Lifehacker: Find Local Hotspots With These Photography Maps

Lifehacker: Find Local Hotspots With These Photography Maps. “Data artist Eric Fischer built a map of the world, populated with data from geotagged Twitter photos. A blue dot means a local took a photo in that spot; a red dot means a tourist took a photo. (Fischer identified locals as anyone who took photos in one city for over a month, and tourists as anyone taking photos outside their usual city.) The maps show that tourists concentrate in certain areas, usually dense city centers, while locals spread out everywhere.”