Could someone explain this green shit to me?

Andrew Morris
Andrew Morris

Could someone explain this green shit to me?
30°40'37"N 26°21'55"E

Oliver Phillips
Oliver Phillips

the whole square shot is some sort of lens fuckup

Christian Allen
Christian Allen

Sea weed farm

Josiah Clark
Josiah Clark

it's green shit

Julian Long
Julian Long

In the Desert? haha

Christopher Richardson
Christopher Richardson

all the colors in this particular picture look quite weird, like its over saturated. probably waterplants /algae make the water greenish. The over saturation/weird filtering of the digital image make it over the top

Justin Ross
Justin Ross

Seems odd

Ian Fisher
Ian Fisher

Algae bloom at a reclaimed water storage site.

Noah Sullivan
Noah Sullivan

How about this one?
31.2061927,25.9159385

Aaron Ortiz
Aaron Ortiz

Helicopter airbase.

Blake Torres
Blake Torres

Some Sat images are done using IR cameras to see through cloud cover. The image is then digitally colored which usually ends up looking this way.

Xavier Allen
Xavier Allen

in a sharp-edged shape?

Mason Moore
Mason Moore

U guays.

Logan James
Logan James

Chemitrails

David Clark
David Clark

Ok but this ones weird
26°35'51.0"N 8°35'41.0"E

Owen Price
Owen Price

what about 66 16 0 N 179 15 0 E

Google maps just blatantly puts a mountain texture there now. different satellite sources blur it. but if you just google search those cords you can see what it used to show

Eli Lee
Eli Lee

Maybe a chemical/mining waste temporary pond.

William Flores
William Flores

thats just a damn farm

Carter Barnes
Carter Barnes

Do you read anything posted? The images are taken through cloud cover using IR cameras which essentially make the clouds transparent. These cameras work similar to thermal imaging where it captures images of thermal variations more so then color. A computer then recolors it based on a pallet versus gradient and you get these weird colors like this.

Charles Ramirez
Charles Ramirez

It's actually a plant nursery. you can see rows of trees and the green houses.

Jason Turner
Jason Turner

looks like a bad phoyoshop job.

Jason Martin
Jason Martin

to put a fine point on it yes

plants = farm

Daniel Torres
Daniel Torres

More like a bad frodoshop job.

Or was it froyoshop?

Matthew Reed
Matthew Reed

Many farms are dedicated to live stock only. But yes you are correct on both counts.

Jason Watson
Jason Watson

those are called ranches

Carson King
Carson King

Depends on your region. Down south we call them farms for animals and nurseries for plants.

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