Google Street View began in 2007 with coverage of just five cities. Over the past decade, the camera-equipped car, aerial drones and the on-foot trekkers have captured some interesting images from locations around the world.
For example, here's a picture of a skier on the very green slopes of Mont Blanc, near the border of France and Italy.
Originally published April 23, 2018 and updated as weird new Google Street View images are spotted.
Artist Ben Kinsley choreographed several vignettes on Sampsonia Way, in the Pittsburgh historic district, timed to coincide with the arrival of the Google Street View car in 2008. One of these vignettes was a parade with a marching band, a color guard team and...
Those aren't humans waiting at the bus stop in Nagoro, Japan. Those are just a few of the hundreds of rag dolls created by Tsukimi Ayano as stand-ins for her former neighbors, who have either moved away from the village or died.
This cyclist found himself behind the Street View car in Victoria, Australia. So, he did what many people in December 2016 did to celebrate the presence of a camera: He dabbed all the way down the street.
Here's the street view where the Kevin Costner-led classic Field of Dreams was filmed in Dyersville, Iowa.
Here's a snapshot of a cat pooping in Tver Oblast, Russia.