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Hidden Mickey on Google Earth

Discussion in 'WDW Parks News, Rumors and Current Events' started by masonp, Feb 1, 2006.

  1. masonp

    masonp Member

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    I think that i have just found a hidden Mickey on Google Earth. The co-ordinates are 28 26'03.97N 81 34'55.94W.
    Have a look and let me know what you think:wave:
     
  2. napnet

    napnet Active Member

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    I'd vote no...
     
  3. masonp

    masonp Member Original Poster

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    It could be though!!!!!!
     
  4. nicholas

    nicholas New Member

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    I'm gonna agree with napnet. Don't think it's a hidden mickey.
     
  5. e4ymod

    e4ymod Well-Known Member

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    I'm going to say no too. And it's just outside of the property line.
     
  6. FrumiousBoojum

    FrumiousBoojum New Member

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    Haven't seen it yet... but is the the Mickey-shaped plot of trees that several CMs planted a few years ago in the state park about 20 or so miles NW of the WDW property line?

    Just wondering since this seems to come up on every board a couple times a week -- I know it was mentioned here several times.
     
  7. e4ymod

    e4ymod Well-Known Member

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    It looks like it is trees, but it's not 20 miles away... it just right outside the north property line.
     
  8. masonp

    masonp Member Original Poster

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    but you have to admit it does look like one though, but it probably isnt..:sohappy:
     
  9. wannab@dis

    wannab@dis Well-Known Member

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    Gotta vote no on this one...

    Here's the coordinates for what you are talking about... 28°27'11.27"N 81°42'16.13"W
     
  10. masonp

    masonp Member Original Poster

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    I still think the other one is better...LOL
     
  11. PintoColvig

    PintoColvig Active Member

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    Driving directions for this?
     
  12. e4ymod

    e4ymod Well-Known Member

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    Look up two posts:wave: Those are the coordinates just follow that. :lol:
     
  13. e4ymod

    e4ymod Well-Known Member

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    All jokes aside though... Take 192 West, then US27 North, make a right on Shell Pond Rd. Follow that and you'll see it on your left.
     
  14. FourFourSeven

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    I think you can find what look like "hidden Mickeys" just about anywhere with Google Earth. For example, I just selected a random site in Florida (ended up near Miami, I believe) - it turns out I picked a golf course. Very first spot I looked at, I saw a shape that looks like a hidden Mickey:
    25 46'43.62"N 80 20'33.09"W

    You need to zoom in, and rotate it so south faces upward.

    I suspect you could go all around the country on Google Earth and find millions of "hidden Mickeys." I challenge people to find the best unintentional Hidden Mickeys in the world!
     
  15. masonp

    masonp Member Original Poster

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    Youre On for the Challenge...:wave:


     
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    dandaman Well-Known Member

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    Just a confirmation: This isn't referring to the "cornfield" Mickey in Clermont, right? I'm too lazy to plug in the co-ordinates...
     
  17. wannab@dis

    wannab@dis Well-Known Member

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    just an FYI (which you may already know)... You can copy and paste the coords directly into the find (Fly To) field...

    (I always look for the easy/lazy way) :lol:
     
  18. dandaman

    dandaman Well-Known Member

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    Oh. :lol:
     
  19. maxime29

    maxime29 Premium Member

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    We know one thing:

    This isn't news or a rumor relating to WDW.
     

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