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Moments Google Street View cars never meant to capture

 A crowd gathers around the injured victim of an accident in a picture from Jon Rafman's Nine Eyes of Google Street views, which collates images caught by the company's cars as they mapped the world
A boy falls from his bicycle as he rides in the Wujie Township, in the Yilan area of Taiwan
A woman appears to be naked at the edge of the sea at this Italian beach while a man in Ireland has an interesting way to welcome the car to this estate in Ireland

Bad timing? What could be a body is seen in the rear of this pick-up truck as the car goes by in Winnipeg, Canada
What appears to be a prostitute touts for work among Spanish lorry drivers in the town of Santa Perp├ętua de Mogoda
 A wild reindeer runs down the road ahead of the car in a remote area of northern Norway
A kit of pigeons takes to the air as the vehicles passes the Herois de Franca, in Matosinhos, Portugal
Smoke billows into the air and flames lick from the rear of a camper van as it burns on a residential street in Rio de Janeiro, captured from one of the nine cameras mounted to the car

 An elderly gentleman can be seen twice on the Rue Valette, a street in the town of Pompertuzat, near Toulouse. The effect can happen because of the nine cameras mounted on the car all taking an image at the same time

A man from the Canadian city of Toronto hides behind a lamppost as this man in New York appears triumphant as the car passes
A group of men wear masks and appear to pose for the camera as the car photographs the outskirts of Nacozari De Garcia in Mexico
A man is seen among woodland close to Nacozari de Garcia
A group of men flee down the Victoria Highway near Gregory in Northern Australia after the Victoria River burst its bank


  1. Those are not pigeons in the Portugese photo. Try sea gulls instead!

  2. them are my niggaz up in the victoria highway on some drugs


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