When you arrive at this site, you might not know where you’ve landed because the main page is just a gallery of picture thumbnails.
Nate Larson and Marni Shindelman have created an interesting project called Geolocations. They track twitter feeds that publically disclose GPS location information (or metadata) and then go take photographs of the location.
Then in the galleries they create Larson and Shindelman connect the original tweets to the photographs they’ve taken. You’ll find these under the heading Geolocation/Sites.
Once you’re in the gallery, you’ll click the left and right arrows on the sides of the page to navigate through the images.
This is a really cool project that lends an interesting lens to view tweets with culturally.
Go check it out for yourself today!