You are here. But only for a moment. Your fleeting glimpse is featured here. Momentary inspiration can be revealing, especially when the images are revisited. Here are some perspectives that I have captured using generations of Google Street View cameras (as many as 15 at one point) while "just passing by."
|Signal Lights at Windsor|
"Imperfect Arches" Street View visits Portland CT's Arrigoni Bridge.
When driverless cars become more prevalent we may capture more shots
like this. Meanwhile, Google will cameras will do their best to
bring us the beauty we miss at center bridge going, say 60mph or more.
Seventeen eyes! You're seeing this via the 15 eyes of Google plus my two.
Imperfections are common in these clips. On most images they can be
minimized by adjusting the angle or selecting a different Street View
year (if available). Below are two moods of Clark Street Rd. in Cayuga NY:
|Between the Lines|
Ever see wildlife on Google Street View? "Black Towers" is a rare Street View sighting of a Herring Gull in NYC.
Keep moving...Do not linger...Pass me by! Google Street View at 601 N. Branford St. Allentown PA captures stuff we're not supposed to notice. However, for you special ones with open eyes, this space is now reserved.
Classic! Captured by Google's cameras on a fireboat in the middle of the Hudson River in 2015, this is one of my favorite views of the NY skyline. I modified and framed it using Picasa for this interpretation.
Forgotten is a fate most of us share. Thanks to Google Street View, some of us, our creations and our lives will be preserved--even if we think they are of no consequence.
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