Photos on Google Maps

I just found a very interesting feature on Google maps that I had never seen before. I opened a new Google page, clicked on “Maps”, typed in a city, and of course the map came up to the right, but on the left, 3 small photos of the area also showed up. Under them was a caption, “More Photos”. I clicked it. That brought up a page with something called Panoramio. Suddenly the map was speckled with tiny photos all over the map. Each one was clickable and came up larger, with a caption of where or what it was. I can’t seem to figure out how to get a screen shot embedded here, unfortunately.

I can see “addiction” written all over this. Looks like some areas have more photos posted than others, but what fun to pull up photos of places I’ve lived before!

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About D. D. Syrdal

Writer of vampire stories and science fiction. Currently prepping a vampire novel for submission. If you like a vampire you can go out drinking with and still respect yourself in the morning, I think you'd like Andrej.
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3 Responses to Photos on Google Maps

  1. Les says:

    Look here: http://www.panoramio.com/

    Step 1: Get an account
    Step: 2 Upload photos
    Step 3: Create a bike route in Bikemap.net
    Step 4: Figure out what Les is talking about!

    Explore & enjoy!

    Les

    PS Hint: You will be able to see photos others have taken on routes you have ridden or plan on riding.

  2. Digital Dame says:

    Thanks, Les! When did they hook this into Google maps? I’d never seen it before today.

  3. Google map-based tool shows symptoms for any geographical spot.

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