H. Harvey - serious and silly sights


#21

Kind of hard NOT to fly over a flooded area. :frowning_face:


#22

It’s graciously given me a few back! How many, I’m not sure - just waiting for the next message telling me I have to wait xx hours! :wink:


#23

True. I’m glad the server doesn’t ration the tags like it seems to ration :heart:, else I’d have run out of tags a long while ago.


#24

As well as everyone else, especially @claus.


#25

The electric company, after installing two transmission towers, must have changed their mind and decided on a different route? In the before photo, the two towers (no lines) are clearly visible. In the after photo, no sign of the towers. :thinking:
http://www.tomnod.com/campaign/campaign_2107/map/1m4ix1y1b


Tomnod_Hurricane Harvey_towers_after


#26

Geese in flight? (from older imagery)



#27

And yet another plane, complete with 3 colour (UK spelling… color if you prefer :wink:) ghost



#28

Here is the “after” photo. All the small planes are being taken out of their hangers. In the “before” photo they were all absent from view. The airstrip is a grass strip.
http://www.tomnod.com/campaign/campaign_2107/map/1m4ix3y1k


#29

Here’s a sad face in the field. (after photo)
http://www.tomnod.com/campaign/campaign_2107/map/1m4ix5yq
Tomnod_Hurricane Harvey_sad face


#30

Another “pawprint” :paw_prints:



#31

This aircraft could be on final approach.


#32

Here’s a short airstrip!
http://www.tomnod.com/campaign/campaign_2107/map/1m4ixayt


#33

This stood out and the very first impression I had was of a dead mouse! :smile:
http://www.tomnod.com/campaign/campaign_2107/map/1m4ixgyl
Tomnod_Hurricane Harvey_dead mouse


#34

Raiding my stockpile?

:sniff: Uhm, on second thought, feel free to take or give away… maybe tag as the French word “Garr–barge”.


#35

It belly does seem to be slightly breaking down (polite way of saying “rotting”). :smirk:


#36

I thought that * ------------------------------- * was a helicede, you know, a very stretched out helicopter.


#37

Helen, I also thought birds. And, there are many of these dot images in this campaign.
But what about those plastic buoy chain thingies they put across ponds?


#38

Nah, they’re definitely geese. They wouldn’t put those “plastic buoy chain thingies” over land like that; what would be the point!?
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#39

You can almost read the clock in this one :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:



#40

One formation is the standard “V” that geese subscribe to :thinking:, another is a loosely-formed vee (darned rebel geese :upside_down_face:, and of course there’s always those who woke up late and are rushing to get to the rest of the flock! :smirk: