GoogleEarthing #95

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.

Location: Argentina oilfield - 45 41 55.79 S, 67 48 52.20 W

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16 Responses to “GoogleEarthing #95”

  1. Aaron Aurzada Says:

    It looks like some sort of oil well.
    Some where in Argentina, South Africa, or Australia?

    I could be totally wrong too.

  2. Either that or a construction crane - I haven’t made up my mind yet. I agree on the probable locations (Actually, Argentina hadn’t crossed my mind originally).

    Alan

  3. Reminds me of copper mines in Michigan

  4. Well, I can guarantee you it’s not in Michigan.

    GoogleEarthing.com

  5. I guess this is an oil well somewhere in the middle east, lets say: Kuwait…

  6. It’s an oil well (at least I think it is), but it’s definitely not in Kuwait.

    Brad
    GoogleEarthing.com

  7. Smoker - here’s a clue - not in North America.

    Brad

  8. I’m pretty sure this is somewhere in Argentina.
    I scanned a big part of Argentina, and a lot of places looked very familiar to the pic.

  9. Has this picture changed since?

  10. Just checked - it’s still identical.

    Brad

  11. I agree with Maxim there are atleast 1000 of these or something that looks very very similar to this in Argentina

  12. Yeah, tell me about it.
    I spent hours searching South America for his one, found nothing, but still got this nagging feeling that I may just have missed it.
    Well, that’s Googleearthing for you…

  13. Finally!

    Many more ’search-hours’ paid off: it is indeed in Argentina:

    45 41 55.79 Z, 67 48 52.20 W

  14. Oops:
    that is
    45 41 55.79 S, 67 48 52.20 W
    for everyone with a non-dutch version of Google Earth

  15. Nicely done.

  16. Congrats, Adriaan.

    So, Brad, now that we’re down to 7 unsolved, is there any chance of some new ones to tackle?

    I haven’t searched for a while, though I’m thinking of resuming for #100. The pain from my previous fruitless searches has eased. ;)

    Alan

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