Google Image Search gives me an amazing view of my travels

I’m the biggest fanboy in the world of the Google Search site: operator, especially when it’s applies to Google Image search.

It’s the quickest way to search any site visually. Just add site: followed by the domain (with no space after the colon).

If you want to see what a site has added, say, in the past 24 hours, you can limit the image search to that range of time, and see in seconds what it would otherwise take you minutes to see.

I love applying this tip to our own Gastronomad site. My wife and I have been international gastronomads (traveling foodies) for most of the past 12 years. You really get a sense of it using the site:operator. How amazing is THIS:

site:gastronomad.net

You also get the best glimpse possible into our Gastronomad Experiences, which we’ve been doing for 15 months now. You can really see what it’s like.

Anyway, embrace the site: operator when searching for stuff. And take advantage of the world’s most powerful visual recognition computer system (i.e. your human brain).