I could have spent days at this place, but I only had one day in Washington DC and there was so much to see like the White House, Congress, Washington Monument etc.
This photo so far has more than 100,000 views on Google Maps since I added it in October.
I had the opportunity to go to Philadelphia for a work trip and took some photosphere pictures that worked out quite nicely. It’s a great museum with interactive science and art displays for all ages.
I want to start doing more of these. Here’s one I did from the Tree Top Walk in Tingdale.
You can submit them for inclusion on Google Map Views natively right from Android which is cool, or just share them with friends and family on Google Plus.
This one I did of the Cathedral was the first I tried and not that good, and I only just submitted it last night. But still, it has some value.
This one at Canal Rocks turned out a lot better. You just need to learn to turn yourself around the camera, rather than the camera around yourself. That, and find a way to not photograph your own feet.
I went to Singapore again this month to train some colleagues, and had some time to take this Photo Sphere (well, half a Photo Sphere) from my office.
Here’s a link to a Google Plus article on the iPad Mini, which makes the New iPad not really the new one any more.
Also a funny picture:
Red Bull Racing have unveiled their special livery for this weekends Formula 1 Grand Prix at Silverstone. It’s made up of a montage feature pictures of thousands of people who donated to their Wings For Life charity. So I’ll be doing laps with both Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel on Sunday!
A very helpful lady points out my picture