Since Google Maps sightseeing is suddenly all the rage, here’s a satellite view of my general environs. Over to the right is Union Station, and if you go south a few blocks you’ll see the big pixelated blur hiding the US Capitol. (It’s not just the security; the anti-satellite pixelation field is a crucial aspect of the Washington Masonic Illuminati’s Super Secret Defense and Weather Control Grid. It’s terrible going into the Pixel Field when it goes up during orange alerts; not only the Capitol, but everything, including FBI-shirt-clad tourists, turn into shimmering, blockish squares of indistinct color.)
More Google satellite sightseeing:
- The Gateway Arch, St Louis, MO.
- The Crookedest Street in San Francisco. The curves are mostly hidden in shadow, unfortunately.
- The Statue of Liberty.
- The Queen Mary. (And the dome which used to hold the Spruce Goose, but I don’t know what’s in there now.)
- EPCOT Center. Go north a bit to see parking lots the size of Disney World, if not bigger.
- Kennedy Space Center Vehicle Assembly Building.