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July 23, 2016
I’m not sure what you’re referring to?
I did find this message from you in email from a while back (emails get buried so quickly – sorry)
Q: A couple of days ago cruising down the Norwegian coast I took a picture of an oil rig on in the ocean. The location for that picture came up at St. Petersburg Russia on my timeline and on the same day somehow I was in Stockholm Sweden on my timeline. Have you ever had something like this happen, and do you know how I can change the information?
A: no clue as to why, but Google Maps does freak out occasionally. showing our location at very inaccurate places. In Google photos, on computer/Web version, you should see a pencil next to the location and you can change it there.