Wednesday, April 2, 2008

God and Google Earth

Scenes from the Bible have been imagined by countless artists over the centuries, but never quite like this. God’s Eye View portrays four key Biblical events as if captured by Google Earth.
God’s Eye View depicts Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden
or better yet.. (Stay Away From That Tree In the Middle)
Just my thoughts

Moses parting the Red Sea

The Crucifixion

Noah’s Ark

It’s the work of Sydney-based “creative collective” The Glue Society. The project was commissioned by Eric Romano of Pulse Art, New York for its Miami art fair.

If you have not seen Google Earth then you are MISSING something very worth the download..... It will amaze you........


Sharon Brumfield said...

That is pretty awesome.
I wonder if when we get to heaven we will get to see old video replays of the great events of the Bible.

Karen H. said...

Good Morning Denise,
This is such a wonderful and beautiful post you shared today. The pictures are just awesome. I have tried to download the Google Earth, but I guess my computer is way too old and it wouldn't let me. I hope all the bad weather has settled down around your way. It is suppose to start raining here again tonight and tomorrow rain again with the possiblity of some Severe Weather. They say it should all be cleared out by noon on Friday. Take care my friend and have a great day. May God Bless You and Yours.

Love & Hugs,
Karen H.

Angie said...

That was the coolest thing! You are such a blessing! Thank you so much for your kind comments on my rambling! Don't forget ----if you want to enter the contest for the Mother's Day give-away---to tell me what you think the "hint" is! :)
I think this will be fun! You can go back to the first blog post when I talked about it to "see" what the ***hint*** might look like!

Counting Your Blessings said...

Wow! HOW COOL! I gotta go see more. Blessings... Polly

Denise said...

Amazing, thanks for sharing my friend.

Mary said...

Your post is so awesome. A God's eye view and aren't they all beautiful.

I have tried downloading Google Earth several times but it never works for me. My nieces and nephews love it.

Hope all is well with you. I continue to pray for you.