You wake up, unable to remember how you got here...

Jun 05, 2021 11:53 am

If you were dropped in a random place in the world, how long would it take you to figure out where you are? 

That basically what Geoguessr does. 

Using Google street view you can look around and then drop a pin on the map and get points for how accurate your prediction was. 

It's a fun little game and a great way to add some random exploration into your life. 

It's also the spark for our creative challenge this week. 

Random Map adventure

You could use geogessr but you need an account for the full street view, so I recommend using map crunch. Get a random location and use it as the inspiration for some writing, music or picture. 

You might notice an object or be inspired by the location. What emotions does it stir? What does it remind you of? How does it connect with other topics you are interested in?

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