Cool Free Targeted Traffic images
October 4, 2018 Free Targeted Traffic

A few nice free targeted traffic images I found:

Rowntree Mill Park, looking west
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At this point, I’m standing in the closed section of Rowntree, at about the place it once intersected Riverside Drive (another road that still exists on the heights but has been humbled in the valley). Rowntree is the course at the centre, and Riverside is the path heading into the distance at the right. I’m not absoluely certain of this, but Riverside may still be accessible to traffic. The maps I’ve seen suggest the park’s parking lots are on it, accessible from Islington Avenue’s west side, just north of Finch Avenue.

This shot was assembled automatically by AutoStitch, a program under development at the University of British Columbia. This panorama was assembled with no instruction from me. A manificent program that will be a prize worth paying for when development is completed, at the moment it is a free demo that can be used by anyone. View samples and download the program here.

Wooden bridge carried car traffic
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The road surface of this bridge is wood, and it’s not in the best condition. You can see though the gaps down to the river below. Relatively soon, the city will have to close the bridge and rebuild the surface if it’s going to remain a viable means for people to walk back and forth between the neighbourhoods.

This shot was assembled automatically by AutoStitch, a program under development at the University of British Columbia. This panorama was assembled with no instruction from me. A manificent program that will be a prize worth paying for when development is completed, at the moment it is a free demo that can be used by anyone. View samples and download the program here.

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