Thursday, December 1, 2011

Where in the World?

Those who travel come across strange places which many haven't seen. But those who are avid Google Earth watchers, do across such places, which even the most traveled-travelers have never seen. Obviously the "plan view" or something viewed from overhead is not possible for travelers as they only see the two dimensional view of an object, building or a place.

Screen shots from the Quizzer
I came across this wonderful Quizzer, with some stunning photographs and frankly, I did not fare well. I am sharing the link - perhaps you do better than me. If not do leave a comment.

Here is the link: The Atlantic

5 comments:

Jamil said...

Jalal your research on various topic relating to history,culture and and arts is amazing.Keep the great work going.
Good Luck
Jamil

jalalHB said...

Thanks Jamil

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