|A salute to the possibilities ...|
A musical performance* transported me to Pamplona. Here's a Google Street View tourist's take on this historic destination. I hadn't planned on visiting, but I'm happy I did!
|Reserved for you!|
Google Street View invites you to visit.
|Begin your explorations with the Archivo de Navarra.|
The Royal Palace of Pamplona was renovated to house the Archives in 2003.
|Pamplona is the home of dramatic shadows.|
|Street View was here!|
Where Google Street View cameras pass by every few years, it is possible to call up previous views to check on the recent history of a landmark. This is done by clicking in the upper left of the Maps screen,which gives one the capability of sliding from one year to another. Here's what we got at the Banesto location:
First, the box:
|On Google Maps, (not here) you can click on the image in the box for a full-screen view.|
The "Banesto series" follows:
|Street View May 2012|
|Street View Aug 2014|
|Street View March 2015|
|Street View July 2016|
Banesto was a bank that was renamed, gobbled up, etc.
See Wikipedia for further details and current owner.
both shadows and reflections....
|Ok, we're lost! But who cares? On Street View there are no dangerous neighborhoods!|
|At the corner of where you're going and where you've been.|
|Narrow passageways play with sunlight...|
|...while local residents play with color.|
|Portal to our next adventure!|
All images above were derived from Google Street View using Google Picasa.