 I started this game and it’s been really fun to see that it’s still going.
This one does not include a scale and does not include the north arrow on purpose — just to make it a bit more challenging.
If you’ve never played Wo(G)E … simply put the latitude-longitude coordinates in the comments below and then you get to host (or pick the location if you don’t have a blog) for the next one. Typically, the winner also provides a few comments about the geological feature(s) on display.
I will invoke the Schott Rule — you have to wait one hour for each Wo(G)E win you have before you can answer.
Posted: January 18th, 2010 — 7:00am Pacific Time (convert to your time zone here)