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Best Collection of Most Unusual Photos Google Earth Finds

When we think about Google maps and Google Earth, the things that come to our mind first are online maps, satellite images and terrain mapping of geographical locations, driving directions etc. Have you ever thought and wondered about the other side of Google maps and Google Earth apart from mapping the weather and other things. Think differently. Google Maps and Google Earth have lots of weird things that can amaze you. There are just many ordinary but really unusual things that you cannot think of.

In this post of Webgranth, we have put together the best collection of the most unusual photos discovered via Google maps and Google Earth. Here is some interesting and amazing but unusual, or unexplained to mesmerize you from the whole planet right for you from the comfort of your computer or PCs. Enjoy and feel free to share.

Will U Marry Me

This is an image of Marriage proposal seen on the top of a roof via Google Maps.


Atlantis Found?

These might be the ruins of the lost continent of Atlantis but eager explorers and observers thought it something interesting. They found an area appeared to be similar in size of Whales making a large grid like shape an impressive feat of ancient urban planning. Later, Google Earth engineers announced that grid pattern was nothing but a digital artifact created by sonar boats collecting mapping data.


Google Escher Effect – Paris, France

An arrangement of satellite pix and aero pics of cities together resulted in a situation where different aerial vantage points resulted in buildings’ pictures taken from different angles. After stitching them together, it seems like taller buildings at the edges of each picture leaning toward or away from each other at pronounced angles.


Firefox Crop Circles

This is a giant logo of Mozilla Firefox widely used web browser created by the Oregon State University Linux Users group in the form of Firefox crop circle sprouted in a cornfield in Oregon in the year 2006 which is spanning more than 45,000 sq. ft. The Firefox crop circle has been created simply to celebrate the Web browser’s 50 millionth download.


Mystery Stone Arrow

This is a strange pointing-style arrow created by arranging piles of stones near Sebago Lake in Cumberland County, Maine.


Secret Swastika

In 2007, Google Earth spotted four unconnected buildings on the base build by builders on the Coronado Naval Amphibious Base in San Diego forming an unfortunate shape which looks like a swastika.


Unusual Crop Circle

This is an amazing but unusual photo of a crop circle in the desert outside Beatty, Nevada spotted by Google Earth.


A Face in the Clay

It is an unusual thing looks disconcertingly but natural like a face into the clay in Alberta, Canada. This is an uncanny resemblance formed accidentally what looks like a human face and human head wearing a full Native American headdress and earphones when viewed in Google Maps.


Iraq’s Bloody Lake

This is a blood-red lake outside Iraq’s Sadr City spotted in satellite image from Google Earth. In fact, it’s the blood dumped into the canals by slaughterhouses in Iraq but when viewed with images it looks like red color coming from sewage.


Airplane Graveyard

This more likely looks like Airplane Graveyard but in really, it is an e Davis-Monthan Air Force Base outside Tuscon, Ariz where more than 4,000 military aircraft and planes are parked at the base.


Carved Swastika in Sand

An unsettling image of a Swastika carved in the sand of New Mexico.


Man Shaped Lake Illusion

This is a really amazing Google Earth discovery where you can see a man shaped lake in Sao Paulo state, Brazil


Guitar-Shaped Mansion

This is a stunning huge estate into the shape of a gigantic guitar when viewed in Google Earth in Alabama.


Heart-shaped Island

It is 130,000 square yard islet of Galesnjak perfectly heart-shaped island ideal spot for a romantic Valentine’s Day break.


Face of Devil

An image of the Devil that can be seen clearly when viewed in Google Earth in satellite pictures of woodland near America’s deeply religious city of Atlanta, Georgia


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Written by Steven Bowen


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