After a good 20 minutes spinning the GE globe, I managed to identify Ron Schott’s WOGE #599 as north-east Russia. I had somewhat of an advantage here as I fly over Russia regularly, and the interlocking spurs, barren mountaintops and sparsely vegetated and snow-dusted riverbanks all looked very familiar to me.
I am now happy to present a 600-post milestone in the history of WOGE – number 600.
Simply identify the location below, providing latitude and longitude and a brief description about why this location is geologically interesting or significant.
So spin the globe over the myriad of landscapes, crawl the web for any information you can, and breathe a deep sigh of relief when you find the mystery location.