I discovered that a Google Street View mapping car was visiting my neighborhood, and laid in ambush with my camera.
At long last, I find, the data gathered that day have been added to Google Maps. Go to 2625 Wydown Lane in Aurora, Illinois, USA and zoom into Street View, or drag the little orange cartoon person onto the map just south of the intersection of Wydown with White Barn and start looking around. (I'll try embedding a map here, but I'm not sure this works correctly.)
Click here to see map
Eventually you will see a man standing next to a red Pontiac Vibe. He is aiming a camera.
Elsewhere in the neighborhood, there seem to be a lot of little red cars.
I am too busy taking my own pictures to notice that my roof-rack has been disrupted by an image-mosaic boundary.
One can see traces of my car at the following addresses:
2400 White Barn
2403 White Barn
2405 White Barn
2417 White Barn
All images of me, and of red cars, are copyright 2012 by Google.
There's a tree with reddish leaves that appears in both of these pictures.
It's been pointed out that, since I have a camera in front of my face, Google's "recognize a face and blur it" software may have left me alone. Not that I mind, being vain and all.
I am pleased to say that, after many years living in Aurora, I have now achieved landmark status. At least until the next time Google updates their imagery.