Last week, Google Maps upload their largest Street View update ever, updating massive amounts of new imagery in 13 different countries previously covred by Street View (Denmark, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Romania, South Africa, Taiwan, Japan, the United States, and the United Kingdom), as well as adding the Isle of man and Jersey to the roster.
The update include long awaited full coverage of Orkney and Shetland. One of the most isolated islands of Shetland is bucolic Fetlar, the fourth-largest island by area in the chain but with a population of just 70. With the new Street View update, we can finally explore the peaceful island countryside as well as vist such oddities as Brough Lodge (an 19th attempt at a modern-day castle and the mysterious wall known as Funzie Girt. Explore Fetlar in my latest post at Google Sightseeing right here.