Post
This blue-eyed beauty is Kaya, a Los Angeles-based #Doogler who has an impressive dog toy collection and loves prancing around Venice Beach.
This #MySuperG designed by @m.amin139383 really rocks.
Waiting for our turn on this #pixelperfect swing with a view from @randomitguylv.
This #Pride2017, Corpus Christi showed up for their first-ever parade. LA showed up to resist. And Birmingham showed up to light up the night. How will you #ShowUp? pride.google
Post
Hailing from our Washington, D.C. office, it’s Finn (aka Finnikins)! Just a pup, this #Doogler is new to the office, but is already making his mark by sleeping under his dad’s desk and impressing onlookers with his leaf-chasing abilities.
Details for days in this intricate #MySuperG drawing by @laraibafroz.
This week we’re featuring #teampixel photographer, @_richardhall. As a journalist, Richard uses his Pixel to capture stories from his travels through the Middle East, from the Syrian civil war to the refugee crisis. On taking photos with Pixel for work he says, “I used to lug around a big camera with me on stories, but it got in the way [...] Setting up a camera to take a shot can interrupt all that; it puts up a barrier between me and the subject. My aim is always to take the best shot with as little fuss as possible—to keep that conversation going.”
Post
The internet can be a megaphone for oversharers. Head over to Interland, a new game that teaches kids to share with care and #BeInternetAwesome. g.co/Interland
Video
Summertime, and the livin’ is easy—especially for Kacee, a Mountain View-based #Doogler. Aside from her dazzling smile, this corgi is also a herding pro among Bay Area sheep.
New to #StreetView: Australia’s iconic Uluru. See the iconic landmark and experience its stories through the voices of the Anangu people, who have lived there for more than 30,000 years.
#teampixel profiles: this week we’re featuring #pixelperfect photographer @daveast, whose photos capture striking perspectives from city centers to remote mountains. On taking great shots he says, “It’s all about the moment and light. Waiting for the right time and having patience to do so, then lining everything up to how you like it.”
Post
Load more
Search