Sheila Ryan

Sheila Ryan

Posted on 05/30/2013


Photo taken on May 30, 2013



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rural
Jo Daviess County
Back of Beyond
faux streetview
Motorola Droid4
generic
where am I?
Illinois
anywhere
address approximate
vague points of reference
dense green
Googlesque Streetview


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Where the Streets Have No Name

Where the Streets Have No Name
Generic street view from the Back of Beyond. Anywhere, USA. Or, It Could Be Here. (Address approximate.)

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Luminousowl is away
Luminousowl is away
The small one thinks that is a very big worm :( Which oddly reminds me of Ken Russell's "Lair of The White Worm", probably the only authentic depiction (along with Reeves and Mortimer's "Catterick") of rural and provincial life in England.
4 years ago.
Sheila Ryan has replied to Luminousowl is away
Woims grows big in the Driftles Region.

"Lair of the White Worm" I've seen, of course, but I don't know whether "Catterick" was ever shown in the States. Probably was . . . and it's surely out there now for the grabbing.
4 years ago.
Jan Normandale
Jan Normandale
thanx for the add to the "faux google"
4 years ago.