Click a Camera to Go to a Location's Before-and-Afters:
See Photos Taken from Building Tops
Hints and Caveats:
If the most recent photo of a location is more than a few months old, don't panic--the view hasn't changed any.
Compass directions are based on the axis of the road itself--directions on diagonal roads (New Jersey, Virginia, and Potomac) will follow the general direction of the street (i.e., New Jersey runs in a generally north-south direction, so "North" is facing toward north-ish, even if it isn't exactly due north).
If you're wanting to see photos of a large building under construction, try moving away one block for a wider view.
If you're wanting to see mid-block photos, you'll need to browse the intersections on either end of the block.
The clickable map and compass has been tested with IE 6+ and Firefox 2.0 -- it may very well behave strangely in older browsers. (If you're using anything older than these, it really is time to upgrade.)
This is not anywhere close to a complete archive of my Near Southeast photos; these are just ones that have at some point been posted on the web site. Some intersections and some corners are far better represented than others, depending on what's transpiring.
Some photos may be repeated.
Sometimes the layout won't be fabulously perfect.
If you want to use or purchase one of my photos, go here for more information.