GoogleEarthing #102

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.

I noticed that this image has been updated since I saved an old version some time ago. Here’s the old version:

Solved by: Adrian
Location: Kalgoorlie, Australia

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4 Responses to “GoogleEarthing #102”

  1. Brad,

    Great to see new puzzles coming up. I’m still 3 weeks away from being back at my home computer, so I can’t do any searching right now.

    I lieu of searching, I’ll offer the following observations for other solvers:

    1) Brad has both the newest version of Google Earth, and also a new wide screen monitor. Very nice.

    2) Comparing old and new pics, I would guess that the area may be tidal, or it may be an inland area that has been subject to evaporation with limited/no source of replenishment.

    3) The shadow on the new pic suggest an eastern sun, but I can’t determine if it’s NE or SE, so the hemisphere is still indeterminate.

    4) Arid or semi-arid.

    No guarantee that my observations are correct, but that’s my first take.

    Good luck, all.

    Alan

  2. There are dozens of these lakes in Western Australia, though I wasn’t able to locate an exact match in scouring for it for over an hour.

  3. lat -30.720, lon 121.320
    Near Kalgoorlie, Western Australia

  4. Nicely done.

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