Settlers Hills, Western Australia

Posted by Unusual User Name on 13 November 2011 in English (English)

If anyone's interested, the suburb of Settlers Hills in Western Australia needs a lot of tracing from Bing imagery.
I normally like tracing virgin areas myself, I made a start, but I just find this kind of urban environment too boring.

Location: Baldivis, Western Australia, 6171, Australia

Comment from Sam Wilson on 13 November 2011 at 23:27

I had a tiny crack at it, but you're right: it's not the most interesting part of the world to trace!

If you're ever interested in a Perth mapping party, by the way, drop me a line (if you are in Perth, I mean!).

Comment from z-dude on 14 November 2011 at 05:21

I found the zoomed in bing is out of alignment, while the zoomed out bing imagery is relatively accurate compared with gps tracks on the ground.
The thing that makes tracing things interesting are things like bike routes, pedestrian shortcuts.

Comment from z-dude on 14 November 2011 at 08:12

OK.. Did a bunch of tracing. I left the roads as 'unknown' so it makes it easier for someone else to methodically name and tag. (found this out with Bamako tracing)

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