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Johnny Eaton 21h
I know it's not officially day, but I take the time when I have it free. I'm experimenting with a today. I'm liking the almost idyllic natural feel of it so far.
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Worldmapper 4h
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Aubri K Apr 19
Hey users! If you use and please consider taking this short survey. We want to know how to make creating and editing legends better for you!
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Ricardo 19h
framed and wall hung in the utility 😃
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Gokulnath Govindan Apr 20
Simon Patterson's "The Great Bear": altered version of the map of the London Underground, wherein he replaced the names of the underground stations with the names of engineers, philosophers...actresses etc.-- I wonder what one would replace the stations with?
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Musaah K Thiessen Apr 19
is life... Breath it.
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Jim Brown Apr 21
When I see 'joined Twitter 2009' I am in awe of you ....like I am 18th century cartographers who got maps so nearly right without the benefit of air travel or when someone says Da Vinci invented the drive thru or something like that
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MapScaping Apr 20
This is the longest straight, land-to-land line you can sail. From Eastern Canada to Western Canada, about 35,400 km
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Richard Petry Apr 20
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The Biota Project 10h
In contribution to Earth Day we'll explore various types of beautiful maps of our Earth as maps are one of the most useful and interesting ways to explore information about Earth and changes that occur in the Earth system. Share your maps too!
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Rocketboy Apr 16
Replying to @LordHighKobold
How clever, this actually seems like a much better (and safer) way to get those natural looking chaotic coastlines. My old methods was tearing paper and then burning the edges.
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MapScaping Apr 20
The beauty of Buckminster Fuller's Dymaxion is that it attempts to show the whole world as a continuous landmass, emphasizing our shared humanity. It's an elegant and philosophical school of . Source: (link: )
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CaveGeekArt Apr 19
You asked for a slower fly-by of the map. Here it is, w/ music some of you may recognize. This map was a commission for a fan of the novels. What are you a mega fan of? Commissions are open! .
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MapScaping 18h
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Maps International Apr 20
In 1740, German map publisher Matthias Seutter used the Vertical Perspective projection which placed the map observer at a 12,750km distance. Read more about old map projections on our blog
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GeoLounge Apr 21
Sunday Maptinee: Time-lapse Animation Shows How the World’s Second Largest Atlas Was Digitized
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Kiri Carini 14h
Some cool dioramas at the Sabino Canyon Visitor Center.
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Kasoumano 18h
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MapScaping 23h
The ship traffic density of the world. I did not choose the projection! Source: reddit/mapporn
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Sean Goodison 🔜 D&D Live 2019 Apr 20
Drew up a couple of cave/cavern maps to add to the pack.
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