A few years ago, Google clicked some photos of some countries of the world with the satellite camera from the sky, which was really hard to believe…
You may have used Googles navigation and map tools often, but do you know that Google has got very strange pictures while photographing from the sky for the map. A few years ago, Google clicked some photos from a satellite camera from the sky in some countries of the world, in which some of the hidden places were visible, which was difficult to believe at first sight. After all, what do you see …
When photographs of land were taken from the satellite camera, very startling designs and shapes appeared in different parts of the world. Take this photo now. In a Brazilian town where Google Camera finds a human-shaped lake.
Many of the figures on the ground were so perfect that it was difficult to believe.
How does Google click photos?
Google takes photos through street cameras and satellites for the convenience of the people. Photos from satellite cameras are taken from thousands of feet of heights with millions of pixels. There is a separate time frame for every country to take photos. Often, satellite takes photos only during clean weather.
Street View was also discussed in
Some times ago Google’s Street View photos were also viral. These photos are actually captured in Panorama mode via Google Street View. Many times, due to technical failure, weird photographs came. When you try to zoom in these maps to see the photos around the location, sometimes weird pictures are also seen. They are called ‘Google Image Fail’.
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