I know this is incredibly dorky of me, but I've been eagerly waiting for googlemaps to take a new satellite photo of Mellish Fields West. All privacy aside, I've been curious about how all of the work we've done in the last year and half looks from the sky.
So you can imagine my excitement when today, while using a cool new tool called SunCalculator, which is a hacked edit to goolemaps that superimposes the path of the sun over the satellite images (very handy for somebody designing a solar PV set up), I came across our new snap shot. And what day did they get around to taking it? Our wedding day!
I don't know how to post the picture, but I think this LINK ought to take you there (click on the "satellite" view option)... It probably doesn't look like much, especially if you're not familiar with the lay of the land, but the house foundation, chicken coop, garden and greenhouse are all visible. The shop and bandstand are mostly shaded by trees. I can tell it's from the wedding day because of the cars parked in the back and the porta-potties by the greenhouse.
Thank you for humoring my geekitude. Hoorah!