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FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » Float Tubes, Pontoons and Related Equipment Discussions » Fishing Related Discussions » Current Satellite or aerial photos of SoCal lakes..

Current Satellite or aerial photos of SoCal lakes..

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Komori

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This may have been asked before.. Where can I find any RECENT satellite photos of our Lakes, especially Lake Perris with it's new, very high water level shorelines. Google Earth just shows older shots from several years ago. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks!

Jerdon

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I have not looked myself since I live so close. But I hear Google Earth has two settings you can monkey with.
Clouds Layer and Dailey Planet.

I hope this helps


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Another way with Google Pro

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If you look at the top of the pic you can see in BLUE what looks like a little clock. If you click on that clock a drop down show up as a slider, sort of a ghost image in this pic. You can move the slider back and forth and get images from 1996 to August of 2018.


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Yes it has been asked before.

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You need to be on a desktop version of Google Earth which happens to be up to Pro now.


Mobile Google earth is showing the same image as desktop Maps which is about 10 years old.

Mobile Maps is showing the same image is Desktop Earth but only Desktop Earth has the timeline bar to see the very latest image which is a year old.

bugger


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Been playing with the phone and I see on Mobile Earth you can get the latest default image like Desktop.

Touch the bars on the upper left and select "Map Style".
then deselect "Turn on 3d Buildings".

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