Cruising around a supervolcano lake in Street View

I love seeing the creative lengths to which the Geo team goes in capturing our planet’s richness:

At over 100 kilometers long and 30 kilometres wide, Lake Toba is the largest volcanic lake in the world. A small team of Googlers spent the last two months scouring every meter of its coastline, using a Street View Trekker mounted on a boat,  to collect gorgeous 360-degree imagery around this former supervolcano.

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