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War and peace in one image


A rather haunting image from the Korean Peninsula of children playing in front of a tank poised near the demilitarized zone separating North and South Korea.

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Can you guess the city, #38?


No correct guesses thus far for City #37. In the meantime, here is City #38 for your consideration. Update – congrats to Allen for correctly identifying City #37.

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Can you guess the city, #35?


Here is City #35 for your consideration. Congratulations to geoffreyh76 for being the first to correctly identify City #34.

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Can you guess the city, #14?


Congratulations to Keith for being the first to correctly identify Lucky City #13. Here’s a great satellite image of City #14. Enjoy!

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Can you guess lucky city #13?


Don’t worry. In the city shown below, the number thirteen is often considered to be lucky. Unfortunately, I could not locate a suitable larger image. Congrats to Motorvilleboy for being the first correctly identify City #12. Good luck to all with … Continue reading

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Can you guess the city, #6?


The superbly detailed satellite image below is of a city that is celebrating its 250th birthday in 2014.  Good luck to all. Enjoy! Congratulations to Dianconu for being the first person to correctly identify City #5.

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Can you guess the city, #2?


Here’s today’s satellite image.  The answer for this satellite image will be posted during the noon hour on Thursday. Good luck! FYI – these are NOT just USA cities. Thank you to all who have participated and those identified the … Continue reading

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Can you guess the city?


Hey, all you geographers, planners, and trivia experts. Below is a night-time satellite image of a large, well-known city. Feel free to send in a guess of the name of the city and I will post the answer at the … Continue reading

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DIA – Denver’s incredible airport


I have had the pleasure of flying through Denver International Airport (DIA) three times now. Each visit  to Denver I am more and more impressed by this enormous 35,000 acre facility. Not only is the airport  designed to be functional, … Continue reading

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Winter scenes on the Boulder Creek Path


Below are series of photos from my morning hike with my middle son this past Monday, January 6th, along portions of the 5.5 mile long Boulder Creek Path near the campus of the University of Colorado. It was absolutely gorgeous on this … Continue reading

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