Locals and Tourists #2 (GTWA #1): New York

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Blue pictures are by locals. Red pictures are by tourists. Yellow pictures might be by either.

Base map © OpenStreetMap, CC-BY-SA

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  1. MargauxZ 46 months ago | reply

    I want to buy this map and frame it on my wall. Thank you so much for your work.

  2. Ishtiaq Rafiuddin 45 months ago | reply

    Eric, awesome maps!! Any chance on seeing some on mekkah and medina? I have been to both cities which seem to have an incredible number of visitors with some interesting mapping parameters. Congratulations again!!

  3. Eric Fischer 45 months ago | reply

    Thanks! But unfortunately there are have not been enough geotagged pictures posted in either of those cities to be able to make good maps of them.

  4. delaphotography 45 months ago | reply

    I love this! Its so cool to look at and beautiful too!

  5. CatsFive 44 months ago | reply

    I lived in NYC for five years. That about covers it. I always said that NYC has "people plumbing", and here it is, evidence, right here.

    Love the difference between the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan Bridge. The locals love the MB, and unless you're trying to leave Manhattan, they hate the BB.

  6. kmccaul 44 months ago | reply

    Brilliantious!

  7. leonem 44 months ago | reply

    This is phenomenal - and a potential "where to go guide" for cities one hasn't yet been to!

  8. -ytf- 43 months ago | reply

    Excellent idea and execution, but I'm intrigued by the red dots on Rikers Island.

  9. isaiahlt 42 months ago | reply

    Love the little clusters of red on the various parks running down Broadway: Times Square, Herald Square (subsumed by the Empire State building, naturally), Madison Square, Union Square...

  10. mbgmbg 38 months ago | reply

    Interesting how many shots are taken by tourists in Central Park. Incredible image, overall!

  11. striktano 33 months ago | reply

    @Mista J

    Queens and Brooklyn at least made it to the map. Staten Island doesn't exist to anyone.

  12. geoffbadner 32 months ago | reply

    I get the dots, but what are the lines coming from the dots? The direction the person was looking??

  13. Eric Fischer 32 months ago | reply

    No, the lines are connections between where the same person took different photos.

  14. john fullard 23 months ago | reply

    tremendous idea

  15. K_rho 22 months ago | reply

    Thanks a lot for this map, it helps me organize my trip to NYC by providing "interesting spots" that are not so well known by tourists.

  16. Franthropologist 21 months ago | reply

    Excellent visualization. How did you compile it?

  17. peterdebois 20 months ago | reply

    eric,

    i did send you a mail, but my question is if i can use some of your pictures as a illustration in my book.

    greetings

    peter de bois

  18. Eric Fischer 20 months ago | reply

    I don't think I got your message—could you send it again? Thanks!

  19. moondoggie71 16 months ago | reply

    The image is a work of art itself.

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