HA! I feel your pain. The pic of my house was taken several years ago, during one of the worst heat wave & droughts we'd had in decades. My lawn looks dead, spider mites had stripped my bushes of all their foliage & my house had not been painted in over 15 years. NOT a pretty picture. But it's nice to see how much it's improved since then.
I agree! And while they're at it I hope they update my house too! I have a big brown circle of dirt in my back yard from where our pool use to sit! Plus, our house has doubled in size since then. :(
Haha, that is pretty funny. I wouldn't mind a new pic of my house either!
Wow. I'm afraid to look. I find it kind of frightening that they have that level of detail!
I'm just grateful that Google didn't photo my house back in the day of the chain link fence around the front yard. Nothing says "ghetto" like a chain link fence.
At least you have a Street View :-) None here, that's how far out in the boonies I am.
NV, It kinda scares me too, honestly.Karen Anne, I looked right after I bought my house (in Nov. of '06) and my hometown didn't have Street View. Apparently we got it sometime during the summer of '08, based on this photo....
Ha! Ours has some beat-up car in the driveway and we have no idea who it belongs to since our previous owners couldn't even drive!
whoa, I can see why you'd say that!my son showed me how you can see historical imagery of locations on Google Earth--an interesting way to see a number of different phases of a neighbourhood/home!