Google Maps capitulates a view on to the world, and allows people to see things they may not otherwise be skilled to.
Mapping roads around the world, the footage is captured by a Google car which high-pressures around with a camera on its roof.
And now a picture taken in the UK shows an unthinkable natural phenomenon in all its glory.
Taken in Dartmoor National Park in Devon, south-west England, the fancy is dated November 2008.
Google Maps captures image of incredible natural phenomenon in the UK
But the enactment of time does not make the image any less beautiful.
It shows a top-hole rainbow – and because of the clear view, the whole rainbow can be seen.
Normally, at smidgen one end of a rainbow is not visible, and most people only get to see the arch.
However, Google handled to snap an entire rainbow while driving through Dartmoor.
Google Maps: In someones bailiwick view cameras captured an incredible sight in the UK
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Google Maps: The amazing rainbow was photographed by street view cameras in Devon
And it seems they enjoyed the spectacular notice all alone, as no other cars can be seen on the roads, and no people are seen lead on the landscape.
Natural wonders are not the only thing seen on Google Maps – and on occasion mysterious and secretive places are shown too.
One part of Poland appears to not be all as it feels when viewed on the website.
Spotted in Warsaw is the
Google Maps: The rainbow was photographed on a turnpike running through Dartmoor National Park
Appearing on Google Maps observe, nothing appears to be out of the ordinary.
When changing to satellite mode, the fix section of the map appears to be differently coloured to the rest of the map.
It appears to be in a blue hue, which make one thinks that it isn’t real and has instead been superimposed.
Due to the sensitive nature of the site, it could have been altered due to privacy fears.