Tag Archives: Northern Hemisphere

Spring equinox 2017 Google doodle marks 1st day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere

Today's animated doodle ushering in spring shows a mouse at work, completing its spring cleaning rituals. The post Spring equinox 2017 Google doodle marks 1st day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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‘Tis the season! Google spreads cheer with its Holiday 2016 Day 1 doodle

Google has created two versions of the doodle - one for the Northern Hemisphere and one for the Southern Hemisphere. The post ‘Tis the season! Google spreads cheer with its Holiday 2016 Day 1 doodle appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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First day of winter Google doodle marks Northern Hemisphere’s Winter Solstice 2016

Google's Southern Hemisphere home pages have a similar doodle to mark the first day of summer for the other half of the world. The post First day of winter Google doodle marks Northern Hemisphere’s Winter Solstice 2016 appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Autumnal Equinox Google doodle welcomes first day of fall in the Northern Hemisphere

To mark the Autumn season, Google brought back the same artwork from its Vernal Equinox doodle earlier this year. The post Autumnal Equinox Google doodle welcomes first day of fall in the Northern Hemisphere appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Vernal Equinox Google doodle welcomes the first day of spring

The animated doodle has replaced Google's logo on many of its home pages in the Northern Hemisphere, leading to a search for "vernal equinox." The post Vernal Equinox Google doodle welcomes the first day of spring appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Vernal Equinox: First Day of Spring 2015 By Google & Other Search Engines

Today is the First Day of Spring - March 20, 2015, in the Northern Hemisphere but it sure doesn't feel like it, at least where I am. The snow is falling and the streets and trees are ice cold. Either way...