Google Street view is just a beautiful thing. Sure, Google Earth is pretty cool and comical at the same time. It’s quite interesting watching “Send Nudes” signs on the top of houses or glancing at the peak of the Pyramids of Giza. But, Google Street is something else. Here’s are some of the most interesting images that these on-foot cameras have discovered all over the world.
Don’t ask us how, but here is a flock of pigeon heads on the streets of Tokyo.
These are probably the only scarecrows ever made not to actually scare crows. This crowd consists of 1000 scary statues that are a work of a Finnish artist Reijo Kela.
This guy is about to shoot an apple on top of the other guy’s head. I wanna know the outcome, to be honest.
CAPTURING AN ARTIST
Google Street captured an artist in London that is capturing the Kensington Gardens. Pretty sweet…
WINNER WINNER FISH DINNER
Looks like this bear is just about to settle in and eat a nice dinner because a camera rudely interrupted him.
An actual bear wouldn’t be as exciting as this fella wearing a bear costume outside his cabin in Fish Lakes Creek, Alaska.
I’ve honestly got no clue what this is. Looks like someone made a modern day Cupid’s ‘laser’ and tased these two into falling for each other.
HORSE AND A BANANA
This person in Victoria, British Columbia set up this picture and I’m glad he did.
Ever wonder what it’s like getting stuck in a corn maze? Well, this maze on Google Streets was made specifically for this purpose. You can enter, but the only way you’ll get out is by closing the browser.
TOILET PAPER PRANK
This house in Wisconsin was just recently pranked when the Google Street car drove by.
This car was wrapped in plastic. This poor guy probably took a lot more time to get to his job in Santa Cruz, California.
HOUSE ON FIRE
This house in Arkansas was caught on fire and as you can see, firefighters are hard at work to put it out. Luckily, there was a Google Street Car passing by to document their efforts.
Google Street caught this wedding back in 2008. This spot is now a Subway shop.
Don’t worry, this isn’t some psycho witchcraft or something. This picture was taken somewhere in October, meaning it’s a Halloween decoration.
Nothing to see here, just two pair of missing legs. If anyone lost their’s in Alaska recently, contact us.