New Google satellite imagery for Fresno! (Spring 2013)
Some parts of the country, including major cities like Boston, only get updated satellite imagery from Google every 3 or so years.
For Fresno, it’s never more than a year before we get the freshest pictures. The latest update, rolled out last week, shows Fresno and the surrounding area as of March 15, 2013.
The previous update, pushed out November of 2012, featured images from August 26, 2012. I did a photo summary of that as well.
That’s less than 7 months between updates! Older images are still accessible via the history slider in Google Earth.
These updates are a great way to follow development in the area, and see how fast some areas are still growing.