Google Earth changed the way how earth was explored forever. Today, we use it for navigation, on trips and view the satellite imagery of places around the world. However, technology cannot be trusted every time especially if it warps landscapes in most bizarre and impossible way. This glitch exists in Google Earth which happens because of how it capture the images. The process is called texture mapping that overlays a flat satellite image with a 3D terrain map.
Google’s Algorithm works most of the time but occasionally it messes up trying to stretch a 2D image over a 3D landscape which leads to a crazy distortion of the landscape. Brooklyn artist Clement Valla spends his time searching Google for these kind of screw-ups and documents them on his website. Check out a few of them below: