As the winner of WoGE #243 over at Ron Schott's blog, I am here to present Where on Google Earth, for the first time on Geology at About.com. In this long-running game, you stare at a frame copied from Google Earth, figure out where it is, and try to be the first to post its name and location here in the comments, also saying something about the geology the image displays. If you win, you host the next round on your own website or blog (or cajole someone else into doing it). Click on the picture, or here, to see the full 1024 x 900 image.
Because this can be highly competitive (especially during American lunch hours), I could invoke the Schott Rule, which stipulates that previous winners must wait one hour for each time they've won before. But this time the rule will NOT be invoked. In fact, I'll add a hint: This site is on the boundary of one of Earth's youngest plates. Bonus kudos if you can come up with the name of that plate.