Awesome sequences


Crossing the ferry at Walker Flat, South Australia:

Police pulling everyone over to check for drunk drivers and drug testing. This was only because people were going away for Easter long weekend.

I was also stopped (a little bit later in the sequence), alcohol tested, drug tested, licence checked and vehicle plate checked.

Police really have nothing better to do in South Australia. If you turn off into a side street they usually have other police waiting or will chase you, nobody gets though unless is very busy with traffic.

Will have more once they are processed.


Down tools, Happy Easter

The Torrens Road to River Torrens Project - Adelaide, South Australia.



Same location - other direction


Setting a link on the Forum

Edited by system, was there something I missed?


@Didz what do you mean?


Looks like it was copying the images to the forum.


Interesting. Haven’t seen this before.


A car driver who does not look left, drives too fast and gives no priority.
I was even fluo dressed and the sun was on me.
Luckily I have good brakes.
This sequence has a 0.5 second interval.
That is why I say that Mapillary should also do dashcam.


Whoa, that looked dangerous! Also, he just drove away… either he was really blind or really didn’t give a damn :frowning:


Not awesome; just an aging middle class neighborhood in North Knoxville, TN


Did a few circles in the parking lot last night during the golden hour to catch a bit of the mural during the golden hour while the downtown lot was empty


I love getting out and riding on the streets with the water oaks, covered in Spanish moss, making a canopy covering them. Even more so later in the day as the golden hour approaches.



Madagascar highland using local transportation:
(light is not very good but landscape are)

And lowland:


love those


A huge radiotelescope in Sierra Nevada, Granada, south of Spain. You can also enjoy some skiing sequences there.


Is there no snow South West of Toledo ? The biggest hole in Europe is there to fill.
It is silly that the Mapillary Map has no distance scale.


That giant dish is awesome!