Awesome Movies, Seen Through Google Street View
The above Google Street View of 130 Linden Ave might look familiar, if a little off. It’s actually a scene from Jim Jarmusch’s Mystery Train, with a twist.
It’s a sampling from the new tumblr Google Street Scene, which takes images from movies and makes them look like you encountered them on Google Street View.
Created by Tre Baker, the site gives each movie frame the Google Street View treatment, complete with blurred-out faces on the humans and the geographical coordinates. Check out more below.
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It’s Woman’s Day In Ukraine. Here’s What That Means For The Mothers And Daughters Living With Revolution.
We are all here today because of the women that stood by their husbands, brothers, children, friends, and did whatever they could not do. We’re all in this together – in Ukraine and across the world.
I am both Scottish and British. I was born into the best of both worlds, with the freedom to switch between them as I choose. Who would threaten that? Why? Like my new friend wanted to know, what the hell is going on?
What are you going to do with this time you “save” speed reading? Work more? Watch more TV? Respond to email? Ugh. By doing this you miss out on all the ancillary benefits of reading: peace, quiet and concentration. Don’t toss that out.
Two Women Thought Their House Was Haunted–But What They Actually Discovered Was More Terrifying Than They Could’ve Imagined
But then the door to the house swings open. I can hear a struggle.