Earlier this year Google and Visit Florida, the state's tourism agency, recruited four men to walk miles of Florida's coastline while wearing pound backpacks equipped with lens camera towers. After four months of walking, the four men—four saints, really—finished their journey Wednesday night at South Pointe Park in Miami Beach. The men told the Miami Herald that they had an OK time, but are mostly happy that the job is done.
Google Maps. Google Maps have a camera that travels the world capturing images of every street - and sometimes a little more than it bargained for. Recently, Express.
Google Maps is a constant source of entertainment, showing everything from the shocking to the downright hilarious. A recently unveiled image taken from Google Maps shows a scene which is both weird and wonderful, taken on a beach in the US. The sunbather is completely naked, which is surprising in itself given that everyone around is fully clothed.
Tuesday, 28th November by Alex Turnbull. Wearing a sarong perhaps? Sex unknown of course, but topless nevertheless. Well, do you know of a better one?
Tuesday, 24th March by Alex Turnbull. Warning: This post contains partial nudity and other images that you may not deem suitable for the workplace or for children. Evaluating the situation again nearly 3 years later, it seems that only half the people got what they wanted.
You do NOT need to buy anything. The free download is all you need. If you have never used Google Earth, you'll probably want to return to the Google Earth website and look at the video tutorials.
Luckily for the guy his manhood has been hidden from view by a conveniently placed umbrella pole. The placement of the pole falls directly between his behind, concealing his private parts from the rest of the world. Previously, a man was caught performing a bizarre act on the street view. Real Life.
Download Google Earth. Back then it was called Club Zoro and its founder was Alois Knapp, a Chicago lawyer, German Nacktkulturist, editor of Sunshine and Health magazine, and "the father of nudism in America. Maslins Beach Adelaide was the first city in Australia to legalize a nude bathing beach Maslins Beach.
Have you ever spotted a Google Street View car in your area? Google updates its Street View imagery every few years or so in most urban areas, so depending on where you live, you might have a pretty good chance of seeing one of Google's unmistakable Street View cars take a drive down your street with its branded exterior and wacky looking camera perched on top of its roof. It just so turns out that Google's Street View team often ends up capturing some pretty strange stuff.