Google has just released their latest video – John Butterill’s Virtual Photo Walks. I am quite proud to have been involved in Virtual Photo Walks by conducting a few walks in Fremantle, Western Australia with Paul Pichugin. I was really pleased to see myself and my name mentioned briefly in the video (0.39 seconds into the video and a bit later with my name). Interacting with like minded people is what I love about Google+. So if you haven’t joined Google+ be sure to jump on board.
Below is a brief explanation taken from the Virtual Photo Walks About page on Google+
+Virtual Photo Walks is a project to allow people using Google+ to be interactive citizens again. Utilizing the hangout feature and smart phones, people are able to visit and interact with smart phone enabled photographers to see places and people they use to, see things that they might not have had the chance to see.
It is a not just a service for those who are hospitalized or cannot go out into the community, but also for the many who just need a break in their day. It is a way to lend a helping hand by providing a window to places and things most of us take for granted. A truly interactive experience.
Check out the video below and be sure to walk the walk for those who can’t.