Post street views of your neighbourhood.
Location: West Coast, Central Belt, Scotland.
Nice trees senpai. I like trees, they make an area 3x better.
It took me a minute to realise that wasn't a commie block. What does the street look like?
That's really quite comfy looking. A real winter. We get rain, since we're exposed to the ocean.
Google maps hasnt been updated here for 4 years and back then it was just a construction site, entire area is newly built. This is the road just outside of our building.
Location; Stockholm city core (300k population), across the water are the suburbs where another 700k live.
Not very mediterranean imo
Lake was way down that year, water should have be visible in upper right corner...
Nice style of housing there, but too big for my liking. Trees though, one day they'll be big and beautiful (And tearing up the roads, but worry about that later.)
This makes me sad. Why is there a postbox in front of that pole?
I'm torn with this. The greenery and paving looks lovely, but the power lines and parking ruin it.
San Isidro, Buenos Aires.
All of this area, along with most of northern Buenos Aires, is made up of suburbs like pic related.
instead I'll just post a picture of my whole town
It's under utilised. Give the grass a trim and chuck a table and chairs out there for a start. Not to mention you should have a fire place/pit and a grill. Then plant some herbs/lettuce/tomatoes etc. and you've got yourself a good backyard.
It's pretty calm, yeah. Having to take a +1-hour long trip to the center of the city everyday sucks though.
Middle-class leaning more towards middle-high depending on the size/age of the house. (The ones in this pic are upper middle class)
I already have a veggie garden though (thanks based /diy/)
How fast are you planning on driving through this neighbourhood?
wtf it keeps not attaching my photos
Despite it looking like shit from the air, its really not bad. Im an antisocial autist so the suburb life is pretty good.
>Living in London
This is the entrance to my road, as you can see all the houses are the same, Slight suffering t.b.q.h.w.y
It's not a town, it's a suburb of Melbourne hence the graffiti etc.
>implying depressing British terraced homes and council estates aren't fucking GOAT.
I live in NE Polan.
Invest or there will be no place to run from shitskins to.
I've been advocating trees this whole thread, but I think they might be a bit OTT here. Along with the tall buildings being as close to the road, it looks like it makes a low-light canopy. The houses themselves don't look too bad, though i don't get the ground floor balcony.
You can see more than me, so can make a better opinion, but from what I saw the brownness is a turn-off for me.
This looks quite nice. The power lines are, again, an issue, but it still looks comfy. What's that little green hut in the background?
Could be quite nice, but you'll need to get the lawnmower out. Do you grow things?
>All those spires
Wew lad. The architecture seems like a bit of a clusterfuck, but there is something appealing about it. Also like the the surrounding forestry, the air must be 11/10 there.
Nice housing, but the sloped garden would annoy me. Also >>53261584 this.
Sorry senpai, not much drawing me in here, except from the interesting roofs. Old street?
I'm not to big a fun of those long "fingered" trees. quite a nice looking property there though, are the others like that?
Looks quite nice, although I have to ask, how is it that Suburbian Americans determine property limits when gardens just merge together like that?
Could do with some plants on the dirt there. Also, I wouldn't be capable of sitting on a bench with my back to the street. I'd feel nervous.
Nice looking pub, what's the style like inside?
Awful lot of open space there, and I've never been much of a fun of stones replacing grass. You got another shot nearer the housing?
Well, I mean...
>Living in London
There's your problem mate. Although, considering it's London, you must be doing pretty well.
Those red trees are quite nice, but that thing on the "island" just looks depressed.
>Character Limit. Jesus. (You)
nah, we have cows and horses
although I have started to grow vegetables for personal consumption, horse shit does wonders for plant growth
If you like trees you'll love Savannah, GA
It's New England m8o. Literally everything from town names to county names is essential copy-pasted from England.
I love New England, but you must admit you yanks excessively borrow names from European cities. Theres countless Londons, Parises, Romes, etc. No other country does this to this extent.
Comparatively it's a nice place to live, just wish there was hopefully they replace the trees we used to have; the road over still has them and it makes the area look demonstrably better.
>Nantucket is a real place
>I've been advocating trees this whole thread, but I think they might be a bit OTT here. Along with the tall buildings being as close to the road, it looks like it makes a low-light canopy. The houses themselves don't look too bad, though i don't get the ground floor balcony.
Those aren't houses. They're condos and apartments.
I know it's french autist, I'm just stating that this country was settled by 5 different empires (most notably brits of course) and it shows in our naming of cities, counties, and especially in the architecture and feel of our small towns.
Do you know about Pawtucket?
Rhode Island is such a meme state, yet I imagine it might be pretty comfy.
