Aosta Valley, Italy

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Pegman is super excited to try out Google Earth’s random tab feature for Chrome as a source of inspiration.  Google Earth is a technological miracle that not only allows us (or perhaps compels us) to never be lost, but it also offers us a way to see our world in new, exciting ways that can have a profound psychological and spiritual impact on our thinking, our work, and how we relate to people we meet every day.

Today, Pegman and Google Earth selected this lovely place.

As always, the task at hand is to find a photo that inspires you and write up to 150 words about it. When you’re satisfied, post a link to the blue frog below and share it with others. Remember, commenting on the contributions is part of the fun!

Enjoy yourself, do your best, and maybe even learn something new! Cheers!

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About J Hardy Carroll

J Hardy Carroll is a novelist and comics artist currently residing in one of those soundalike states that starts and ends with a vowel .
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9 Responses to Aosta Valley, Italy

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  2. bearmkwa says:

    Some awesome scenery there. Will have to think a little on a write up for it.

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  3. I’m having trouble finding the street view for the area in Google.


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  5. Ah! This was fun! I think I’m gonna like this new Google Earth thingy! Went to my childhood home (looks a little sad and run down since my mom sold the place 20 or so years ago, I must say, oh well). I may be doing a whole lot of ‘traveling’ in my PJs in the new future … 😉
    Meanwhile, left my link with the linky thingy – coping here just in case:
    Happy almost 2020

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