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alon504

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New Orleans (Southshore)

From left to right = approx. 25 miles

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Here's a shot of Downtown Atlanta from above...sprawl city LOL...

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A totally embarrassing map I put together the other day of Providence:

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:ph34r:

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hey that's not bad cotuit. it obviously took a lot of work.

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Here's one that I found of the sout part of Minneapolis and the inner-western suburbs.

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wow, minnesota really is the land of 1000 lakes. I didn't realize there were lakes that close to downtown.

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It looks like there may still be some tea leftover in the harbor at Boston!!! :D

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hey that's not bad cotuit. it obviously took a lot of work.

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The embarrassing part is the number of parking lots, but we're working on that. :)

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Actually I believe it's 10,000 lakes...

About 15,288 total for the land of 10,000.

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The embarrassing part is the number of parking lots, but we're working on that.  :)

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Pittsburgh, PA

A great shot showing the city topography. To bad it was in the winter, during summer everything would be green!

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Downtown Pittsburgh

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Wanting more?

try out google earth

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Here's a small portion of Orlando's sprawl. We can definitely rival Minneapolis in the lake department...

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Note: The airport to the east of downtown is Orlando Executive (ORL) and not Orlando International Airport (MCO). I-4 is the north-south highway. The attractions area (Universal, SeaWorld, Disney, International Drive, etc.) begins several miles to the southwest of this picture.

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http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Charlotte,+N...75098&t=k&hl=en

^^Charlotte.... Bank of America stadium kinda stands out!! This picture is old though, I can tell by the 9 pyramind building (if you zoom in once its almost in the center of the picture, they are 9 white pyraminds) Charlotte looks more dense now..... :D

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Great pics here on this thread... I love the sattelite views of Jacksonville and Charlotte... very cool places.

My favorite cities to view with Google Earth are Seattle, Portland, Vancouver (B.C.), Denver, Colorado Springs, Phoenix, L.A., San Diego, S.F. Bay Area and a few more cities in the US and Canada. I love Google Earth, sometimes I just "play" with it for an hour!

Anyway, here's my city. "Mi Casa" indicates where my house is.

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