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Canadian artist Jon Rafman is an unusual photographer – he explores Google Street Views and takes screenshots of the most incredible sights here. From a toddler left on street to a tiger roaming near a convenience store – “with its supposedly neutral gaze, the Street View photography had a spontaneous quality unspoiled by the sensitivities or agendas of a human photographer,” says Jon.
Originally posted by dave0davidson
Pretty clever idea.
I'd have to say the two old men who look the same are probably the same old man. The google vehicle probably got two pictures of him several seconds apart, and when the images are stitched together it looks like two old men. You can see evidence of the stitching in the one with the girl jumping off the bridge into the river, where the rail doesn't line up. I'd also bet the few pictures of people in masks and whatnot are probably staged. They probably noticed the google van and managed to get ahead of it with props.
Originally posted by Iamschist
Over all those photos are disturbing. So much violence/guns. Who are those people in the masks and what are they doing? My favorite is the Monarch Butterfly, I love them any way and what are the odds Google would catch one in flight like that? I also love the one you do OP, the rock house. I love rocks and that is just so cute, I want to live there!
Originally posted by bigyin
The picture with the 70 sign ........ does anybody know where that is ?
Originally posted by nimbinned
reply to post by mblahnikluver
Thanks for posting more pics. I found all of them to be funny, entertaining, amusing, shocking beguiling. Kind of like what life is all about really. What is this dude up to ?