Photo Cluster Feature in Google Earth

Google Earth gets a new photo browsing experience with the new photo "cluster feature," you can browse through several photos more easily and quickly. To start, make sure the "Photos" layer is checked in the left layers panel and zoom down to your area of interest."As an example below, check out the Golden Gate Bridge […]

Google Earth gets a new photo browsing experience with the new photo "cluster feature," you can browse through several photos more easily and quickly. To start, make sure the "Photos" layer is checked in the left layers panel and zoom down to your area of interest.

"As an example below, check out the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, CA. You'll see photo icons on top of the satellite images. The larger photo icons indicate larger collections or clusters of photos. Click on any photo icon to open the Photos window.

To browse through the images in a collection, click on a photo in the filmstrip and use the "left" and "right" arrow keys on your keyboard to flip through them quickly.

If you'd like to contribute to building a virtual atlas of the real world and have amazing photos you'd like to share, you can do so by uploading them to Panoramio.com.

[Source: Lat Long blog]