Place Marker Icon in Flat Style

This Place Marker icon is made in flat color style. This format was developed by Icons8 designer team and became immensely popular for use in web and mobile applications. Feel free to download this icon in PNG format for free, or unlock other formats for $5. Unlike other icon packs that have merely hundreds of icons, this monster icon pack contains 5,200 icons, all in the same style and quality.
It's a logo for Geo-fence and has a "C" shaped line at the base facing upwards with a pointed circle pointing downwards into the "C". There is a circle in the middle of the pointed circle.

Related to Place Marker Icon

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Idea of Place Marker Icon by D. Rubber

We've received the idea on October 20, 2013 and created the icons on November 25, 2013

An icon for Geo-fence. What is geo-fencing? Well, simply said: A geo-fence is a virtual perimeter for a real-world geographic area(s). That area can be a circle, a rectangle or any size and shape you want it to be. Info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geo-fence

Please draw the icon like this:
- take the street_view icon from the Maps_and_Geolocation folder and remove the streetview guy so that only the circle on the ground is left over.
- take the marker icon from the Maps_and_Geolocation folder and put it exactly where the street_view guy was drawn, but not as big as the normal marker icon. The size of the streetview guy is the best size I think. That's it.

​A second icon for geo-fence would be to draw the marker icon behind a fence, so that the marker icon is in the background and the fence (which is drawn not too high) is on the foreground. Fence icon example:
More like you are watching your neighbor who is standing in his garden with his little dog and you do see your neighbor standing there but you can't see his little dog (hidden by the fence). That's how I would draw it. Not the neighbor, but the marker ;-)