Some bloody ripper photos caught on Google Street
Bloody Google truly is a ubiquitous beast. Deadset, not only is it one of the few companies that we all interact with on a daily basis, but it’s also one that pretty much captures every aspect of the human experience. Don’t get us wrong, we know there are some pretty dystopian shades to that, but it’s also an interesting thing to consider from a sociological perspective. Take Google Earth for example. The vehicles drive around and record everything happening as they go. And that creates images like these…
Yeah, nah, we don’t know if you’ve ever seen the Google cam coming by, but every now and then you might be lucky enough to catch one. If you do, there are two things that can happen: first, you might prepare a nice little browneye for it. Alternatively, you might just go about your business.
It’s those images where the subjects are just living their lives and Google’s getting candid shots that we love the most. Yeah, nah, take the guy with the cat on his head, or the kids getting arrested, or every other moment you can see here as an example.
Every single one of them is just a reflection of humanity. Whether we’re doing something dodgy or we’re stacking our bike into a brick wall, we’re always living in the moment and Google’s there to record that. S**t, it’s even there to record it when there’s a tiger patrolling the street – or a frog.
Obviously, we’re all having our movements recorded all the time by our smart-phones, but when the camera catches us, we truly are immortalised – at least for a while. There’s something awesome about that.
Yeah, nah, whether it’s capturing spooked horses, people macking on, time-travelling knights errant, or creepy AF images that could be album covers, we’re there for it.
And then there’s the browneye guy. F**ken good on ya, dude.
Final thought: Yeah, nah, we’re pretty sure Google’s not going anywhere. Matter of fact, we’re pretty sure that it might just be seen as God in a future iteration of planet earth. Let us know what you reckon in the Facebook comments.
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