interesting! How different is the IR view from the normal earthling-vision view? (seems that this is a different volcano from the one in the previous shot.)
of this Volcano (3D by Volkan). It is amazing to see the possibilities of this site in connecting our world wide views :-)
Thank you Volkan.
Harry, I deeply thank you again for blessing me with your heavenly pictures from above so that I could do the 3D version and this wonderful detail extract. What a way of getting infected with H3DPHV:(Human 3D Perception Hacking Virus) :)
Yes, hopefully Google Earth will unite the Earth in to one World for everyone someday.
The trees rise out nice, in this manner in infra red!
Thank you much Laci. My favorite places for site seeing. I never get bored from going there :) Cheers, Volkan
Kamaly, yes, this NIR X-3D pictured volcano and the other one is not the same volcano. They are different Volcans that are within the same region. If you zoom out in the satellite image or in GE you'll see that they are about 10km (~6 miles) apart from each other.
This particular one looks like this to earthlings :) Cheers, Volkan
Amazing! It's a pitty though the trees in the foreground of the right picture.
Even so, it's impressive.
Thanks Vasco, in the nature with so much, hills it is not so easy to find large horizontal base shift distances without obstructions ;) I didn't crop it either so that in the case of 2D viewing scene is there. Take care, Volkan
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Photo taken in Salihli, Manisa Province, Turkey
Misplaced? Suggest new location