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Originally posted by Havick007
Any thought's on this image near the eastern rim of Endeavour Crater?
Call it a hobby... I guess.
When I'm bored and have nothing to do I check out Mars and it's surface... I haven't done it for awhile but just happen to come across that image randomly.
Located in southeastern Alberta, Canada, near Medicine Hat, this great geological wonder can only be seen from high above the ground.
Nevertheless, its humanoid details are stunning when one considers that human hands took no part in shaping this large mass of rock. The profile was formed by the erosion of rainwater on layers of clay-rich soil.
Viewed from the air, the feature bears a strong resemblance to a human head wearing a full First Nations headdress. In a humorous (or tragic) turn, the additional man-made structures make it appear to be wearing earbuds, like an enormous ipod commercial.
The headphone’s wires are formed by a dirt road, and the earpiece is formed by an oil well where the road ends. The Badlands Guardian is only one of many geological and landscape oddities that have recently been discovered using Google Earth images.