Last week, I found this wonderful sight: Google Sightseeing. The premise is simple. The siteâ€™s owners and their readers find the best tourist spots in the world via satellite images from Google Maps and Google Earth. Not only does the site catalog the images they find, but they link directly to Google Maps so you browse around for yourself. Needless to say, I fell in love with them right away. Here are a few of my favorites from the last couple of weeks:
Alien Crop Circles!
GS found a whole series of crazy crop circles that aliens (or farmer kids with too much time on their hands) could have created.
Stonefridge is exactly what its names implies: a complete replica of Stonehenge made entirely of refrigerators. Apparently, the monument is now 2.5 fridges high and requires 60 more refrigerators to complete.
And for you fans of the World Games, GS has cataloged many of the great sites marking this years events.