Google added 3D trees to Google Earth in three new cities in the United States: Los Angeles, Denver and Boulder, announced Kay Chen, Geo 3D Program Manager.
"If you want to get a taste of these cities, put on some shades and visit in Google Earth. Just make sure "Trees" is checked under "3D Buildings" in the left layers panel.
Chen writes that "Typically, when you imagine trees in Los Angeles, you picture the commanding palm trees that line the famous Hollywood avenues or dot the gracious mansions of Beverly Hills. While Palm Trees may dominate the landscape, there are actually many other trees both native and foreign that inhabit the city, such as the California Oak, Black Walnut trees, and California Sycamore (to name a few).
You can now get a glimpse of these trees with the new 3D tree models covering the West Side, including cities like Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, and Hollywood, as well as parts of downtown where the financial district sits."