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April 26, 2009


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One of the great aspects of Google Earth and other satellite views is that now almost everyone can see the whole and unvarnished picture without the embellishments of sometimes disingenuous advertising.

Yup - it's all there for all to see, which is great - but it's incredible how many idot folk think they can still get away with such stuff!

They are many unexplored places in the world in the world, and i think sometimes what you call" lanscape plagiarism" can help discover those unpopular but still elegant places, i would love some one to go to Haiti and do that, we have a lot of great unpopular monumental places

You're right - this kind of thing can certainly draw people's attention to relatively unknown yet beautiful places. If only people's attention could be drawn more directly!

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