One of the better parts of living in a small town.
So I was trying to link directly to a Google Images search today to share it with a coworker and had to look around for a while before finding how to do it. Here’s how.
All you have to do is use:
Where <query> is 3d+street+art or whatever you’re searching for. Oh, and remember to use pluses (+) instead of spaces.
Full example: http://www.google.com/images?q=3d+street+art
Hopefully you find it useful. I know I did!
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