JUST when you think you’ve seen it all, Google Maps is the gift you keep being given.
An eagle-eyed Reddit user has spotted a Google Earth camera person doing their job on a rather unusual mode of transportation.
Google Street View was released in 2007 and has extensively mapped 10 million miles of the world.
Whether you’re looking for directions or just scanning an unfamiliar city, Google Street View can reveal some quirky sights along the way.
A Google Street View camera rides on a tractor on the island of Inisbofin in Ireland.
The event was captured in the shade on a sunny street.
The camera is visible in shadow, its iconic handle sticking up in the air.
A part of the tractor wheel can also be seen on the right of the picture.
The tractor is one of Google Street View’s quirkier vehicles, but it’s not the only odd mode of transportation the tech giant uses.
A snowmobile was commissioned to make the 2010 Winter Olympics sites visible on the internet.
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Stone Henge, the infamous Wonder of the World, was mapped on Google Street View from an all-terrain tricycle.
Google even paid to map underwater terrain, including the Great Barrier Reef.
Maybe we really do live on Google’s earth.
The Google Maps fandom has made its way onto TikTok.
TikToker Google Maps Fun posted a series of clips and screenshots from around the world that stunned and terrified social media users.
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https://www.the-sun.com/tech/4968237/google-maps-cameraman-tractor/ A hilarious Google Maps scene shows a Street View cameraman traveling in a VERY strange way