Admire geoglyphs via Google Earth

The work of 6,700 people across thirteen countries in seven continents is yours to behold, thanks to the tour contained in this 3.8MB KMZ file. Open that file using Google Earth, and check under your Temporary Places in the left pane. You’ll be able to take a tour of the 47-part collective work, entitled Rhythms of Life Land Art Project (as seen above with music), or click each location for detailed inspection. If you are watching the tour and want to take a closer look at an installation, simply click the project name in the left pane and the tour will stop, leaving you in place to investigate.

Via Google Lat Long Blog

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