terça-feira, 4 de março de 2014


The Matthew's #426 was a tough and exciting, but fruitless game. The fruits appeared later in Ole's #427 because of all the well detached mountains I've tried, some remained in my visual memory, such as the Ole's "neural tube mountain".

As I've had enough of this winter, lets go warmer:

So ... for you, new players to Where on (Google) Earth, simply post a comment with latitude and longitude and write something about the geology in the picture. If you're the first, you get to host the next one. Rules, tips and previous WoGEs are collected by Felix on his blog and a KML file is available with all WoGEs.

Published at 2014-03-04/12:00:00 (WET)

4 comentários:

  1. This time it's not an outlier, but an Inselberg. :)

    32°26′38″S 118°53′53″E is the position of Wave Rock in Western Australia.

    Straight from Wikipedia, because I couldn't have written up anything better myself: "Hyden Rock, of which Wave Rock is part, consists of 2.63 billion year-old biotite K-feldspar porphyritic monzogranite that is part of the Yilgarn Craton.[2] Hyden Rock is a granite inselberg, which consists of three domes. The central and western domes are separated by a deep valley, which is now occupied by a reservoir. The central and eastern domes are linked by a low platform."


    1. Large rectangular fields which are NOT oriented exactly NS and EW points to Australia, just like the strange round lake, the dry river, and the parched golf course. ;)

    2. Well, I said "let's go warmer" ... ;)
      Once again Ole, the WoGe is "yours" :)

  2. http://overburdenblog.blogspot.no/2014/03/woge-429.html is up - no outlier, no inselberg!