Fancy yourself as a photographer for Google? Applications are open for taking the Street View Trekker out for a walk to some remote locations.
In an effort to map parts of the planet where cars can't go, the tech giant is working with third-party organizations to gather imagery from hiking trails, beaches, canyons, and mountaintops.
Having previously charted the terrain of hard-to-reach areas such as the Grand Canyon and Great Barrier Reef, Google has added another notch to its belt.
The UK's waterways are being mapped by Google, so you can take a stroll down them without getting wet.
The Street View trekker sets sail down the country's most endangered river, taking in views of the Grand Canyon, Nankoweap Granaries, the Redwall Cavern, and much more.
The company has deployed its Trekker team to Arizona for its latest far-flung project.
Nearing the 150th anniversary of the iconic cemetery, Google Maps straps on its Trekker backpack to photograph the graveyard's sweeping views and hundreds of thousands of tombstones.
A "street view" from the pinnacle of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai offers offers a sweeping view of the city from 2,717 feet up in the air.