Google maps cameras have given hope to believers of an alternate enchanting universe with their latest discovery. A recent journey saw the lenses venture into a hidden, leafy woodland, for a fairytale experience. Pictures showed the weird and wonderful magic of Alice and Wonderland live out in real life in a lush grassy area in Canada. Close to Vancouver, the Mad Hatter was in full attire with his thick grey jacket, iconic black hat and a patterned scarf.
His striking green hair could be seen peeking out of his headgear, with white make-up adding a haunting glow to his face.
The character seemed content to play mother and pour the first round of tea from a patterned teapot, before adding milk to his cup from a jug.
He was seen sharing his forest feast with a child dressed in a bunny rabbit onesie, who was playing on the picnic table bench.
Meanwhile, in the absence of an adult Alice, a Queen of Hearts proved his companion.
Perhaps unimpressed by the quality of his brew, she was seen with a stern stare as she faced him, wearing an eye-popping red dress.
She perched on the end of her table clutching her cup, leaving a plate of Eat Me cupcakes untouched.
Meanwhile a young Alice sat opposite her, with her pretty pale blue dress giving her identity away.
She accessorised with a blue face mask and was clearly enjoying the tea party trip outdoors.
As the bunch tucked into their sweet snack, autumnal leaves fell in swirls on the table.
A wooden signpost close to their location pointed towards their woodland antics, perhaps going late guests advice as to where they were.
It is unclear whether the antics were part of a staged, themed party or the personal preference of the family.
Meanwhile, new Google map pictures have also revealed a hilarious uniform policy during what looked to be a discussion in a health centre.
The company’s image trackers were in Hamburg, Germany, when they encountered some shock animal antics.
They honed in on a serious-looking team talk in a sterile white room.
Some staff were seen huddled around a table, while another couple were examining something on a wall.
Yet all were wearing quirky zoo-themed masks to add to the humour.
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