Technology becomes more and more advanced, and we have really changed our lives in the past couple of decades because of that. We need to be more conscious about it, becase social media may eventually consume our lives, but let us now focus on the important and positive aspects of technology. It made our lives easier and fuller in a number of different ways, and thanks to many innovations the world is smaller than ever. Google Earth is definitely one of the main contributing factors for that! The things you are able to find here are amazing!
1. This is a controlled sugarcane field fire
It looks massive and it is! But it is also the only way to remove the leftover organic material after harvesting is over.
2. This is one Milwaukee marina
The way that the ice began to melt follows a pattern, and it resembles a form of art
3. Pearl Harbor
This image shows the USS Arizona wreck and the memorial built above it.
4. This is a volcano located in Russia
It is in the Kamchatka Peninsula and it is probably the most symmetric volcano we have ever seen.
5. This Alaskan landscape is mesmerizing
We love the way how the glaciers were able to spread across this flat area. It looks like a mountain!
6. Here is one Tanzanian volcano
The natural structure is really tall and this allowed for an independent micro climate to thrive in there!
7. Here is a curious image
The photo collage you see reveals the differene between a high and a low tide!
8. This is another Alaskan landscape
These alpine glaciers created a stunningly beautiful pattern that looks like digital art.
9. This is a Dutch gun emplacement
The facility was supposed to be used for protection of Amsterdam and still exists today.
10. This Canadian lake is actually formed by a couple of craters
There is some evidence that they were formed individually and have 200 million years between them.
11. This image is from The Netherlands
It shows the structure and premises of a fort and we think that it is amazing to see!
12. Here is an image from the Tombigbee River in Alabama
You can see how a push boat makes its way with some barges that were able to stir the bottom.
13. This is the delta of the William River
The way the river merges with Lake Athabasca is amazing and we have never seen something like this before.
14. Here is Great Rift Valley volcano
This is another example of a volcano with its own micro climate. Look at all the green!
15. These fields in Texas look surreal
We really like how a pattern was formed here by all the irrigated fields. Each white dot is an oil pad.
16. This Brazlilian delta is amazing
We relly like the way nature was able to create something this beautiful.
17. This image is in Iran
It shows an anticline featuring many alluvial fans on of of its sides. It is a rare thing to see!
18. This is the probable loaction of the German battleship Tirpitz
It was about the same size and power as the Bismarck and it was bombed by the Brits in 1944.
19. Here is part of the landscape in Ontario
The image shows nothing in particular but it features some amazing colors and texture of the land.
20. Fort Morgan
It is a coastal fort meant to destroy menacing ships and it was preserved in great condition.
21. These craters remain from the WWII D-Day
The image shows part of the Normandy coast where one of the most important events of WWII took place.
22. Here is something curious outside Douglas, Arizona
It shows huge amounts of some back substance, but there is not a single mine around, so the question what it actually is remains open.
23. Here is a small island off the German coast that turned out to be man-made
What looks like ruins turned out to be structures meant to stop erosion from spreading.
24. This was spotted in India
This land clearing was shaped in a weird way and it probably served an unknown purpose.
25. Here is another beautiful delta
This delta is located in Tibet and it shows part of Ayyakum Lake as well.
26. This is a curious sight to see
This image shows how Rio Grande enters the Mexican gulf and you can see the merging waters.
27. Here is an island just off the shore of Maine
It is in Penobscot Bay and the rock formations seen here are a sign of previous volcanic activity.
28. This is a lighthouse at one of the Great Lakes
The curious thing about it is the way the waves spread after hittings its base – they are circular!