Google Sheep View

Created by photographers Ding Reng and Mike Karabinos, Google Sheep View brings you an amazing collection of Google Street View images of sheep!

If you head on over to the about page you’ll learn that they started the project in the Year of the Sheep in order to recapture the view that they would see traveling on trains through the Netherlands. You can also learn more about each of the photographers behind the project with their brief biographies.

On the main page, all you have to do is scroll down for sheepy goodness. It will auto load new photos of sheep as you scroll down.

If you want a more structured way of viewing, click on Archive at the top of the page and you can browse the images by the month in which they were added to the site.

I can’t get enough of this site. I keep coming back for more! It is really amazing to me that Google Street View has managed to capture all of these images of sheep.

Go check it out for yourself today!


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