Ryan’s GoogleEarthing World Tour #38

Ryan’s GoogleEarthing World Tour is a mega-contest. It works just like normal GoogleEarthing contests (see rules page), but there are 75 puzzles. Enter your answer in the comments, and move on to the next puzzle. When all the puzzles have been completed, the person with the most correct answers will be the winner.

Instructions:
Use Google Earth to find the image below somewhere on the face of the Earth. When you find it, tell us using the comment feature. And send an email to info@googleearthing.com so we have your email address and can contact you.


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Puzzle Solved by: Deepb1ue
Location: Sandy Port, New Providence, Bahamas


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5 Responses to “Ryan’s GoogleEarthing World Tour #38”

  1. The island of Nassau, Bahamas.

    25 04 26 N, 77 25 32 W

    Adriaan

  2. correct. Adriaan my man, you are the confirmed champion of the Ryan’s World Tour. Congrats, yourself as well as Alan, Rogier, and Deepblue showed great skills at location hunting. Now we just need to have all the photo’s identified so I can award the prizes. (hmmm was that pluralized)?

  3. Adriaan is a little off the mark with this one. It is in fact a picture of Sandy Port on the island of New Providence. This the main Island of the Bahamas. Nassau is the capital which is 4 miles to the east.
    (I really need to get a life…..)

  4. Champion…
    I can honestly say that I didn’t experience this as a competition (no, really). I just want(ed) to find the locations.
    And the real fun part is just starting: find the difficult, remaining ones. Ehh.. did I say ‘fun’? I meant ‘frustrating’, or.. no, ‘fun’ was right. But it can be frustrating. And fun.
    Let’s face it: I’m a GoogleEarthing-masochist.

    Deepb1ue, you’re right. What can I say, it was late in the evening after a ten-hour working day. So I just turned on all the layers, saw the name Nassau and copied/pasted without checking.
    My bad.

    Adriaan

  5. it was close enough for me…I did see Nassau and toured the Island for a bit, and this was a close as high res could get to Nassau, so that’s the name I had in mind when I took this shot. I did forget the Island was named New Providence, thanks for that reminder.

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