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Google's loneliest street views

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Going on holiday is damn expensive.

Just ask our rich friends who go on holiday. But thanks to Google Street View, and an extremely overactive imagination, we've all been able to see what life is briefly like around the world.

While plenty of our glimpses might have been a tad dry, Aaron Hobson has spent hours scouring the archives to find the most beautiful shots out there. While he might have manipulated them slightly, the photographs speak for themselves.

He chose isolated places to give us all a look into places that aren't often appreciated for their scenery.

Consider us all rather appreciative. Oh and desperate for a holiday.

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