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13 September 2012

Google Earth fractals

I wrote before on this blog about fractals, which I find fascinating.  This morning the Google Earth Blog pointed to a post on Geography Education about Paul Bouke's gallery of views of the Earth, from Google Earth, of fractal patterns on the landscape.  Below each picture is the KMZ file for you to download, so that you can open the image on Google Earth for yourself.

Here is an example, from Spain:
From http://paulbourke.net/fractals/googleearth/
Go to the gallery and view the 40 other beautiful, and often surprising, photos. And if you find another as you fly over the landscape using  Google Earth, send it to the gallery.