[OSM-talk] Mystery structure on a South China Sea reef

Oleksiy Muzalyev oleksiy.muzalyev at bluewin.ch
Tue Aug 1 20:04:39 UTC 2017

Come to think about it looks indeed as a small resort. There is no 
helipad, no pier to accept heavier armored boats.

This case shows a limitation of satellite imagery. It is hard to tell by 
looking at the roofs from above what it is. But if in addition to the 
satellite imagery we had an oblique aerial image like this one for example:
it would be a much easier task. One such aerial photo would be enough 
for the whole reef.

I did not have time to go along the streets to film "street view" 
photos, but it took me about couple of minutes to shoot this aerial photo.

Best regards,

On 01.08.17 21:37, Sérgio V. wrote:
> It's also there with Digital Globe Premium at:
> http://www.openstreetmap.org/edit#map=18/8.35838/115.23794
> I bet (a beer) it's a single family's private resort:
> What you see is a small bungalow with a wooden deck, a small boat 5m 
> to Northeast, and two big beach umbrellas (one for the couple, the 
> other for the children), like these:
> The blue one:
> http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Blue-Jumbrella-Giant-Umbrella-Parasol-5x5M-Crank-Handle-Commercial-Quality/272772644331
> And the white one:
> https://www.aliexpress.com/item/7-meter-Deluxe-big-patio-umbrellas/1870364994.html
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