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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by mhambi, Jan 23, 2020.
Not Google Earth but highway camera. Sherman Pass, WA a few days ago, looks like a Samsquanch.
One went past my house a few weeks ago. I should be standing in the window of my lounge when it is uploaded / updated. The current streetview image is about five years old.
Current picture of my house is 7 years old. Old dog invisible. Barely see wife and kid in shade of porch.
Randomness... Cape Town
Pratt and Whitney facility a couple of years ago on Google Maps.
Wonder if someone forgot to put something secret back into the building before going to lunch?
Waterfront property, Philippines style. Remember to support bans for straws in Malibu to save the planet.
Google earth had me in the backyard taking out the trash. It's since been updated with a new picture.
Me on my way home from work. Hey, when you see the car with the funny ball on top coming at you, you have to stick your giant head out of the window.
Insignificant but fun for me. Last time I looked my trailer is in photo of place I rented in Texas. Same trailer is in photo of my back yard in Alabama.
Was that cape town SA?
I think my house picture still has the 2 boats i used to own.. i miss them.
Here's a story from last year, where a man's sunken car was spotted on Google Earth 20 years after he disappeared. He was right in the middle of a crowded development the whole time:
They got me riding the lawn tractor, with a big cigar in my mouth.
I was close to the road; cool picture.
Have heard that there is a commercial building on the line. One side has a bar because it is legal there. The other side is dry.
Satellite caught me building my backyard deck about 13-14 years ago. Should have downloaded the pic. Now it shows a much more recent view with the completed deck.
You can view old imagery using the timeline feature... it's likely it's still there.
How about the 'scarecrow village' of Nagoro in Japan. As the residents die or move away a local artist is replacing them with 'kakashi'.