Posted on August 2nd, 2016

Your Imagery Work Break – 2016 Isle of Wight Festival

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IsleofWightFestival_6_9_2016_GE1_50cmcolor_ENHANCE(Images Courtesy: DigitalGlobe. Processed by Apollo Mapping for improved color accuracy and clarity.)

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Summer is quickly coming to an end so get up out of your chair and get some fresh air; but before you take that next work break, check out the 50-cm color GeoEye-1 image here collected on June 9, 2016 over the 2016 Isle of Wight Festival in the United Kingdom. The Isle of Wight festival started in 1968 with a series of events until it culminated in some 600,000 attendees watching acts such as Jimi Hendrix and The Who in 1970. Restarted in 2002, the yearly gathering of music, food and fun is held on the largest English island, the Isle of Wight, which is some 60 miles southwest of London. The 2016 edition of the Isle of Wight Festival had an estimated 58,000 plus attendees with The Who and Queen headlining the main stage. You can find out more about this iconic festival here.

Have a great rest of your workday!

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