We’ll use the close-up of the mural as an excuse to study something odd in the world of Google Street View. You night recall the embedded picture on the previous page; if not, you’re either doing something else or easily distracted. Really, I don’t know why I do this. No one cares a bit or would notice if I stopped updating and just went away and ate worms. After all I do, and you don’t remember the embedded picture. Sniff.
All right, all right, kidding. In the map there’s a double-arrow, and when you click on it you are whisked forward to a panorama shot, 360, that shows a newer incarnation of the restaurant.
In the second picture you can see the photographer.
Did they ask Google to come back? Does Google accept additions like this - and do they charge?