After assembling the source imagery and rendering the map, I found some found beauty when post-processing it. Little did I know, but the found beauty lies directly at the center of this map. You’ll have to view the rendering details to read about what discovered. Let’s just say the beauty is a terrible beauty and oddly I can now add this map to the list of maps that contain a memorial…
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When I saw this, I had my suspicisions that it was the site of the Alfred P. Murrow Federal Building. So I opened up Google Earth and lo & behold the spot was listed as the Oklahoma City National Memorial, which is the site of where the building once was before it was bombed in 1995.
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