Monthly Archives: December 2017

What Pegman Saw: Talnakh, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia

This week Pegman takes us to Talnakh, in Krasonoyarsk Krai, Russia. There is no streetview in this remote-looking Russian city, but it appears that a photographer by the name of Alexey Ralphs has been busy taking photo spheres and they … Continue reading

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What Pegman Saw: North Pole, Alaska

Ho Ho Ho! This week Pegman takes us to the town of North Pole, Alaska in the USA. Though it appears Santa’s workshop is near, you’re not obligated to write a Christmas-themed story or poem. The spirit of Pegman is … Continue reading

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What Pegman Saw: Buckhorn Iowa

For our one-year anniversary of What Pegman Saw, we take you back to where we started: a ghost town in Iowa. Buckhorn hasn’t been a town since the 20s, but there’s still plenty to explore. As always, feel free to … Continue reading

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Palace of Versailles, France

This week Pegman turns us loose in Versailles. You can find streetview and an abundance of photospheres at this location. Feel free to find something inside or outside and snag a view that inspires you. Your mission, if you choose … Continue reading

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Fukushima, Japan

Hope you brought your hazmat suit, because this week Pegman takes us to Fukushima, Japan, site of one of the world’s worst nuclear disasters, which occurred in 2011. Believe it or not, you’ll find both streetview and photospheres in this … Continue reading

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