Satellite Images Of U.S. Cities Level 3

North is more or less up.

Color may not be true. Also look out for seasonal color changes.

Obviously name the principle city, not some Hootin' Holler in the far corner.
Some of these require a strong knowledge of U.S. geography. I would suggest trying the easier quizzes too; the easiest in the series being #1.
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The abrupt transition point of sandy coast to almost exclusively rocky coast.
Level 87
Dec 12, 2021
As I made this quiz more difficult than the first two, with smaller cities, it also became harder to find photos I could link to this site. Some are taken at odd angles, obviously by astronauts and not a satellite. Many had clouds obscuring important details or half the urban areas was left out. I had to discard a lot of potential images because the scale was way too large and couldn't be cropped with any clarity.

All in all, it makes it a lot more challenging for geography nerds.