When two worlds collide…

This interesting image is of my office building in Sydney, as shown in Google Earth. You can check it out yourself by searching for Corner Castlereagh and Goulburn Streets, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Evidently two photos taken at different angles have had to come together to make this odd shot. My question is: how do they do it? Presumably there’s not some guy sitting there in front of Photoshop deep-etching buildings, so what sort of logic does it take to blend two completely skew-whif photos like this?

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2 thoughts on “When two worlds collide…

  1. Geoff Rollins

    Sydney in particular seems pretty freaky on some of the GE pictures. I have no idea how they can so seamlessly, yet obviously blend 2 or more images together!

    One of the things I like most about GE is being able to use it in conjunction with gVisit to view the server locations of hits on my website.

  2. Geoff Rollins

    Sydney in particular seems pretty freaky on some of the GE pictures. I have no idea how they can so seamlessly, yet obviously blend 2 or more images together!

    One of the things I like most about GE is being able to use it in conjunction with gVisit to view the server locations of hits on my website.

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