Saturday, December 28, 2013

Strangest Images Captured On Google

 1. Iraq’s Bloody Lake
This blood-red lake in Iraq has led to scary rumours that it has been caused by a nearby slaughterhouse that is responsible for an insane amount of bloodshed. An official explanation has never actually been offered but sceptics believe that it is most likely the cause of sewage in the water that has turned it into this polluted colour. The jury’s still out on this one.

2. Face in the Clay

This amazing shot was taken over Alberta, Canada. Quite clearly a face can be seen in what appears to be Native American headdress. The face has since been nicknamed the “Badlands Guardian”.

3. Lake man

This image of a giant lake is one of the wonders of it in the form of a giant, which is found near Bauru, Brazil.

4. Heart-Shaped Island

Not surprisingly this heart-shaped island discovered on Google Earth became a huge hit on Valentine’s Day. It’s located in the Adriatic off the Croatian coast and is currently uninhabited. It’s 130,000 square yards in size and has been named Galesnjak. The owner of the island was not even aware of its shape until he was inundated with requests from romantic couples who wanted to rent the island!.

5. Lost Ship At Sea

The S.S. Jassim was a Bolivian cargo ferry that ran aground and sunk on the Wingate Reef off the coast of Sudan in 2003. Google Earth captured a shot of it though and it has now become one of the most searched for Google Earth images as well as becoming one of the largest shipwrecks captured by the programmer.

6. fingerprints

If you want to find these fingerprints, vertically within Hove Park in Britain, and the footprint area of ​​38 m,

7. Oprah Maze

Dubbed the most powerful celebrity by Forbes and with her iconic show and popular magazine, Oprah Winfrey is, without doubt, the most influential celeb in America. One fan decided to pay tribute to Oprah’s status by designing her own personalised corn maze in 2004. How touching, but seriously how much time did this person have on their hands? Still, at least their effort hasn’t gone unnoticed and has made it into the top ten of Google Earth finds.

8. Firefox Crop Circle

In 2006 the Oregon State University Linux Users group designed this giant Firefox logo crop circle in a cornfield in Oregon. The huge crop circle spans 45,000 sq. ft. and was created in celebration of the Web browser’s 50 millionth download. Nice work!

9. Atlantis?

After this Google Earth find people began wondering if it was the lost city of Atlantis. Excited explorers certainly thought so (or hoped so). The grid was found off the coast of Africa and the markings are believed to be streets. The area is said to be the size of Wales. Google Earth engineers quashed the hype by announcing that the grid was actually a digital artifact created by the sonar boats collecting mapping data, but some people still believe otherwise.

10. Santa

this discovery of a giant Santa, proudly standing at an incredible 36 miles tall! Santa was found inconspicuously hiding in Finland.

11. Fighter Jet in Car Park

Mystery surrounds this find on Google Earth and the question begs an answer: why is a fighter jet parked in what looks to be a residential neighborhood car park near Paris? Some people have said that it is a full scale model of a Mirage 2000 on a campus of the University of Paris, while others state that it is an old Mirage based at a Dassault Système office.

12.  alphabet
The rites Dashwood design of this picture, a graphic designer from Australia, is this picture is the first Google Mapsalphabet, as the image contains the alphabet in the form of existing landscapes and buildings, have been performed by using satellites.

13. Coca Cola
Of course, did not mean Google advertising, but discovered a brand of Coca-Cola dug in the hills of Chile, along with 70 thousand empty bottle of Coca Cola, and apparently they did not hear about recycling.