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New satellite imagery on google earth/maps

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  1. AndyG

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    At last, the old 2005 satellite imagery of Negros has been updated with up to date photos.
    If anyone wants to add google maps to their websites, just let me know :smile:
     
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    I would NOT rush out to do cartwheels on the lawn just yet. What has been added is a narrow, about 4KM, strip to the west of the existing coverage.

    A cursory inspection of the remaining area of Negros Oriental to the west and south of Dumaguete reveals NO CHANGE.

    I suppose that we should be grateful for any improvement and the price continues to be right, non?
     
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    Yeah, it's not massive but for me it's great, I'm constantly adding places to google earth/maps with google mapmaker so it'll keep me busy for a while!
     
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    andyg2, how can I get a Google earth map of Bacong? Thanks
     
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    I found my house in Bacong under construction in Google Maps, fairly clear picture; however, the picture is at least a month old. I wonder how often updated shots occur?
     
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    don't know about Bacong, but Dumaguete Pictures are not later than 2006, I would say 1st half 2006
     
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    Still Green!

    :eek: Rhoody! I concur, my Roof has been Burgundy since 2009 yet on Google it is still Green! In 2002 (OCT) it was Blue. Somewhere in the time span is the answer. It went Green in 2004 (Late)


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    well, Teletech opened feb 2007. the whole area is still a field without anything going on and the TT construction took about a year from start to opening. looking at the pictures from Dumaguete to Bacong it is from the same runover, so i actually doubt that it is PatO's construction site unless he is building since 4.5 years.
     
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    Aerial Shots.

    :D Maybe pangit pilot could do some Aerial shots??:wink:

    Come to think of it, that might just be a good idea.:smile:


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    Actually my lot and the double lot both with construction do clearly show, snapshot is about 2-3 mos old. I will try and send the coordinates
     
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