Google Earth gives The City virtual trees

Google Earth 6 has planted more than 50 different species of trees all over the world on its virtual tours, including what used to be a bald San Francisco.

You can see The City’s eucalyptus and cypress on this Googleweb video of three-dimensions of hovering the Presidio, Coit Tower and the Golden Gate Bridge.

And since it’s virtual, you probably don’t have to watch for toppling trees in the Richmond.

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