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Originally posted by boaby_phet
reply to post by _Phoenix_
i agree about the size of the shadow now you mention it, i never thought of that.
their are other all black cars, they all show a reflection of sunlight, except for the one is/looks like a shadow.
i do think its a shadow of some sorts, but we will never know unless we knew anyone who used that carpark much.
Originally posted by flyingfish
Not buying the black car next to the white car explanation.First off all the other cars in the lot are casting a shadow in line with the light source along with floating car and everything else in the photo.If there are two cars there, they would be casting separate shadows.Not the case.
My guess is this is a car on a post like a sign.I have seen this done all over country.There was bus on two polls in front of the hot springs for years, also a VW on a pole in front of the salvage yard!Good way to get your attention!
Originally posted by xbranscombex
Originally posted by Skyfloating
Or how about some unidentified flying objects:
Originally posted by wiseone11
But aren't the p[hotos from Google Earth usually very old...sometimes years old?
I had it find my house and it showed a tree that has been gone over a years or so.
Is there anywhere you can up-to-the-minute (or more recent at least) arial photos of earth/space???
I disagree with your Black Triangle explanation. Please see my more complete postings from 6:06 and 6:08 on 13 April. In short, subsequent SPOT imagery shows there is not an antenna there, and no evidence of a fenced in structure. In fact, currently there is the Emu Downs Wind Farm on this site, with Wind Turbine towers located not far from this object.
And your assessment of a cattle watering hole is not merited. What NIIRs rating do you believe this image is? The GSD is simply not there for your conclusions. My bet would be that a cattle watering hole is much much larger, as the rancher would probably want to let more than one cow at a time, have a drink.