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    have you visited your favorite parks using google earth?

    http://earth.google.com/

    It's wonderful. Some parks you can zoom right in and see what's happening.

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    Originally posted by christian gentleman
    have you visited your favorite parks using google earth?

    http://earth.google.com/

    It's wonderful. Some parks you can zoom right in and see what's happening.
    Yes. First of all I have looked for Angels Stadium in Anaheim. I have been there last year to watch the Yankees play. I have visited all the locations (if possible) where I have been during that vacation. But national parks like Yosemite, Sequoia, Bryce Canyon were hard to see. Very blurry.

    I have checked almost all ballparks on Google earth by now. It is fun to see.

    Coors field looked pretty similar, like I have seen it from the plane.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by yankees rule
      Coors field looked pretty similar, like I have seen it from the plane.
      Coors is featured in the promo for Google Earth so there really isn't anything special about it on there...
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      • #4
        Originally posted by yankees rule
        Yes. First of all I have looked for Angels Stadium in Anaheim. I have been there last year to watch the Yankees play. I have visited all the locations (if possible) where I have been during that vacation. But national parks like Yosemite, Sequoia, Bryce Canyon were hard to see. Very blurry.

        I have checked almost all ballparks on Google earth by now. It is fun to see.

        Coors field looked pretty similar, like I have seen it from the plane.
        Google Earth seems to focus more on the urban areas than it does with the rural areas.
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        • #5
          Correct, the more rural, the less resolution. The ballparks, however, are awsome. PNC has people in the stands on Google Earth, makes me wonder when it was taken.
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          • #6
            In the Yankee Stadium image, you can even see the players on the field!

            http://www.google.com/lochp?hl=en&q=...4,0.005091&t=k
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            • #7
              that was one of the first thing i did when i found out about google earth, i zoomed up to all 30 ballparks.

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              • #8
                I've noticed that alot of the ballparks are taken during non-games, but Yankee Stadium looks like there's a game going on. Of course the dome at the Rogers Centre is closed during the snapshot.

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                • #9
                  3Com park has a football game going on
                  http://capitalfrontiers.com

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