... 1.) Your satellite view is nothing like what I see in maps.... what's the deal with the GM view?
2.) ... Did an RIS work on this one? My guess is yes. ...
1.) Yeah, Maps displays a different satellite imagery, still the "Y" path, the building, clumps of trees and many other details can be recognised from the photos one can find on the Web. It was intended to be an option for those who did not like to look up the exact SV spot where the example photo was taken.
2.) If "RIS work" means that I have checked my OP images with GLens and GImages before posting puzzle, then your hunch is right! ( :
You and your cool smartphone...! ( : Few days ago I have read some related about that:
"...being an adult is staring at medium screens all day to come home and stare at a little screen while a big screen is on in the background..."
I thought, probably you are not that kind of guy John... ( :
why2k ! Your new avatar was the surprise of the day for me... ( : Firstly I did not like it, however also have to be told; it is a refreshment for the eyes. ( ;
1) That's what I don't understand : I get the same satellite imagery everywhere. Where does yours come from?
2) G-Lens didn't work for me on this one, and I didn't use other RIS apps or sites, that's why I asked the question.
Don't worry, I never stare at two screens at the same time. And I can stay off the screen (and even off FG as you may have noticed) for quite a long time occasionally. But the phone allows me to check if there's anything new on FG without having to go and turn on the PC. Very useful. When I see a new puzzle and my search returns something, I can't help going ahead and posting it though. Well, sometimes. Sometimes, I can't do it right now, I'm like "I'll do this tomorrow". It depends.
My blog (image search puzzle): story.kakao.com/searchability Only one correct answer will break present barrier there, and bring you to next stage. (It s three stages, wholly 28 Questions) anyone can write when log in. tell me that u wrote there.
I've been searching for this location every day. I must be way off base. Thought it was that big head once used at and owned by a festival, but all the location leads came up empty. Hair pulling time and try a different tactic but time is probably running out.
BELATED SUCCESS .... I gave up on my stubborn thought that the Jimmy Carr giant head was the ticket to finding this place. Once I did that, I opened the Spoiler clues that got me here. I look forward to finding out about the sculpture when the answer is posted.
A giant outdoor portrait of Scots poet Hamish Henderson is being created on a remote hillside at the Spittal of Glenshee to celebrate 100 years since his birth in the area.
PIC: Clare Cooper
The portrait will be created using 4,000 metres of jute which is being shaped over Ban an Loin by artist Martin McGuinness in tribute to both the poet and the fabric that was central the development of Blairgowrie, where the Henderson was born on November 11, 1919. ... Mr McGuinness added: "The portrait is facing Ben Gulabin where Hamish’s ashes are scattered. I hope he would approve – he has certainly been an inspiration for me and I am proud to be able to make my contribution to the 100th anniversary celebrations of such a legend of Scottish culture."
Spittal of Glenshee, Scotland, UK. 18th November 2019. View of a giant portrait of Blairgowrie poet Hamish Henderson sculpted onto a Perthshire hillside to commemorate the folk legend and launch the Cateran Ecomuseum. The 175m long temporary sculpture made from jute by local artist Martin McGuiness is called “Come aa ye at hame wi Freedom” and celebrates 100 years since the poet’s birth.The Cateran Ecomuseum is a new outdoor museum featuring attractions across Perthshire and west Angus. The sculpture is visible until 8th December 2019.
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