Channel Country: Coopers Creek at Marboo Waterhole

Not selected for Google Earth or Google Maps after a second review [?]

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gezginruh on March 25, 2010

Many many thanks for the short news video. It is wonderful!

Best wishes. Fü.

Ian Stehbens on March 26, 2010

I am very pleased that you have enjoyed it, . Waht a profusion of life will follow the floods!!


Olga I. Yakovenko on March 31, 2010

I enjoy this view, Olga

antoni f. on April 5, 2010

Ian, i vote it with pleasure, love it!! Voted

Wish you good luck

    Best regards, antoni
Ian Stehbens on April 7, 2010

Dear Antoni,

I am pleased that you have appreciated this aerial. I thought it was part of last month's contest, but I see I must have misunderstood the dates. O well. This is a very different part of Australia where the floods and the desert meet.

Best regards,


Ian Stehbens on April 7, 2010

Dear Olga,

This "outback" landscape is a remarkably unique scene from the air and it can be an amazing landscape on the ground too.



Bulbas on April 12, 2010

Similar on other planet, but not as not on a planet the Earth))

Ian Stehbens on April 14, 2010

You are right, Bulbas. I was returning from Jupiter. This was taken somewhere in Saturn's rings, I think!! ))


Bulbas on April 14, 2010

Having shared the pleasure, you will increase it)))

Ian Stehbens on April 17, 2010

I have found it on Google Earth, Bulbas. I wonder if we'll ever find it in Google Space?


Bulbas on April 17, 2010

As the nobility, as the nobility Ian, Can and for our century it is necessary, such miracle)))

Mahdi Kalhor on April 24, 2010

Nice shot and great composition of this place.!



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All the best from Iran,


Ian Stehbens on April 24, 2010

Dear Mahdi,

I love having a friend in Iran, especially one who enjoys my photography. Thanks Mahdi!


Ian Stehbens on April 24, 2010

Dear Bulbas**,

To find such a landscape in Google Space would make you and I two of the greatest explorers of out space. More famous than a dog in Sputnik!! This is especially so for this last month this area has had a flood of water move through and there are now vast populations of insects, birds, animals (including camels, kangaroos, emus, pelicans) grazing this space!


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