The issue is it's stupid to name fifty shitty towns after Rome or Athens, because obviously the real cities will always be more famous and well known. It's just unimaginative and kind of arrogant.
muh neighborhood https://firstname.lastname@example.org,2.37721,3a,47.1y,84.6h,84.36t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sPMwXuZxcdRuDRXJgrniEfQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656?hl=en
>in the top10 most dense areas worldwide, with some Mumbai slums etc
Nice, you couldn't fit trees in, but still managed to greenery all over the place. Kudos. Also, I like the pinky-red theme, it goes well with said greenery.
It's not too terrible, the houses look well kept, and of interesting design. Are they just as nice inside?
Are you full blown farmers, or do you just own animals?
Some insight to me here, I'm an arachnophobe. I would freak out in that street. Although i do approve of trams, they are 10/10 comfort. Any shots of one?
Those trees are a little spooky, but the canopy they make is lovely. Would live on the left hand side of the street though.
Don't much fancy the busy road running through the middle of the place, but the quieter street looks fairly comfy. That guy has a really nice garden, always helps a street.
I don't tend to like built up areas, but if I had to pick one, this would be on the list. Nice trees, not too many/obvious overhead cables, tram, nice interesting housing with wide roads. All good points.
Trees man. Trees. One major reason I'm reluctant to leave the village, towns and cities don't tend to love greenery.
Apologies, I call any residential as housing/houses, regardless of if they're flats, apartments, etc.
I haven't missed anyone, have I?
we only have places named after random british people and everything else is in abbo
Autumn is comfy round these parts
>Do you know about Pawtucket?
By name and only because of Family guy t.b.h
Do you guys pronounce names the same way we still do? (See Worcester, Warwick etc)
Yea, like I said the road over still has them and the grass verges, no idea why they shit up my street. Though we do have a pretty big park at the end of my road and quite a few around the area so it's not all bad.
I've never come across an area here that has been named after another famous European city
>Don't much fancy the busy road running through the middle of the place
That's the main road, it's usually always busy. The area I posted is also right next to a mall
Melbourne was named after William Lamb, 2nd Viscount of the British Melbourne
Perth was named after a Scottish town so it doesn't count :^)
Newcastle is a literally who shithole that only NSW plebs care about
dunno bout warwick because I never grew up in New England but on one of my podcasts I listen to of guys from Boston, I'm pretty sure they pronounce Worcester as "wors-ter" or something like that.
Jesus mate, that's a busy place. Not sure I could walk around there, never mind live there. The buildings aren't excessively tall though so that's okay. What's with the orange balloons?
This shot makes the city look quite nice, but I'd need to see the streets to get a better idea of true comfort.
You're right, this does look quite comfy. Do those houses get a garden area?
Well, to put a positive spin on it, you'll get a better view of it than the other side. What are the parks like? Large?
Yeah, a busy main road is a turn-off. The busiest main road I've seen IRL is a two lane in town, which is really one lane since people just park in the outside one.
I couldn't ride a horse, large animals have biffed me out before. Was crossing through a field to the other end of the village, and all of the cows cornered us and started stomping. Jumped the 7 foot fence behind us, since you can do those things when you're shitting yourself and in to someones garden while they were cutting their grass. That was an awkward situation... Aye, back to my point, animals that I don't think I could take 1v1 frighten me.
>You're right, this does look quite comfy. Do those houses get a garden area?
Yes out the back, although it's a lot smaller than the average Aussie backyard. That's the trade off for living in the comfiest suburb of the city.
you get used to them with enough exposure, none of my animals have ever tried to kick me which is a plus
after riding a horse for a few hours your ass gets pretty sore though, even with a good saddle
>What's that little green hut in the background?
It's a privately-owned security booth.
They're really common around suburban areas since people don't trust the police.
>are the others like that?
Only the upper middle class houses look like that, most of the houses look like pic related.
>tfw it took me nearly 15 minutes to find a street without trees blocking the view of the houses
>What's with the orange balloons?
You noticed that? idk. Our national phone company France Telecom changed its name after buying UK's Orange, I guess it was an Orange marketing campaign.
Busy yes, all the more that gg street view doesn't really give a fair picture. They seem to take their pictures early in the day.
In Downtown Johannesburg every corner has private security guards holding automatic weapons. They also have those booths around the wealthy suburbs (which are usually gated anyway).
probably one of the hottest cities on earth taking account humidity
Is this what you were looking for? Stones seem more natural in a desert setting, grass isnt really suited for this kind of climate since water is kinda scarce here. Its either grass, dirt, or gravel. I would like to see more native trees and cacti though.
Looks quite nice to sit in on a nice evening, but it's not what I'd look for in a permanent garden.
I've had exposure to the things for 21 years, but I've never gotten used to their size. Had to chase a few back in to their fields when they manage to escape in to the village, always in large numbers for some reason. I've just accepted that my world is on this side of the fence, and their's is the other. If I could get the balls, I'd probably quite like a go on a horse though.
How do you mean trust? Their efficiency, or is it a corruption thing?
