High resolution imagery of remote places can be mesmerising. Take, for example the southermost high resolution imagery currently available in Google Earth (as far as I can tell), of Candlemas and Vindication islands, part of the South Sandwich Islands, at 57 degrees south. The satellite image is just crawling with icebergs, and the quality is stunning:
Finally does anyone know what this high resolution area in Norway is good for? I suspect it is a shooting range, but there aren’t any Google Earth Community postings about it (which is rare, these days:-).