Photo Credits: Google Earth
Google Earth allows us to see across the globe in seconds, viewing sights we might ever get the chance to see in person, including the spectacular features of Yellowstone National Park like the vibrant colors of Grand Prismatic Spring, pictured above. The hot spring radiates extremely hot water along with stunning prismatic color from its center.
Mysterious Desert Spiral, Egypt
This mysterious double spiral found in the desert in Red Sea Governorate, Egypt, is actually an art installation that was created over two decades ago. It still remains quite visible today.
Shipwrecked SS Ayrfield, Australia
This 104–year-old abandoned ship has become a floating forest, located in Homebush Bay, just west of Sydney. The beautiful spectacle adds a bit of life to the area, which happens to be a sort of ship graveyard.
The Badlands Guardian, Alberta, Canada
Located in southeastern Alberta, Canada near Medicine Hat, this incredible geological wonder can only be seen from high above the ground. Its humanoid details are stunning, particularly when one considers that human hands took no part in shaping this large mass of rock. It was formed by the erosion of rainwater on layers of clay-rich soil. Viewed from the air, it bears a strong resemblance to a human head wearing a full First Nations headdress.
Guitar Forest, Argentina
Located in a fertile agricultural region of Pampas, is a guitar-shaped forest made up of over 7,000 cypress and eucalyptus trees. A farmer named Pedro Martin Ureta planted it in memory of his wife.
Buffalo Herd, Kigosi Game Reserve, Tanzania