As I’ve mentioned before, gazing lovingly at Google Earth is something I do a lot. One thing I like is when the satellite images they use are pieced together and form some sort of weird perspective anomalies. Here’s three of them that I found while looking at Chicago last night (click the images for full size):
I also enjoyed this one, with the two images taken at different times of year: west of the train tracks, the trees are all bare, while the east side is lovely and summery.
And, slightly off topic, but it popped into my head when I was typing the word at the top of this entry; if you’re stuck for a good book to read, I thoroughly recommend “The Anomalies” by Joey Goebel.