I'm not so in to this street, but it's still not awful. The main issue is the high walls and fences so close to the road.
They did? I never heard of that. Oh well, I'm 3 anyway. So the street isn't always so busy, that's just a work rush?
I'm not too in to the darker colour of it, but the style is quite nice. It reminds me of a pre-scene shot from HIMYM or Friends.
I actually just moved to the suburbs recently, it seems there is just artificial borders we don't cross even though they aren't actually there. My neighbors don't do stuff in my yard and vice versa. Though there are some big back yards here and most are fenced so that's nice at least
>All those over head lines.
Did I mention my distaste for them? Nice and green though, And the buildings are bright and appealing.
I suppose you're right in regards to the water, just a shame is all, grass is always nice. Mind you, despite it the residents here have made their gardens look quite nice.
That is a rather orange house. The roofs are a nice colour, and that little park area works well. But that orange. It's so orange.
That's a nice looking little walkway. Anything else of the rest of the street?
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I live near there too!
>darwinians laughing maniacally
you have never been to North Mexico its 50 C in summer.
I live in a house whose driveway touches this road in this general area
My parents never taught me to read because my dad doesn't like me and hasn't since I was a very young age and my mom is too young and stupid to know better (she had me when she was just 18 and my dad was 45) so I was really far behind in kindergarten
Sadly most suburbs in this area are absolutely souless and designed for profit rather than liveability designed to entice newly middle class or immigrants. This one sort of breaks the grid pattern and retains a good mix of landscapes, natural and artificial. Not to mention a major shopping center and the freeway are like 2 miles away. I guess I hit the jackpot on this one, most burbs are pretty shitty.
>tfw 8 deg C
>tfw it's 1AM
>tfw hear the waves crashing on the beach not far away
Looks way more comfier than downtown Austin
I'd go out and take a pic of where I live specifically, but it's currently 4 AM and dark.
Guess I could post pics of the town I live 10min from. Would you prefer to see the flattering photos of the older sections or pics of what it actually looks like for the most part?
this area i live into could be very nice. But you can see a lot of ugly buildings from the 60's and the 70's at every corner. still wish they will tear down most of them.
From the other side of the building.
Where the fuck is NATO?
was -17 last night
I guess someone got cold and wanted to warm him/herself up so he/she set a car on fire
I think it's cold and it's +8 C here
I think its warm and its -12 C now lel. This winter is warm as fuck. The lowest it got here was -21 this winter. Usually the lowest goes down to -35 by the half of winter. Sometimes lower.
Global warming and shit, you know.
Spierdolevai, but yes. Though the wind doesnt look so bad. Is -17 even normal for Polska? I thought you are a warm cunt.
Car was in garage probably.
rate city autism, altough we're traditional as hell
i live in a commieblock now, so ill post the street i grew up on
Dunno, I cant remember any winter to be warmer. Need to ask parents I suppose, I am only 23.
>tfw cant afford garage in Moscow because the law will fuck your anus if you do so
And if you buy land for garage, hell, I think it is easier to buy a 2 roomed flat in Finland tвн.
Post songs with cityscapes!
And some girls.
Yea we dont now. Actually I dunno why. We did during Imperial times, then soviets came and killed the culture. Then 1991 and for some reason they made this holiday after fucking New Year. And we have holidays from 1-10 of January. Christmas is on the 7th.
Nobody can celebrate for 7 days in a row tвн.
Dunring Empire we had it like everyone else, in Decembre.
>Nobody can celebrate for 7 days in a row tвн.
Orthodox celebrate both new year and Christmas here I even asked a ukrainian girl I know about it yesterday.
And the celebrations are the 3 Kings(so the Christin wide one) and Warmian faire which you prolly don't have since it's a local thing.
it's just a bit of the decorations, besides I live in a 180k city and 300k aglomeration with it's own culture. Moscow is a 6 or more million city without culture of it's own but with pop culture borrowed from everywhere. I still prefer my place.
>6 or more million city
More like 12. Plus add those who come here to work, and those who are not citizens. About 16 I would say, kek.
And of all these about 5 millions are fucking churkas.
Moscow showld be cleansed tвн.
There is more and more of them every fucking year. If you go the metro in non-working hours now, for example from 11AM to 4PM half of the passengers would be fucking churkas.
I dunno where my childern would live tвн. Probably in Moskvabad, because you can not leave Moscow, and if you do, you will not be able to get a decent salary.
Main street of hood
All my summer vacations were spent here, fucking nostalgia man
too bad for you the time of litwin wilno is comming to a end, innit?
We called this place "the desert" because there were no trees so it would get really fuckin hot there.
Most of the trees on the left in the pic are no longer there, because the farmers living there decided that chopping down the trees at the edge of their fields would help out a bit.
Also this is from 2009, what the heck Google Streetview, update your shit.