As a digital nomad, I am constantly on the move and usually don’t stay longer than two or three months in one place. This limits my time to take pictures in each city. A few days ago I arrived in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) and noticed that there is a huge number of historical pictures around. KL was under colonial administration of the British and they constructed a lot of buildings, bridges and churches in the early 20th century that still exist today.
Now I wonder what the best strategy is to make the most of my time here. KL is a big city and I can only get around by taxi. I already started a private google map where I pin places of which I found historical pictures. With google street view I check whether the building still exists. This way I can plan my trips geographically and avoid unnecessary trips to the same area.
What other tricks do you use for efficiency?