Or in 3D:
Of course, there's no guarantee the pushpin maps to the actual physical
address. Plenty of times I've seen suburban addresses be around a half a
block out of place. Rural addresses sometimes even as much as a half mile.
Then there's the fun part of one view being significantly older than
another. Trees come and go, seasons change, etc, between the sweeps used to
take the pictures.
It's interesting to use aerial maps of street addresses to determine
validity of a business. While there are plenty of legitimate businesses run
out of the home it's sometimes a better sign to see it actually being in a
business setting. Like not ordering something mail order from an address
that doesn't look like it matches up.
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