0 Creative Uses for Google Maps, from A to Z

News of Rhett Dashwood's Google Maps project initially went viral some time ago, but it was only just yesterday thatI learned of his innovative endeavor. Dashwood, a creative director, spent six months (October 2008-April 2009) using Google Maps to discover land formations or buildings resembling the 26 letters of the alphabet. All images were found within Australia's southern province of Victoria. For those who haven't seen it before—pretty neat, huh?
[via Huffington Post]

Rhett Dashwood, Google Maps, alphabet
[Photo credit: RhettDashwood.com]

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