How can you upload a picture in Google Earth?

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If you have an aerial photo or satellite image then you can create an image overlay in Google Earth with that image and orient it to align correctly with the ground.

From Add Menu in Google Earth select Image Overlay then browse to the image to use. Then use control corners and rotation tool to orient the image. You may need to use transparency to match the features in the image overlay with those on the map.

To share your placemarks with others on the Internet you right-mouse click and select "Share / Post" on the Folder or Placemark feature then pick the related topic for this content. Your placemarks will be uploaded for anyone to see.
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