It took me a while to find WoGE #394, even if I found out very quickly what continent it was on. There aren't many places where a curving road following the contours of the land would break out into a rectangular NS/EW grid as soon as it reaches level ground. :)
Despite having a fair idea of the general area, it wasn't until I was showing a colleague how to combine all the visual clues into a specific area that I accidentally stumbled across it, right where I had explained that it might very well be!
And now for something completely different:
WoGE #395 has a lot of geology in it, both tectonics, sedimentology, fluvial deposits, and - something else.
For any new players to Where on (Google) Earth, simply post a comment with latitude and longitude and write something about the (geologic/geographic/hydrographic) feature in the picture. If you win, you get to host the next one. Previous WoGEs are collected by Felix on his blog and a KML file.
Because this WoGE ought to be rather easy, I invoke Schott's Rule: former winners have to wait with posting for 1 hour for each WoGE they got right. I will post some hints if there is no answer after some time.