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I am trying to use GeoGraphics for some land navigation. In the spirit of showing my work, here is what I've done so far:

battleAx = GeoBoundsRegion[{{44.5, 45.75}, {-123., -122}}];

colWay = GeoPosition[{45.61996, -122.66791}];

home = GeoPosition[{45.6138, -122.5837}];

homeMarker = GeoCircle[home, 500];

colWayMarker = GeoCircle[colWay, 500];

reliefMap = 
 GeoGraphics[{battleAx, Red, homeMarker, colWayMarker}, 
  GeoGridLines -> Automatic, GeoScaleBar -> "Imperial", 
  GeoBackground -> "ReliefMap", ImageSize -> 300]

Graphics

The graphic produced by GeoGraphics of a region always seems to designate the region by darkening it and making it less readable. Is there a way to eliminate that?

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    $\begingroup$ You may just mean to do GeoRange -> battleAx a rather than including it in the items to be drawn $\endgroup$ – Carl Lange Jul 26 '20 at 9:46
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You can add FaceForm[] or GeoStyling[Opacity[0]] or GeoStyling["ReliefMap"] before battleAx:

{rm1, rm2, rm3} = GeoGraphics[{#, battleAx, Red, homeMarker, colWayMarker}, 
     GeoGridLines -> Automatic, GeoScaleBar -> "Imperial", 
     GeoBackground -> "ReliefMap", ImageSize -> 300] & /@ 
  {FaceForm[], GeoStyling[Opacity[0]], GeoStyling["ReliefMap"]};

Row[{rm1, rm2, rm3}, Spacer[10]]

enter image description here

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  • $\begingroup$ Thank you -- perfect! $\endgroup$ – David Keith Jul 26 '20 at 18:55

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