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Bing Maps Global Ortho

Microsoft launched the GeoArt application to showcase the high-resolutions aerial mapping photography, shot for its Bing Maps Global Ortho project. The vivid pictures are stitched seamlessly together to create a mosaic that users can pan through for a bird's eye view. The company plans to complete mapping the continental United States and Western Europe by June 2012.
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Pataha, Wash., farmland

Pataha, Wash., farmland as viewed by Bing Maps Global Ortho.
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Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas

Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas, as viewed by Bing Maps Global Ortho.
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Pebble Beach Golf Links

Pebble Beach Golf Links as viewed by Bing Maps Global Ortho.
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Tailings Pond, west of Central Heights, Ariz.

Tailings Pond, west of Central Heights, Ariz., as viewed by Bing Maps Global Ortho.
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Black Mesa Coal Mine

Black Mesa Coal Mine, Navajo Indian Reservation, Arizona, as viewed by Bing Maps Global Ortho.
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Biscayne National Park, Florida

Biscayne National Park, Florida, as viewed by Bing Maps Global Ortho.
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Navy bombing target area

Navy bombing target area, east of Humbolt Lake, Nev., as viewed by Bing Maps Global Ortho.
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Clinton, Okla., farmland

Clinton, Okla., farmland as viewed by Bing Maps Global Ortho.
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Water reclamation plant

Water reclamation plant, north of Lancaster, Calif., as viewed by Bing Maps Global Ortho.
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